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Mayong Black Magic and Witchcraft Museum, Guwahati

Black magic…mysterious..outlandish…tabooed…and in a museum? Thats right!

Mayong, notably a tiny cluster of villages along the Brahmaputra is made up of a community of magicians. Their magic is believed to be used towards the welfare of the people. 475 more words


Stories of Sikkim Part III

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We had plans to visit the beautiful Tsomgo Lake and Nathula Pass, Indo-China border on Day 2, which was scrapped due to incessant rains in Gangtok and fresh snowfall in the higher region. 798 more words


Stories of Sikkim

“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” – St. Augustine

They say travel teaches you more than anything else can.

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It was in the days of Yore, that victory in hunting and headhunting expeditions decided the fate of a Mizo man. That headhunting was an intrinsic part of the social patterns of communities inhabiting the North Eastern part of the country is a known and widely researched aspect. 961 more words

Don Bosco Centre for Indigenous Cultures, Shillong

Culture, culture everywhere…yes, welcome to India, a country well known for its plethora of culture, but what about all those indigenous cultures that inevitably end up dying out? 436 more words


Destination : Kalimpong

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Hill Stations In West Bengal