Celebrated with a great deal of pomp and grandeur, the Pang Lhabsol Festival in Sikkim is one of its kind. It is popularised by Chakdor Namgyal, the third Chogyal of Sikkim and staged in Gangtok’s former palace compound in front of the Tsuklakhang monastery. Considered to be one of the most popular carnivals in Sikkim, the festival bestows colour and

Paro Tshechu Festival: Paro is a town in the south west of Bhutan. It has a population of 4,500 people. Paro is a historic town with many sacred sites and historical buildings scattered through the area. In addition, the Paro Valley is wide and verdant and is recognized a one of the most beautiful in all Bhutan. Prefer to stay in Paro if you

The International Cherry Blossom Festival is all about nature and its magic that must be witnessed at least once in a lifetime. It lures thousands of people to fly to a land that is seven seas away. With every passing year, the festival is gaining more and more prominence in the United States and Japan pursuit of Sakura, as they’re

Spanning across the floodplains of the Brahmaputra River, the Kaziranga National Park is one of Assam’s offbeat places. This park is a protected area in the north eastern Indian state. Kaziranga National Park’s wetlands, forests and grasslands are home to wild elephants, tigers, buffaloes, monkeys, gaur, deer, otters, leopards, badgers, wild boar and the world’s largest population of Indian one-horned

Signs of the religious afflictions of the Bhutanese are quite ubiquitous and permeate a majority of the facets of their lifestyle. The practice of Buddhism is evident in the familiar Dzongs, stupas, prayer flags, and prayer wheels visible around the country. Buddhism was brought to Bhutan by Guru Rinpoche, or Padmasambhava, in the 8th century. The Thimphu Tsechu festival is