The living root bridges of Cherrapunji, Meghalaya As geographical one-offs go, these bridges — constructed from the aerial roots of living banyan-fig trees — are odes to the singular. The local Khasi people interweave tangles of thick roots ... Gulf News, 1 month ago
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1 /8 Photo: Mike Theiss | GettyImages Cherrapunji, Meghalaya Although the neighbouring Mawsynram has usurped its wettest-place-on-Earth honour, Cherrapunji is still rainier than you can imagine. Drive through grassy moors ...Condé Nast Traveller India, 1 month ago
Director Prabu Solomon revisits four films and details their scene-scape Director Prabu Solomon is known for his love for travel. His films reflect his yearning to see new places and live new experiences. Ive always loved travelling. Even as an ...The Hindu, 4 days ago
Photos: Hoshner Reporter Why Ziro? Because it is the perfect place to connect with nature, revive the body, mind and soul, and feel alive. Spiel aside though, it really is one of the most beautiful valleys in the country, with layered rice ...Condé Nast Traveller India, 1 month ago
You won't regret planning your next trip to this wonderful state, says Shruti Inamdar.Photographs: Shruti Inamdar When I travel, I try to avoid as much human/tourist contact as possible -- that's because I live in Bombay (Mumbai), which basically means I bump into more than my fair share of people almost on a daily basis.Every year, my family and I plan a trip. This year, we decided we would visit some place in north-east India.We fixed on Meghalaya, which means abode of the clouds in ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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