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Headhunters of Nagaland – Konyaks Celebrating Aoling Festival | Vanishing Tribes

How does the Konyak tribe celebrate its annual Aoling festival? Tune in to the above video for a glimpse. To know more about the festival, click here to read my post on the same.

Welcome to India: Have a Wild Time in Madhya Pradesh | WILDLIFE

I get the goosebumps when in the wild – at the same time, it is a liberating experience. We were always meant to be free of all material bonds, living in harmony with Nature. But[Read More…]

Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh: Fact Sheet

If you are planning to visit the Kanha National Park in Madhya Pradesh in India, you many find the following information handy:

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

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 be a highly satisfying experience in more ways than one.[Read More…]

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

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

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

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 finally got the opportunity, not only was I not disappointed but[Read More…]

The Day I Met the Headhunters of Nagaland – Finally | Vanishing Tribes

My first trip to Nagaland – in fact, to any part of the north-east of India, was in December 2009. I attended the Hornbill Festival, and visited many towns and villages – but a dodgy[Read More…]

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, and then fell in love with travel. It happened over[Read More…]

7 Places in India to Write Your Next Book

Every author works best in a setting of his or her choosing. Stephen King may prefer a windowless basement where he can transport himself to his own make-believe world – but many an author would[Read More…]

The Bad Boys of Bokaro Jail: Interview with Author Chetan Mahajan

What happens when a senior business executive is thrown into a jail in small town Jharkhand in India? An education of a lifetime…

by September 20, 2014 Coffee at Kunzum, Kunzum TV