Prayer Flag at Tashi View Point Sikkim

Prayer Flag

Prayer Flag

This was captured at Tashi View Point,Sikkim.Prayer Flags are a common sight in Sikkim..They show their culture and their attachment to religion,moreover those flags look really mesmerizing dancing in tune with the wind… šŸ™‚

Yak at Changu Lake

Changu lake located at an altitude of 12,300ft and 45Kms from Gantok is a major tourist attraction.

Yak rides are available near Changu lake at a cost of 50INR.

And Here’s one of them on which I rode..You can see the Changu Lake behind the YakChang



And Another One….


Visit North East India-My Other Blog

The reason I started blogging was because I wanted to put some lights on North East India Tourism,from time to time I have written about NE India in this blog but I felt I was not doing enough as this blog is almost about everything I feel like Blogging… šŸ˜€

Since I started blogging I tried my hands on many thing and to most extent I have done well I believe,but the Sole Purpose of starting All Resource was somehow overlooked by me as I know the potential of NE India and there will be endless topic to write about them..

So,to make things fall into place I decided to make another Blog solely concentrating on NE India and nothing else,Since I started blogging I have developed a special interest on Blogging and I want to keep it that way till my hands go numb.. šŸ˜€

At this moment I want to thank all the Readers,Fellow Bloggers,My Followers,Friends who supported me all the way and always encourage me to keep on Blogging..With this I request you all to please keep up your support with me to make my other blog “Visit North East India” deliver its purpose…

So without wasting much time–Lets go to “Visit North East India”

And Here is the Blog Details:-

Blog Name–Ā Visit North East India
Blog URL–Ā
Blog Start Date–30th September 2013
Blog Focus on–North East India–Travel,Tourism,Culture,Traditions,Photography

Visit NE India Snapshot

Visit NE India Snapshot

All I want is support from my Readers,fellow Bloggers,Friends make this blog reach out the Mass.. šŸ˜€
Please visit the Blog and leave your valuable comment.. šŸ™‚
Thank You

The Land Where I Belong-Assam


Hello Everyone,

So here it is..My first Post describing the land I came from Assam,

As it is usually known as the Land of Red Hills and Blue Rivers…actually it is much more than that I believe.Not only Assam the Entire North-East India comprising of Assam,Arunachal,Meghalaya,Nagaland,Manipur,
Mizoram,Tripura and Sikkim is a delight to watch and travel.Assamese is the main Language of Assam andĀ alsoĀ is consideredĀ Ā lingua franca of the NE India.

To start with, Assam is the only gateway to NE India with a Narrow corridorĀ runningĀ through the foothills of The Himalaya that Ā connects the State with West Bengal and Rest of the India.

Assam and the entire NE is generally famous for its rich Natural Heritage..With rich Flora and Fauna one finds themselves pretty close to the nature.Different Cultures,Different Traditions mixing up pretty well in NE makes a basis of wonders to others.From The Mighty Brahmaputra(Prime River in NE) to Blue Hills to Never ending Natural Heritage..Assam has all.

The main City of Assam is Guwahati formerly known asĀ Pragjyotishpura(meaning ‘City of Eastern Lights’)Ā located between the banks of theĀ BrahmaputraĀ river and the foothills of theĀ Shillong plateau,Ā  which is alsoĀ consideredĀ as Major Commercial and Educational Hub of entire NE.The city is a major center for cultural activities and sports in the North Eastern region and for the administrative and political activities of Assam. The city is an important regional hub for transportation.

Assam and its environs are rich in wildlife with several rare mammals such as Asian elephants, python, tiger and primates and even The Indian Rhinoceros.TheĀ bird-lifeĀ in and around Assam is also rich and diverse.

Getting To NE India

Now here it is if Anyone is interested in Visiting NE India after reading my not pretty good Post about Assam…

NE India and Assam is very well-connected with the Rest of India By Rail,Road and Airways.The main Transport Hub is of courseĀ Guwahati. BestĀ Time to visit Assam is between April to OctoberĀ Ā as these months offer a mild and moderate climate with pleasant and sunny days and cool nights.

Also providing some links for reference.

P.S.–Please do visit NE India once in Lifetime to get closer to Nature.Please Do point out any mistake andĀ recommendationsĀ to make this blog appear nice.

Also please visit The Gallery to view pictures of Assam,will upload more pictures in due time.