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Uncategorized / 01.06.2017

Saffron, green, blue and white are the colours of India on the palette of God. With those colours he paints the fierce red hues of the sunsets and the sunrises in the Thar, the bright gold of the mustard meadows of Punjab, the soft snow of the Himalayas, the velvety cotton fields of the Deccan, the azure waters of the Ganga and Kaveri, the lush forests of the Sundarbans and the soul of a country so diverse in beauty and yet so united in wonder. Even the thirsty desert...

Travel / 22.04.2017

Everyone knows that Leh is a landlocked, peerless and peculiar capital of Ladakh region. Like the land itself, the people of Ladakh are quite different from the rest of India. The faces and the physiques of Ladakhis, and the clothes they wear are quite resembling those of Tibet and Central Asia. They are hard and tough akin to the rugged mountains which surround their dwellings yet very soft and plain at heart. On the tailing of our journey, we explored some fascinating rural places in Leh region despite...

Travel / 18.04.2017

Wahlyngkhat is a beautiful place in the East Khasi Hills district, nestled to the Sohra mountains, Meghalaya. After a long drive to Dawki, our driver halted at this beautiful place and asked if we are interested in fresh seafood since the village’s fish market is quite popular and people from Bangladesh throng the village for selling them. I decided to walk down along with him even though I could not keep up with his pace due to a muscle cramp. The path to the village is a cemented...

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