RehDil lake or the heart-shaped lake is a very popular name among Mizo tribes. Another name given to this lake is "lake of spirits" because, among Mizos, It is believed that all spirit after leaving human body passes through this lake before going to heaven. Some people also called it a corridor of heaven where … Continue reading Short story of the Rehdil lake(lake of spirit), Mizoram-Mayanmar border area.
Kolkata streets are one of the most photogenic places in India but at the same time most crowded. It was really tough to cross a road in Kolkata, forget about roaming anywhere you want. Most routes keep on changing from one way to two way depending on what time of day you are crossing. But … Continue reading Searching for Durga Photo Series
This photo story was clicked during Pushkar camel fair 2013. While a celebration was going on in camel fair ground, a gypsy family living in that camel fair ground was forced to shift outside of camel fair area and they are waiting for this festival to get over. In this picture is Munni, a 12-year-old … Continue reading Dance of innocence (Photo story of Munni)
In this picture is wire painting of a rickshaw puller from a museum in Murshidabad, West Bengal. One can still find this rickshaw puller in some areas of west Bengal. The surprising fact about this painting is that it's made from single wire. The perfection of artist can be seen from the fact that all … Continue reading Short Stories from Murshidabad, west bengal, India
A lot of people ask us about this journey we are on and among the foremost questions they ask is 'Which places did you like the most?'. Though I, now, have a standard answer to this question but this post is not about it. This post is about the inclusion of Udhagamandalam (or Ooty as we … Continue reading Things To Do in Ooty – How To Make Your Ooty Trip Memorable