Fancy doing something different for your next vacation in India? Something supernaturally cool?
Visit the cradle of Indian black magic – a small obscure village in the remote hinterlands of Assam, Mayong. A scary name in the olden times, Mayong was the seat of occult in the Indian subcontinent. And a name people would not dare to utter.
Is Mayong still a hub of black magic? Does it still conjure up scary images? Click through to find out.
As the fear of Coronavirus grips the world and traveling takes a backseat, I sit down to reminisce about all the good times I have spent meeting new people and learning about new communities. On the top of my list is the Bodo tribe from Assam.
Remember, I toured Bodoland in Assam for 10 days earlier this year? Here’s my ode to all the beautiful people that live there.
To all the Bodos. A guide to experiencing their life and culture. If you ever decide to make this offbeat trip, do not forget to pack this guide on Bodo culture, cuisine, costume, beliefs, and myths. Care to come on a virtual journey with me now??
Have you heard of the Dwijing Festival in Bodoland Assam? And did you know that it is one of the best representations of contemporary art inspired by local Bodo culture and folklore?
You have got to visit the Dwijing Festival if you are an art/culture/heritage lover. Even more if you are an offbeat destination hunter. Read on to find out why the open-air art museum at Dwijing is so special!