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...