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The Pristine Mizoram.

  The Tuirihiau falls in Mizoram gives one of the most serene settings to a traveller. The name, Tuirihiau translates to the one that can be heard from far. This fall has a cave behind and can be witnessed from behind as well.   This picture was clicked by Abhishek Rawat aka, @ab_rawat while leading our first trip to Mizoram in March of 2019.

12 reasons why you should visit Mizoram

12 Reasons Why Mizoram Should Be Next On Your Travelling List! – Last Updated on 02/08/2019

Mizoram, known as “the land of the hill people” to say the least is a place filled with a natural abundance that can quench the thirst for the traveller in you. It is a canvas that is artistically covered by lush green forests, thick bamboo groves, natural caves, tranquil lakes, gorgeous waterfalls and exquisite vineyards. [caption id="attachment_5547" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Breathing the fresh air in Reiek Tlang[/caption] From innumerable hilltops like…

Interesting books on Northeast India

Reading Our Way to the Sibling States – Last Updated on 02/08/2019

A few days ago during a meeting, we started discussing books that bring out the essence of the place they're set in. We spoke at length about Pamuk's 'Istanbul', Jean Sasson's 'Princess', Khaled Hosseini's 'The Kite Runner', Amitav Ghosh's 'The Hungry Tide', etc., the list seemed endless! We were talking about how these places not only tell important stories but also work as a tour book, as they take us…

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