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Khasis of Meghalaya follow matrilineal system

Culture The Khasis, Jaintias, Bhois, Wars are collectively known as the Hynniewtrep people. They inhabit the districts of East Meghalaya. They are also known as the earliest ethnic group of settlers in the Indian subcontinent. The Garo Hills is inhabited by the Garos...

The Apatanis a unique tribe of Arunachal Pradesh

The Apatanis constitute a tribal group of 60,000 in Ziro in the Lower Subansiri district of Arunachal Pradesh, India. They communicate in a Sino-Tibetan language.The Apatanis follow an efficient agriculture system without animals or machines.The origin and migration...

Dawki:Boat ride on the crystal waters of Umngot river

A trip to Meghalaya is really worthwhile only when you travel 80 km from Shillong to Dawki bordering Tamabil, Bangladesh. The small sleepy town in the West Jaintia hills is the last Indian post on the road connecting to Sylhet in Bangladesh. Green waters of Umngot at...

Root bridges that are living routes in Meghalaya

Deep in the verdant greens of Meghalaya skirting the India-Bangladesh border, in Cherrapunji, the wettest place on earth, people do not build bridges —they just grow root bridges. The climate in the southern Khasi and Jaintia hills fluctuate between humid and warm....

Street food in Shillong is spicy, sweet and yummy

If you simply freak out at the thought of exotic street food then cajole your tour operators to head for Shillong. The Scotland of the East offers a feast for the eyes and stomach literally. Let us take a culinary trip down the winding streets. Street food in Police...

Assam tours and Experiencing Adventure Sports

India is finally waking up to the vast potential of the North East India states. The exotic paradise is fast becoming the new adventure playground of the country. Among the states, Assam has a mesmerising landscape. The beauty of the land, the brimming rivers and...

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