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A Trek to Satopanth & Swargrohini

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The Garhwal region of Uttarakhand is very rich in History but if you are a nature & trekking lover, there is a treasure to discover in the deep valleys of Himalayas. We trek one of the beautiful treks of Uttarakhand named as “ Satopanth & Swargarohini “. Before starting the description of this trek I would like to introduce these places. Actually Satopanth is a taal means pond , and it is believed that the Trimurti of Lord Shiva , Lord Brahma and lord Vishnu come here to dip and take bath on the auspicious day of Ekadashi i.e the 11th day of the Hindu Calendar . So it becomes very auspicious along-with adventure to reach there on this particular Read more

Bhutan: A trip to heritage Kingdom

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The Kingdom of Bhutan located in the eastern Himalayas and China is on the southeastern border and India on the west. Bhutan’s Land oscillates considerably in altitude from just 100 meters in the lowlands to over 7000 meters in the Himalayan plateau to the north. The population is very sparse and mostly concentrated in Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan. Bhutan is a kingdom state led by both crowned heads and priests. The official language is Dzongkha, as well as numerous other dialects, although English is extensively spoken, being integrated into the educational system. The land is prosperous in striking dissimilarity depending on the different regions offering three distinct climates. The inner Himalayas temperate, rich in forestland and populated by boar, Read more

Can heaven be somewhere else?

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It was the summer of 2012, in the burning city of Kanpur, when my father decided to plan a trip to somewhere cooler. The voting began, and in the end, all of us had our fingers fixed on a place, a place with the most beautiful beaches on Earth, Andaman and Nicobar islands. I was extremely excited for the trip. It was a week’s trip to almost all the islands of Port Blair. So finally it began, the journey to the Heaven on Earth.   Cellular Jail-We started off with the Cellular Jail, popularly known as Kala Paani. A place, that bears a history of a lot of pain; screams and shrieks. You feel as if you can still hear Read more

The Hornbill Festival: Nagaland

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You must visit this awesome festival, at least once, which is held in the month of December every year at Nagaland. In this state, you will see different tribes with their own district ethos and lifestyle. Almost over 18 tribes which are recognized by the government take part in this. It is said that some tribes still live in the core forest and aren’t introduced to the civilization. Naga civilization is a well interweaved and cohesive entity, which lives by ancient tenets, that play the important protagonist in the contemporary life. The monsoon time here is from June to September. Kohima is the capital of this state. Though one can visit Nagaland 365 days a year, but the considered ideal Read more

It was a group of thirteen people when we started from Guwahati. We all went there by train to Dimapur. After reached Dimapur, we’ve booked zonal taxi to Kohima( the capital of Nagaland). After four to five hours travel, we reached the hotel near Taxi stand. Dimapur to Kohima is approx. 75 km, but road conditions are so in bad shape due to landslides and heavy rain. In the afternoon we went for grocery shopping and other requirements for Dzuko trek. Next morning we started around 7 AM from hotel to Viswama (Dzuko trek dropping point), only Tata Sumo, Mahindra bolero (local taxi) allowed and it is around 22 km. Before we start our trek we all had breakfast (Bread, Read more