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Assam weed & wash, Meghalaya, Cherrapunji family, Khasi & Garo hills

The guys that I met in Jorhat gave me a phone number of a guy to call when I reached Guwahati, which is a big city in central Assam. 2,077 more words


North of Northeast – Part II

(Continued from Part I)

After a rather tiring day of air travel, I manage to get a good night’s sleep and find myself refreshingly fresh and fully woken up around 5 AM itself in the morning.I slide the curtains provided on the solitary window in my hotel rooms lightly and have a look outside. 2,934 more words

Travels & Countries

Trip to Cherrapunji, Meghalaya

It was the November of 2010. I decided to celebrate my birthday in a different way. 22nd November is my birthday. I planned a trip to Cherrapunji, Meghalaya. 1,882 more words


All Things Bright And Beautiful: The Sunshine Holiday

On a day like this, as the East Coast digs in and prepares for a blizzard, as my daughter’s daycare shuts down early and as Brooklyn College, my employer, preemptively calls for a closing tomorrow, I figured I might as well write about the time I used to get days off when the sun shone. 503 more words


A Unique Trek to the Long Living Roots Bridge, Cherrapunji

I had read many travelers rave about the fascinating “living roots” bridges in Meghalaya, grown naturally by the Khasi tribe from the roots of the  700 more words


It Is Live Root Bridge at Sohra !: Cee's Which Way: 2104 # 20

This week I am going to take you to an amazing trip and I would name it ‘Alive is awesome !’

Yes, I am talking about the centuries old live root bridges which is a tribal art of manipulating the roots of a tree into a live bridge, basically for the commuting purpose to cross rivers and streams. 441 more words

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Cherrapunjee - the land of the rain gods

The earth appears to rattle when it rains and soon after, the clouds descend down to appease you and all of a sudden disappear to reveal the bright sun. 1,089 more words