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List of Top 13 National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries in North east India

Top wildlife trip in Northeast India organized by one Swan Tours one of the very best trip business in Northeast India. Northeast India delights in the scenic natural charm and pleasant weather condition which benefits wildlife to make it through here. 6,822 more words


Assam’s Kaziranga, Rang Ghar removed from Centre’s Adopt-a-Heritage scheme

The Centre announced that the four sites in Assam will be excluded from the ‘Adopta-a-Heritage’ scheme. Photo Courtesy: Bidyut Das | Wikimedia Commons.

After widespread protests in the state by various bodies such as the Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuva Chatra Parishad (AJYCP), Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti (KMSS), All Assam Students’ Union (AASU) and All Tai Ahom Students Union last week, Assam Tourism Minsiter Chandan Brahma said that the Centre has agreed to remove four names from the Adopt-a-Heritage scheme. 232 more words

Explore the incredible beauty of North-East India – A paradise on earth

North-Eastern part of India offers vivid factors for individuals to fall for. If you are a nature lover and wish to see the nature’s genuine beauty, then you need to check out extraordinary North-East part of India. 675 more words


Muted Voices and Gendered Memories: Some notes of violent uprooting from partitioned Assam

By Binayak Dutta

Some introductory thoughts

Attempts at writing of violence in India are fraught with grave risks. On the one hand, there are fears of rekindling old wounds, while on the other, such scholarship is often suspect of subverting the unifying strains of the Indian nation state. 2,492 more words

Issue 1/ Beyond Mumbai, 2012

“Her Thighs Still Smell of Milk”: Partition and Poetry in Northeast India

By Rajashree Bargohain and Rohini Mokashi-Punekar


Recent scholarly works have established the fact that women are disproportionately affected by almost every aspect of war and it has “significant, distinctive and heart-wrenching” effects on women (Sjoberg and Via eds. 3,318 more words

Issue 1/ Beyond Mumbai, 2012

Manas Spring Festival: Manas National Park, Assam

Want to know how the Bodo tribes of upper Assam at he Himalayan foothill welcome Spring? Read here: https://www.orangewayfarer.com/manas-national-park-assam-endangered-rhino-bodo-tribe-culture/

How the rhino poachers turned into protectors. 9 more words


Goirick Brahmachari’s poems: From the outside, looking out

By Ashley Tellis

Goirick Brahmachari’s first collection of poems For the love of pork sets up the ‘Northeast’ as an anthropological curiosity. While one might expect this from an outsider, Brahmachari is not. 529 more words