Photo Of The Day – Kaziranga in the Monsoon Season
Kaziranga National Park / Landscape / Wildlife

Photo Of The Day – Kaziranga in the Monsoon Season

The annual monsoons play an important role in keeping the grasslands of Kaziranga National Park fertile, making way for great biodiversity to flourish. As seen here, the grasslands all green a few weeks back. Related Posts: Photo Of The Day – Monsoon Coming! Monsoon In Cherrapunji – A Trip To The Rainiest Wettest Place Of … Continue reading

Photo Of The Day – Inside An Apatani House
Apatani Tribe / Arunachal Pradesh / Culture / Lower Subansiri District / People / Photo Of The Day / Ziro

Photo Of The Day – Inside An Apatani House

One of our guides has just returned from a trip to the Ziro Valley in Arunachal Pradesh and has thought of contributing this photograph. Taken inside the house of an Apatani Tribe; who are the main residents of Ziro, the picture shows two Apatani elders warming themselves in an open oven in a gloomy cloudy … Continue reading

The Men Who Hunted Heads – An Old Documentary
Culture / Kohima / Konyak Tribe / Mon / Naga Tribes / Nagaland / Video Production

The Men Who Hunted Heads – An Old Documentary

We came across the above documentary in YouTube. Though it dates back to 1970, the documentary is still very interesting and provides an insight into the incredible lifestyle of the Naga headhunters. Back in the days, these tribes were very much savage and practiced headhunting as a part of their animistic culture. The video was filmed by … Continue reading

The Aoling Festival of the Konyak Tribe – An Invitation
Konyak Tribe / Mon / Nagaland

The Aoling Festival of the Konyak Tribe – An Invitation

We are quite excited about our latest tour, which deals with visiting the Aoling Festival in Nagaland, celebrated by the Konyak Tribe. Once the deadliest of Asian headhunters, today, the tribe lives peacefully in the verdant  hills around Mon, and practice a rather lazy lifestyle which involves agriculture, hunting, drinking and smoking opium; a tradition … Continue reading

Photo Of The Day ~ Pretty Mishmi Women
Arunachal Pradesh / Dibang Valley / Mishmi Tribe / People / Photo Of The Day

Photo Of The Day ~ Pretty Mishmi Women

sRecently, I had visited the Reh Festival in Arunachal Pradesh. Celebrated by the Mishmi Tribe, a sunny beautiful weather welcomed me on my arrival at Tezu for the 2 days event. Ever charming and ever friendly, the Mishmis roamed proud wearing their colorful traditional dresses and they performed elaborate dances which told stories of their … Continue reading

Photo Of The Day~ Between Blue And Green in the Siang Valley
Landscape / Lower Subansiri District / Siang Valley

Photo Of The Day~ Between Blue And Green in the Siang Valley

We had left from Along to Pasighat in Arunachal Pradesh, traveling in the Siang Valley. A week of rain had given way to a spectacular sunshine. There were  massive cloud formations and a blue blissful sky. The green was still wet from the water, rejuvenated. The mountains felt young and alive. It was the change of … Continue reading

Climate Change And The Future Of Assam: Floods, Erosion And Danger
Assam / Brahmaputra / Conservation / Everything else / Sustainable Living

Climate Change And The Future Of Assam: Floods, Erosion And Danger

Assam, located delicately where South Asia meets Southeast Asia, is a land blessed with an extremely rich biodiversity and cultures, and can arguably be considered as India’s most fertile state. But, as the years pass, more and more CO2 is getting released to the air, making the planet warmer. For those with a keen eye, … Continue reading

Photo Of The Day – House Of A Himalayan Hunter
Dibang Valley / Mishmi Tribe / Structure / Sustainable Living

Photo Of The Day – House Of A Himalayan Hunter

The charming Mismhi Tribe of Arunachal Pradesh have since ever been excellent hunters. They rule the mountains of the very eastern Himalayas, living in remote terrains which are blessed with nectar-full splendor. Today, hunting is more a yearly event, to keep their culture alive and to promote sustainable approach in their region. Related Posts: Folklore … Continue reading

3 Winter Travel Ideas For February In North-East India
Assam / Everything else / Kaziranga National Park / Literature Stuff / Sikkim

3 Winter Travel Ideas For February In North-East India

North East India, located in the eastern part of the Himalayan hills, in the NE side of India, is a region that is inhabited by over 40 million people which are mainly divided into various tribes. Every tribe has its unique culture and traditions, and the differences are clearly seen if you check out the … Continue reading