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Hundred Drums Wangala Festival of the Garos in Tura, Meghalaya

Hundred Drums Wangala Festival of the Garos in Tura, Meghalaya

The Wangala Festival is one of the most colourful festivals in Meghalaya. Also known as the 100 Drums Wangala Festival, this is a harvest festival celebrated by the Garo tribe of the Meghalaya usually during the month of November. The festival is a great affair for...

11 awesome places to visit in Tawang

11 awesome places to visit in Tawang

Located in the picturesque land of Arunachal Pradesh, Tawang is definitely one of the most sought after destinations in Northeast India. Located at an altitude of 10000 feet, the beauty of Tawang is totally captivating to its visitors. The winding roads with numerous...

Northeast India Travel Blog

Northeast India Travel Blog

Consisting of the Seven Sister states and Sikkim, the northeast India is one of the most fascinating and exciting places to travel in India. The Seven Sister states include Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura. All the eight states are...

Exclusive insight into lives of the headhunters Konyak Naga

Exclusive insight into lives of the headhunters Konyak Naga

The Konyak Naga tribe, also known as the headhunters is one of the largest tribes of Nagaland. The Nagas are one of the ethnic species of north-eastern India. Not much is known about the evolution of the Nagas, though they are believed to be of Tibeto-Burmese origin....

All that you need to know about Sangai Festival, Manipur

All that you need to know about Sangai Festival, Manipur

Festivals bring people closer. Festivals are a part of the culture and showcase the heritage and tradition of the community. Sangai Festival is celebrated in Manipur and it showcases the culture of the state as well as serves to promote tourism in the state. Sangai...

Tawang Festival

Tawang Festival

It is said that India is a land of festivals. The diverse people and culture of the country celebrates their festivals in their own way. And these festivals do not only confine among religious and cultural aspects, nowadays festivals are more of a social togetherness....

Ziro Music Festival – All that you wanted to know

Ziro Music Festival – All that you wanted to know

Imagine yourself in sitting on stretches of green fields and listening to some mind-blowing music. Well, this is Ziro Music Festival for you! The Ziro Music Festival or Ziro Festival of Music (as it is officially called) is one of the greatest outdoor music festivals...

Pakyong – a serene alternative to Gangtok

Pakyong – a serene alternative to Gangtok

Pakyong is a small town located at the foothills of the Himalayas in East Sikkim. The place is located in between Rangpo and Gangtok. It is about 28 km from the capital city of Gangtok. If you wish to avoid the tourist crowd in Gangtok, then Pakyong is a perfect...

Mangan – the cardamom capital of Sikkim

Mangan – the cardamom capital of Sikkim

Mangan is the administrative headquarters of North Sikkim and also the gateway to the more illustrious destinations Lachen and Lachung. Just as North Sikkim is enchanting in every way, Mangan too is an attractive place with lots of greenery, natural waterfalls,...

Lachung – the Land of Small Pass

Lachung – the Land of Small Pass

If you are visiting North Sikkim, it would be a sin not to visit Lachung. The quaint hamlet is located at an altitude of 8610 ft is surrounded by snow-covered mountain ranges, running mountain streams and stunning waterfalls. Lachung means ‘small pass’ (Lachen means...

Lachen – the land of Big Pass

Lachen – the land of Big Pass

Lachen, a small Himalayan hamlet at an altitude of 9000 feet is the home to a Sikkimese Buddhist community known as the Lachenpas. The village actually serves as the stopover for tourists visiting the Gurudongmar Lake that is located further up at an altitude of...

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