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When NorthEast Beckons!

With a thick mist of fog swirling all around you along a mountainous road at an elevation of almost 1484m, in the month of June… 1,276 more words

Bucket List

The out of the world trek to Nongriat

I was quite convinced that James Cameroon must have visited this place to get inspiration for his movie AVATAR. For a moment it made me feel like Jake Sully walking in the incredible forest of Pandora. 818 more words


Living root bridges of Cherrapunji

The living root bridges are handmade from the aerial roots of living banyan fig trees by the Khasi people and War Jaintia peoples of the mountainous terrain along the southern part of the Shillong Plateau in India. 19 more words


Cherrapunji : A place serenely beautiful

This time it was a family trip along with 2 of my friends,who came to visit northeast all the way from Delhi. The journey was to one of the most beautiful and serene locations of the northeast ~~~Cherrapunji. 582 more words


Living root bridge - A trek to remember!

The night before the trek, I packed my bag with enough apples, sandwiches and water bottles trying to make a survival kit, just in case we don’t make it back. 482 more words

India Travel

An Abode of Clouds - Shillong and Cherrapunji!

Continuing my series on the North East Trip..
If you haven’t already read Part 1 –  A Little Gem called Kaziranga!

Well it was just about convenience to combine the 2 states of Assam and Meghalaya due to their proximity and transportation system. 1,703 more words

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Meghalaya - Halfway to Heaven [07-15 Apr 2016]

Meghalaya means ‘the abode of clouds’ in Sanskrit and you’re sure to find yourself that this wonderland is rightly named so.

The undulating mountains, spectacular crystal-clear lakes, meandering rivers, dense verdant forests, gorgeous waterfalls, quaint caves, exotic flora and fauna – all of these makes Meghalaya look like straight out of a fairy tale. 959 more words