If you are traveling in Meghalaya, you will find a lot of people eating betel nut & If you are in conversation with a khasi, you will definitely get an offer to eat betelnut behind which they have a very interesting story. Once upon a time, there were two friends. One was very rich and … Continue reading Short story(folk tale)- why Khasi people eat Betelnut(Tamol) in Meghalaya
Tripura is one of the oldest princely states of India. It is said to be ruled continuously by 184 kings before merging into India. Tripura was one of the states which didn't join India union after independence and continued to be ruled by king Bir Bikram Kishore. Later during the same year of independence(1947), the … Continue reading Short story from Tripura , India
I was in Bongaigaon, Assam when I came to know about this tree from local people. 100-foot long root was a big number which took my attention immediately. A lot of people have heard about this tree but rarely people have visited this place. So for a moment, I had a doubt that such place … Continue reading In search of 100-foot long root tree, Abhaypuri, Assam, India
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.
Shirui Lily or Shirui Lilly is one of the rarest plants of the world which is found only on the top of Shirui Hill, Manipur, India during June-July. It is believed that during the British rule, Britishers tried to move it to another place but after a long struggle they abandoned the idea of moving it … Continue reading The story of Siroi Lilly, Manipur. The Rarest plant in world