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.
Hajo is considered as a home of Indo-Tibetian people who came to northeast India crossing Brahmaputra and Tista Rivers long ago. Some of the tribes migrated and settled out at Hajo area of Assam. The famous temple in Hajo is Hayagriva temple or stone temple of Hajo(among Hajo group of temples ) which was build in … Continue reading Short story of double Holi celebration at Hayagriva-Madhab temple, Hajo, Assam, 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
This picture was taken inside Jama Masjid(mosques) during their worship time. While sitting inside mosque we were looking for some stories on the internet about this mosque and initially, we only came to know that the mosque was built by Saha Jahan. It's better to have a guide at historical places. But if you are … Continue reading Short story from Old delhi , India
Aurangabad to Nanded Around 300km. The road full of bad patches. Bumpy ride. Around Nanded We visited Nanded because of Sachkhand Sahib, considered as Sikhs' second most important holy site after Harmandir Sahib (Golden Temple, Amritsar) Sikhs' 10th Guru, Guru Gobind Singh Ji, died here & declared Guru Granth Sahib as his successor till eternity. The … Continue reading Bullet Points – Nanded & Hyderabad