I’ve encountered this beautiful and cute Red Panda at the Darjeeling Zoo. Also known as Tibetan wolves and Snow leopards, these were few among many wild animals I saw for the first time. It is an arboreal, majorly lives on eating bamboo leaves, and they also love to eat flowers, fruits, acorns, effs, birds and some insects. Only in a few places in India, you can see Red Panda and so they are one of the most cherished creatures in here. Thanks to the ‘Red Panda breeding program’ started by the government of India in 1994, we get to see the increased population. Want to know more about wildlife and cultures in northeast
I am very proud to be able to share my enthralling north-east experiences with everyone via my upcoming book “Early Sunrise Early Sunset”. The book will cover my expedition to the Eastern India states including the seven sisters, Chhattisgarh, Sikkim, Bihar, West Bengal, Jharkhand, and Orrisa. I couldn’t have given more justice to the title of this book if not this. What next boosted my confidence to pen down my entire voyage was the rare sight of matrilineal society in India. This entire journey in the development of “Early Sunrise Early Sunset” was no easy and hope to reach a milestone where I can actually be able to make people well aware
This beautiful homestay got its name “Hilltop Homestay” as its situated on top of the hill. This is one beautiful bungalow with a great view. The owner stays right opposite to this bungalow. One of the best hosts I have witnessed, a very active & enthusiastic lady who is always on her toes and serves the guests endlessly. Also, she owns 3 homestay’s in different destinations and handles them very well. The garden on the background in right in front of the bungalow & part of the homestay. The vegetables are freshly plucked from the garden and are used to serve the guests. When I was just about to move then
Tawang Festival 2018 Pretty much the title of my book ‘Early Sunrise Early Sunset’ is due to the fact that one of the 7 sister states i.e Arunachal Pradesh is known as ‘The Land of Rising Sun’. And this is why this state holds a special value in my heart. Like every other north-eastern state, Arunachal tourism is tremendously shooting due to its magnificent cultural heritage and majestic grandeur that the state holds with its surging mountains, gushing rivers and thriving flora and fauna. And how can I forget mentioning about ‘Tawang’ when it comes to appreciating the majestic Arunachal Pradesh? Tawang is a small mountain in the heart of the State.