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June 2019
Tongbram Khalen is 26 years old. He has a general store in Thanga and belongs to Oinam village. He lives in Thanga with his family including his mother, father and younger brother. His family owns a grocery shop near Thanga community hall. He is born and brought up in Thanga. Khalen wants to make his...
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Punakha is the administrative centre of Punakha dzongkhag which is one of  Bhutan’s 20 districts. Punakha was the capital of Bhutan until 1955, after which Thimphu was named the new capital of Bhutan. 1. Climatic conditions It is about 72 km away from Thimphu. The climate is quite warm in winter and hot in summer...
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The best option to reach Leh by road is via the 434 km long Srinagar (Jammu & Kashmir)-Leh highway. Also called NH-1D, this is a better alternative for going to Leh as compared to the Manali-Leh road. It provides a gradual ascent, thereby limiting the chances of AMS (Altitude Mountain Sickness) caused due to high...
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Ratan and Ashok Kumar are not brothers but are not less than a brother. They both are 29 years old and have been childhood friends. They share the same ideology of saving the pride of Manipur, the animal which is an endangered species found in Keibul Lamjao National Park, the Rucervus eldi eldi locally known...
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Using your smartphone or tablet’s built-in speakers should only ever be a last resort if you want to listen to your favourite music playlists while on the road. With so many Bluetooth speakers out there, it’s the perfect time to invest in a great device which can be a great companion for your solo travel....
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Nongriat is a village in the East Khasi Hills district of Meghalaya, in Northeastern India. It is perhaps best known for its living root bridges; one an impressive double-decker suspension bridge called Jingkieng Nongriat. The village has three functional root bridges. These are crafted by hand, as the Khasi people have done in the Khasi...
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Atul Sarmah is a 68-year-old retired primary school teacher in Majuli. He served 43 years as a primary school teacher there. He is born and brought up in Majuli. Two years back he retired from his service. He is knowledgeable and kind-hearted. Sarmah has three children and a wife. His two daughters have settled in...
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Paro Taktsang is also known as the Taktsang Palphug Monastery or the Tiger’s Nest. It is a temple located on the cliff-side of the upper Paro Valley which is considered amongst one of the most prominent cities in Bhutan. This temple was built in 1692, around the Taktsang Senge Samdupcave where Guru Padmasambhava is said...
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Camping solo is super fun, but here are some guidelines which need to be considered while camping alone. 1. Pick the right campsite Choosing the right campsite is crucial with respect to the experience you want out of the trip. Make sure you pick a known campsite which is accessible 365 days a year. A...
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The miraculous double-decker root bridge is the best combination of nature and human engineering. Deep in the dense tropical forest of Meghalaya, and shrouded in cloud and rain for much of the year, they are some of the most astonishing man-made natural wonders. Known as the living root bridges, inventive members of the Khasi tribe...
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