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Rih Dil! An international trip without a passport

One of the first things that come to our mind when we think of a foreign trip is the expenses and formalities. Especially the formalities to apply for a foreign visa. 415 more words




This is a song written by Mr.Rajat Subhra Dutta and the Music was composed by Benjamin Marak, Munwin Khimmun, Freddy Teilang Nongkhlaw. It was performed on the ‘Farewell Day’ of 9th Batch of B.Pharm and 1st Batch of M.Pharm of the Department of Pharmacy, RIPANS College.


मिजोरम में विश्वास और ईमानदारी के भरोसे चलता है एक ऐसा बाज़ार, जहां न है CCTV और न कोई दुकानदार

टेक्नोलॉजी के इस ज़माने में हर व्यक्ति अपने सामान को सुरक्षित रखना चाहता है. लोगों का बस चले तो वो चोरी के डर से अपने जूते और चप्पल भी ताला लगा कर रखें.

These scenes of Tlawng river from a film blows me away

The images are are “Lungloh Tui”, a film by Central KTP and Chhinga Veng Branch KTP. The video is on YouTube and best viewed in big screen. 17 more words


A visit to Champhai, Mizoram

Champhai is a lovely place. Those who plan to visit can stay in the Tourist Lodge run by the state government. A one-hour drive from Champhai will take you to the Indo-Myanmar Border. 240 more words


Mission Veng Presbyterian Church, Aizawl

The faithful simply call it the ‘Mother Church’. Established by Welsh Calvinistic Methodist missionary Rev David Evan Jones—known fondly by the people of Mizoram as Pu Zosaphluia—the Presbyterian Church in Mission Veng, Aizawl, is a fulcrum of faith in the state. 171 more words


A re-write of my photowalk in Aizawl from 2007

Armed with my Aunt’s little Lumix camera, I walked the streets of Aizawl for a photograph things I found interesting. It was uncomfortable to aim at random things with a camera because this was before everyone has a smartphone and before every monkey carries a DSRL. 27 more words