Angling in Arunachal Pradesh | Rivers of the East Himalaya
Arunachal Pradesh / Dibang Valley / Everything else / Lohit Valley / Lower Subansiri District / Siang Valley / Upper Siang District / Upper Subansiri District

Angling in Arunachal Pradesh | Rivers of the East Himalaya

Throughout the planet, catching a Golden Mahseer is rated as an important accomplishment by anglers. Mahseer is very tough to catch – as it puts on a fight once it is hooked. Mahseer tests the skill of the anglers.  Angling in Arunachal Pradesh allows you to go into an untraveled territory in a very special … Continue reading

Celebrating Reh Festival with the Charming Mishmis of Arunachal Pradesh
Culture / Lohit Valley / Mishmi Tribe / Tezu / Travel Tales

Celebrating Reh Festival with the Charming Mishmis of Arunachal Pradesh

It’s been a while I sat down and wrote something. Work has kept me busy. In the first week of February, I had visited Tezu in Arunachal Pradesh; a state in Northeastern India. It was an incredible experience and makes me want to share it. It was a short two day trip where I’d gone to be … Continue reading

Photo Of The Day: A Meyor House at Dong Village
Landscape / Lohit Valley / Meyor Tribe / Photo Of The Day / Structure / Sustainable Living

Photo Of The Day: A Meyor House at Dong Village

Dong is a splendid village in Lohit District, Arunachal Pradesh, located a few miles away from the Chinese border, famous for being the easternmost human settlement of India, and to receive the country’s first sunrise. There are many things to do in and around the village. Learn about the village culture of the hospitable and very traditional … Continue reading

Folklore From North-East India ~ A Mishmi Tribe Tale On How We Learned To Weave
Dibang Valley / Folklore / Lohit Valley

Folklore From North-East India ~ A Mishmi Tribe Tale On How We Learned To Weave

The Mishmis are a tribe who inhabit the northeastern regions of South Tibet. In India, they reside in the Lohit and Dibang districts of Arunachal Pradesh. They have a long history and were one of the first tribes to migrate into the lands of Pemako; where they fiercely ruled and were often a trouble for the … Continue reading

Northeast Travel Diary (day 4) – From Walong To The Plains Of Assam
Arunachal Pradesh / Literature Stuff / Lohit Valley / Tales / Travel Tales

Northeast Travel Diary (day 4) – From Walong To The Plains Of Assam

The breakfast was good, after which, Vaivhav asks the care taker of the circuit house, “Sir, I am a tour operator. I will be bringing tourists here in the future. Can you please give me your telephone number so that I can reserve this accommodation whenever needed?.” The in-charge replies, “Saab, there is no mobile … Continue reading

Northeast Travel Diary (day 3) – Hayuliang to Kibithu – The Eastern Most Point Of India
Arunachal Pradesh / Literature Stuff / Lohit Valley / Travel Tales

Northeast Travel Diary (day 3) – Hayuliang to Kibithu – The Eastern Most Point Of India

I get up at 5.30 in the morning. Looking through the window, the sun has already risen. After the routines, I start composing my mail. A villager comes to me and starts talking with me. Even though I was disturbed, I listen to him patiently. He shared several things with me, mainly: 1.  Orange cultivation … Continue reading

Northeast Travel Diary (day 2) – Dibrugarh to Wakro and Parashuram-Kund, through tea estates and orange orchards
Arunachal Pradesh / Literature Stuff / Lohit Valley / Tales / Travel Tales

Northeast Travel Diary (day 2) – Dibrugarh to Wakro and Parashuram-Kund, through tea estates and orange orchards

We reached Dibrugarh by 7 am. The road journey was smooth but I was not prepared for the AC bus. So I could not sleep well because of chilliness. We were welcomed by Vaivhav’s family. We finished our morning routines and by 9 am, we were ready to proceed. As Neil and Vaibhav both had … Continue reading