Northeast India’s guide to Thailand: At home in a foreign land!

Northeast India’s guide to Thailand: At home in a foreign land!

Text and Photo by Jim Wungramyao Kasom On my travels, my nationality has been a recurring subject of discussion even in my own country but never more so than in Thailand. As soon as we landed at Bangkok airport, a lady at the money exchange counter spoke to me in Thai even though I was […]

Exploring Meghalaya through its waterfalls!

Exploring Meghalaya through its waterfalls!

By NATASHA SAWIAN | March 30, 2018 Yet the rivers and the creeks, slapping music on stone drums, are full and clear as ever. The waterfalls are as glorious and Likai, ** wild with suicidal fury, still plunges into its cerulean pool, forever fleeing from a destiny of beast-men and a wounded conscience. ( A […]

TRAVEL | Boat your way to the world’s largest river island in Northeast India

TRAVEL | Boat your way to the world’s largest river island in Northeast India

Guwahati, February 5, 2018: Assam’s Majuli faces flood fury — and the threat of erosion — whenever the mighty Brahmaputra river swells. So take a break from your high-tech lifestyle and boat to the world’s largest river island. Cruises on luxury vessels can take you to your destination, but to experience life as the locals […]

Pfutsero: The coldest inhabited place in Nagaland

Pfutsero: The coldest inhabited place in Nagaland

KOHIMA, January 27, 2018: When couples want to experience their honeymoon. Pfutsero could be the answer for it. Here are five facts about the coldest inhabited place in Nagaland:  #1. Pfutsero is a block headquarters in Phek district, Nagaland, India. It is the highest altitude town and the coldest inhabited place in Nagaland where temperature drops […]

TRAVEL | Assam: Dighalipukhuri becoming magnet for tourists in Guwahati

TRAVEL | Assam: Dighalipukhuri becoming magnet for tourists in Guwahati

GUWAHATI, December 29, 2017: Centuries-old Dighalipukhuri lake in Guwahati is emerging as a popular tourist destination offering recreational activities, including boat rowing championships and boat rides. The term ‘Dighalipukhuri’ is derived from two Assamese words ‘Dighol’ meaning long and ‘Pukhuri’ meaning lake. As the name indicates, it is a long manmade lake. Adjacent to the […]

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