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Short story of Guru Nanak Lama in Arunachal pradesh, India

In around 1980, Sikh regiment was posted in this border village of India. Till late 1990, there was no road to connect this village from other parts of India, only means of transport was subsidized government chopper. So this area became accessible to travelers only a few years ago. But an interesting story tells that … Continue reading Short story of Guru Nanak Lama in Arunachal pradesh, India

Sella pass Arunachal pradesh during India bike tour

Short story of Sela pass, Arunachal Pradesh, India.

Sela and Nura were two local girls from a village in Arunachal where soldier Jaswant Singh was posted. For everyday work, Sela and Nura used to pass through the check post where Jaswant Singh was posted and A love story started on the border. They started living together in the camp site and this news … Continue reading Short story of Sela pass, Arunachal Pradesh, India.

Trekking to Borail, the 2nd highest peak of assam, in halflong

Short story – Why small snakes are poisonous

While trekking to the 2nd highest peak of Assam( Borail range, Halflong ), I was warned not to touch a special plant. Because if I do, I will be itching all day or maybe I get some skin infection as well. On asking a local why is that plant so poisonous, a story came to my diary 😊 … Continue reading Short story – Why small snakes are poisonous

Visit to Nag Temple Arunachal Pradesh on a Royal enfield

Short story of Nag temple, Arunachal, India

Once upon a time ( 1966 around ), Vertak(army force assigned for construction work ) was doing construction of Bhalakupung(border town Arunachal-Assam) and Tawang Highway. During the construction time, many snakes used to come on this hilltop and they were found drinking water from the stagnated water collection. One day one of the men involved … Continue reading Short story of Nag temple, Arunachal, India

stone house maibong assam

Short story of One stone house , Maibang, Assam

Maibang was once the capital of Dimasa kingdom. Dimasa kingdom has a very wide history and some stories from mythology say Dimasa people are descendants of Ghatotkach, the son of Bhima(one of the 5 Pandavas ) and Hidimba ( princess of Dimasa people ). Before Maibang, the capital of Dimasa kingdom was Dimapur. But after … Continue reading Short story of One stone house , Maibang, Assam