Kaziranga National Park (The call of the wild) What happens when you have been waiting 20 years to visit a destination? Your expectations shoot through the roof and most often when you reach the destination you are disappointed that it was not worth the wait!! It was with such trepidation that I reached Kaziranga. Kaziranga […]Read more "TOURISM TO INDIA – NORTH EAST DESTINATIONS – KAZIRANGA"
Living Root Bridges – An architectural marvel All over Meghalaya there are Living Root bridges which are architectural marvels of man-nature co-existence. The architects behind these marvels are not highly qualified engineers from top universities of India, but the simple people of the Khasi and Jaintia tribes of Meghalaya. These bridges are built using the […]Read more "TOURISM TO INDIA – NORTH EAST DESTINATIONS – IV"
In this blog, I will focus on a couple of places near Cherrapunjee. Cherrapunjee, locally known as Sohra, used to be the world’s most rainiest place, now it is the world’s second most rainiest place. Thangkharang Park Thangakharang Park is situated at a distance of around 12 Km from Cherrapunjee. The park provides visitors a […]Read more "TOURISM TO INDIA – NORTH EAST DESTINATIONS – III"
Elephant Falls (Ka Kshaid Lai Pateng Khohsiew) Ka Kshaid Lai Pateng Khohsiew in local tongue means the “Three Step Waterfalls”, is literally a Three Step Waterfall. Later on the British renamed this waterfall as the Elephant Falls as there was a Elephant shaped rock overseeing these waterfalls. Unfortunately, this rock got destroyed during an earth […]Read more "Tourism to India – North East Destinations – II"
Umiam Lake (Barapani Lake) Umiam Lake commonly known as Barapani Lake is situated around 15 Km from Shillong. For most tourists who are travelling from Guahati towards Shillong, this is the first tourist destination that comes along the way. Barapani Lake is considered to be the largest man-made lake in the North East. Around the […]Read more "Tourism to India – North East Destinations – I"
As the nation grapples with the Demonetization move, the focus of the media and opposition is on the woes of the common man and how difficult it is for them to get their hard-earned money converted. All the high octane campaign by the politicians both inside and outside the parliament has been centered on this […]Read more "Effect of Demonetization on Labour Reforms!!"
While the media currently discusses Demonetization with colored glasses, they are missing the biggest story to emerge from this announcement. The story is actually the story of Real India. This also emphasizes the fact that most of us have realized over the past 5-6 years that the so-called mainstream media has lost the touch with […]Read more "Demonetization – The Real Story"