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Thimpu Handicraft Market – A Complete Shopping Guide

Shopping, for me, is one of the most exciting parts of any place I visit. I love to explore the local market because that is the place where we can interact with the local people of that particular place. We get to know about their lifestyle, the way of living and can communicate a lot. …

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My experience of hiking to The Tiger’s Nest Monastery in Paro, Bhutan

Since the day it was confirmed we were travelling to Bhutan, (We includes me and my husband) one thing that excited me to the power of infinity was The Tiger’s Nest monastery. I had heard a lot of stories from my friends about their hiking experiences, read tons of blogs, watched videos and what not. …

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20 Things to know as an Indian before planning your Bhutan Itinerary

Bhutan, one of the neighbouring countries of India lying towards the eastern part of the Himalayas is all about its beautiful valleys, high mountains, twisted roads, rich cultural heritage, religion, tradition and royalty. Many Indian states like West Bengal, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim borders India and Bhutan. It is also called¬† “The Land of …

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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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5 Ways to save money for travelling

Money is always an important factor when it comes to travelling. I have heard a lot of people saying that,” I have resigned my job since I want to travel the world”. I am sure they will do it definitely after resigning from work but the question that comes to my mind is where the …

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Visiting a beautiful resort in Meghalaya- Na La Ri Resort

Meghalaya never fails to surprise us. It has blessed us with beautiful locations, tall waterfalls, and high mountain, I have visited many resorts and hotels in other parts of our country but the feeling that you get by staying in the resorts in Meghalaya is unique. The chilly weather, the fresh air, the natural beauty …

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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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Survival Strategies if you are stuck in a landslide during a journey

We have no hands-on nature, it is beyond human control. We cannot predict the nature and its behaviour and we cannot control it once it starts creating havoc in its surrounding. No scientific and technological developments can exert ultimate control over these natural activities. It is dreadful and life-threatening if you face one such natural …

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Rongali Festival 2018, Guwahati- A photo Essay!

Assam is a land of an intermingling of culture, tradition, tribes, language, and cuisines. The tourism department has taken lots of initiative to bring forth that culture and tradition which is so unique and different, which is diverse yet united in spirit. With this view to celebrate the real essence and spirit of Assam under …

6 Questions answered related to my passion for Travelling

Every time lots of questions are asked to me about my blogging journey and how I keep a balance between my blogging and my professional life. Being a full-time teacher working in a government school, carrying on with my love to travel, blogging about my journeys and experiences, and then maintaining a balance between all …

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