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Happy Ningol Chakouba to those who are celebrating this festive event of Manipur


Narak Chaudas-India's Guy Falkes Day

As the moon wanes further today on its way to Amavasya -or the moonless night- I am struck with the thought of sharing the hauntingly beautiful story of Narakasur, a gentle man who turned to evil and had later to be killed by Lord Krishna.This is also the story of the emancipation of women.This post is for people interested in travelling to India or knowing about India’s culture, history and beliefs.Your India travel will be incomplete if I did not share with you this hauntingly beautiful story about India. 974 more words


Awash in Colours- Hauntingly Beautiful Music and Dance of India 

These days, Delhi is host to numerous dance, music , culture and art festivals. I attended one such event a few days back on Janpath at Indira Gandhi National Centre of Arts. 696 more words


Tripura: A land of many Splendors

Bhudeb Chakrabarti

Unakoti – One less than a crore

Unakoti, the word means ‘one less than a crore’. This is the name of a place located deep inside a coolly shaded forest, about 180 kilometres northeast of Agartala. 864 more words

Travel And Culture

Winter Sports and Activities in the North East of India

Relatively speaking the North Eastern States are not quite as forbidding as Uttarakhand becomes in winter. The atmosphere is cool in the valleys and chilly but bearable up in the mountains of the North East. 578 more words

Angling In North East India

Baba Harbhajan Singh: The Protector of the Realm… 

India is a country replete with stories of faith and beliefs. People around the world often find it difficult to understand that how these beliefs and faith have become part and parcel of the very Indian way of life over thousands of years. 691 more words

Mountain Travel