Known by many names such as ‘The land of Golden Threads’, the ‘Manchester of Assam’ the ‘Silk Village of Northeast’, Sualkuchi is a unique village in Assam where 90% of the population are expert weavers known for the wonders of weaving twinkling stars from the sky so efficiently that laurels
Kutch or Kachchh, India’s wild west, is a geographical phenomenon, full of rugged, fiery beauty. What appears an endless desert plain running dead straight for the horizon, is in fact a seasonal island. The tortoise-shaped land (kachbo means tortoise in Gujarat) is flat and dry, but the villages dotted throughout
Majuli, the world’s largest populated river island is located on the middle of the mighty Brahmaputra River in Assam. At its present area of 400 sq km, the island is inhabited by 153,000 people (2001 Census). Majuli Island flaunts a vibrant culture and unparalleled scenic beauty. The island is bounded
The Golden Pagoda is located at Tengapani (also known as Chongkham), in the Namsai District of Arunachal Pradesh, in North East India. The Golden Pagoda of Namsai, also known as Poi Lu Kongmu Kham in the Tai-Khampti dialect is a Burmese style Buddhist temple. The Pagoda, was consecrated in February 2010.
In Assamese(local language) Tilinga means "bell" and mandir means "temple". Tilinga Mandir is a famous Shiva Temple in upper Assam. Situated at Bordubi, a small town 7km fare from Tinsukia District of Assam. The establishment of this temple relates to a popular local story, which says that, in the year 1965, the tea garden