P.S: There was some issue with loading some images earlier so sharing the post again after doing a few tweaks. Hope this resolves the issue. One of the things that I have struggled the most as an introvert is approaching people. Be it asking for a direction, starting a conversation or even ordering the food
Category: North East India
As we left behind the rugged terrains, pine forests and rustic villages on our way to Tawang, I wondered what else was left to see. I almost declared to myself that the journey was the real deal because nothing could possibly be more beautiful. Somewhere deep down, I also felt the fear of disappointment simmering.
We decided to break our journey from Tawang to Guwahati at Bomdila( Arunachal Pradesh, India) and stayed in Anu homestay for the night. Our room was spacious, cozy and had a traditional wood fire heater. Tejas had his share of fun experimenting and mastering the art of keeping the fireplace on. Our hosts- Tashi uncle
A bunch of tiny happy souls welcomed us as we entered one of the most rural and untouched parts of Arunachal Pradesh, India. It was a lovely, idyllic hamlet tucked away in the eastern Himalayas, made up of a handful of medieval stone houses and was full of kids gleaming with profound enthusiasm and curiosity.
The majestic yet intimidating landscapes of Arunachal Pradesh intrigue you in every possible way. Your are compelled to surrender to your surroundings here. You know, just like the people who live in these mighty mountains, that you are at the mercy of the nature. It is the raw, earthy and awe striking beauty of this land that makes the whole journey a sublime experience.
I grew up watching Discovery, National Geographic and Animal planet channels. I was a religious follower of the wildlife documentaries on these channels and wished to be an explorer myself someday. Of course, it was just a childhood fantasy. Nevertheless, India still has a lot of wildlife and some of the most enchanting jungles and
Open all your senses! Listen to the prayers echoing through the valley… Feel the chill that comes with a breeze in the hills on a dull, overcast afternoon. Do you see a monastery in the distance? If you look a little longer you might as well see some monks with butter tea pots. The wind