A collection of candid photos taken at Agartala Railway Station, Tripura on a misty morning.
Ima Keithel (Mothers’ Market), a market managed entirely by 3500+ women in the heart of Imphal, capital of Manipur. Ima Keithel is divided into different sections based on the commodities for sale – cloths, fish […]
Slim Cottage, located inside Kangla Fort was the residence of Field Marshal WJ Slim who was the Commander of the Allied Forces. It was built in 1901. The cottage was locked but the garden and […]
24th December 2014: The only item available for breakfast at the restaurant near Kamalasagar Kali temple, Tripura was Chow mein and I was not sure what Chow mein was!!! I was super hungry. My stomach was […]
“War does not determine who is right – only who is left.” – Bertrand Russell During World War II, the Imperial Japan along with Netaji’s Indian National Army attacked British India at present day Manipur […]
One among the 51 Shakti Peethas, Tripura Sundrai temple is one of the holiest places for Hindus. Goddess Tripureswari (Goddess of three cities) is considered as the patron goddess of the Tripura state. Architecture of […]
Benuban Vihar is a Buddhist shrine located in Agartala, Tripura. A must visit place if you are searching for Nirvana. Benuban Vihar is also spelt as Venuban Vihar and Venuvan Vihar.
Aizawl is the capital of Mizoram. Sun sets very early during winter time in this part of the world. Streets were empty and shops were closed giving me ample privacy to romance with the Christmas lights.
While I wasy on my way to Loktak Lake and Moirang, we passed through Bishnupur. I told Bashan, my newly met friend at Manipur, that I have read about the terracotta temples of Bishnupur. It was he […]
Shaheed Minar was built in the memory of martyrs who laid down their lives during the fight against British in the Anglo-Manipur war of 1891. In an attempt to inject fear into the people thereby […]