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Zoo- What I don’t like about zoo

There is nothing exciting than seeing animals in their natural and wild habitat. Every living being in this world has the right to live their own life with freedom and animals and birds are no exception. What I don’t like about Zoo is that animals are forcefully caged. They should be walking in the wild…

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Manas Spring Festival- A perfect blend of Culture, Food and Tradition

It was not my first visit to Manas National Park, I always knew that I am definitely going back again. The beauty of nature, the “keka” (call of the peacocks as we call it in Bengali), the quietness of the jungle, the unpredictable rain, the sound of the flowing water of the river Manas kept calling…

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Jungle Safari- Points to remember #A2ZChallenge

The jungle is the most captivating and wonderful treasure houses of nature. It’s is indeed exciting to sight wild animals, a peek a boo into their lives, explore the exotic nature at its best. But as it is said that we should never violate the laws of the Jungle. There are certain rules that we…

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Top 7 places in India I visited in 2017 – a short travel review

2017 has been one of the most amazing years, in terms of travelling and also my passion for blogging. I travelled to some of the most beautiful places of our country, explored some exotic destination in North East India where I stay. Also I learnt a lot about blogging from my blogging coach. It was…

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An Epic Roadtrip to Dooars in West Bengal from Guwahati

“Dooars” which also means Doors because there are in total 18 passages to enter Bhutan from India. Enchanting long strech of forests, tea gardens, rivers which mostly flows from Bhutan to Bangladesh,its wildlife, flora, everything is captivating enough to make it most sought for tourist destination in Eastern India. Lying on the foothills of Himalayas,…

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Ultimate Guide to Manas National Park- Part II

Hello friends, so just lets get back to the concluding part of my trip to Manas National Park. So early in the morning at 6.30am we got into our jeep. It was arranged for us by the cottage authorities. We had a driver and a forest guide. The jeep safari costed Rs 5000 including entry…

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