Do you want the necklaces worn by Konyak Tribals in Nagaland?...

Konyaks love colour, their favourites being red, yellow and orange. The Aoling festival flowers are the red Coral Tree flowers, red lilies and yellow...

The Last of Tattooed Faces and Bodies: Konyak Tribe, Mon, Nagaland...

When I see tribes of the North-East of India, I cannot help shoot those who sport tattoos and other adornments. They are unique with...

Headhunters of Nagaland – Konyaks Celebrating Aoling Festival | Vanishing Tribes

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YpTMHrcASk4 How does the Konyak tribe celebrate its annual Aoling festival? Tune in to the above video for a glimpse. To know more about the...

Last home to the Swamp Deer (Barasingha) | Kanha National Park,...

If you are a wildlife lover, a trip to the Kanha National Park has to be on your bucket list. In many ways, Kanha can...

T19, Queen Tigress of Ranthambhore: Royalty Runs in the Family |...

All tigers have a royal air about them, but some rule amongst them too. Like Krishna, numbered T19 by park authorities, in Ranthambhore Tiger...

The Aoling Festival of the Konyak Tribe, Nagaland: Facts | Vanishing...

For years, I had been wanting to attend the annual Aoling Festival of the famed headhunting tribe of Nagaland in north-eastern India. When I...

9 (Quirky) Things About Coffee, Travel and Me | #WhereisAJ

Those who know my quirks know about my fetish for a good mug of coffee in the morning. My coffee time is the most...

The Day I Met the Headhunters of Nagaland – Finally |...

My first trip to Nagaland – in fact, to any part of the north-east of India, was in December 2009. I attended the Hornbill...

7 Reasons to Go Road Tripping in India | #WhereisAJ

If you love travel, you have to explore India. By road. In my case, it was the opposite. I first hit the road in India,...

The 365 Day Travel Challenge With @AJontheRoad

We travel. What do you do? Would you like to join us? Then pack your bags, fasten your seat belts and keep your notepad and...