Category: Nagaland

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All About Culturally Enriching Hornbill Festival Trip 2017

I long for winters, the nip in the air and soothing sunshine peeping through the cloud is marvelous grace to eyes. It is no secret that I have been a dedicated connoisseur of even badly made coffee on a winter morning. But, keeping aside my lyrical mood at the moment, winters brings the much awaited holiday season with Christmas and...

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Terraced Rice Fields of Zapami Village & Pfutsero – Hidden Gems of Nagaland

The terraced paddy fields turn golden as it is harvest time in Phek district, the sleepy town of Pfutsero shines at night on the faraway hill like a scattered diamond, flowers in all shades rimmed by the road sway with the breeze and the stars, did I not tell about stuff dreams are made of. My uncanny interest in places...

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ESCAPE TO THE ENCHANTING LONGKHUM VILLAGE

There are places you travel, see and talk about to the world for a while but only few remains embedded in your heart pumping along your blood till time forbidden. Those places that you unfold your thoughts in when you grow weak in knees and travel infinite times in imagination to escape mundane. Longkhum Village in the serenity of Nagaland...

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A DAY IN DIMAPUR – THIS IS WHAT YOU DO!!

I hear someone screen “Show me a place to shop” & I would scream back – “Why not take a sneak peak at DIMAPUR?” 🙂 🙂  Relocating from hustle bustle corporate chic lifestyle of New Delhi to simple, laid back and inquisitive lifestyle of a teacher in Dimapur wasn’t as tough as insinuated. Oh! I would be knitting a web...

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GLIMPSE OF HORNBILL FESTIVAL 2016

HORNBILL FESTIVAL was an exciting and rejuvenating mandate to add to my travelicious experience in Nagaland. I can go on ranting and chatting about the incredible experience it was but words would never be enough to validate my joy. I desperately waited for end of this year and this time it was not only “winter is coming” delight but a...

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Chuchuyimlang Village and an afternoon with Padmashree Natwar Thakar

“The impulse to change and develop the nation by spreading nationalism on Gandhian lines brought me to Nagaland. I wanted to be a part of the system that motivates and promotes complete development of people in the most remote location of the country. Bringing forward the people staying in backward area is achievement and that is what I yearned for”...

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SHORT, CHERISHED TRIP TO UNGMA VILLAGE, NAGALAND

  HOW TO REACH UNGMA VILLAGE? Reaching UNGMA village means journey to Mokokchung which is another delight to eye as your drive through or being driven amidst pastoral green fields, clear blue skies and breathe countryside fresh air. Let me break down the journey so that it is easy for you to figure out the route. Let me start from...

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OFFBEAT TERRAINS OF DZUKOU VALLEY, NAGALAND

I was looking for a road less travelled far from civilisation of human destruction but little did I know I would end up walking the stairways to paradise on Earth – DZUKOU VALLEY. 🙂 🙂 The unbridled whim of lush green rainforests, gurgling streams of waterfalls and unmatched varieties of flora and fauna are little tokens while trekking up to the...