A country with geographical and climatic dissimilarities, where the desert heats the land while at the same time, snow in Himalayan villages freezes the life; India is a country of uniqueness and the exceptional cultural diversity which fascinates everyone and
I am a born-again Assamese. Truly. And I say this with great pride to whoever is kind enough to lend me an ear! My love affair with all things Assamese, I suspect, began when I became an Axomiyabuari (literally meaning
Sunderbans – one of the most mystic lands of mangrove forests where man and tiger co-exist! Located at the south-eastern tip of Bengal, the place derived its name from one of the mangrove plants – Sundari. This largest delta area
Nature has blessed India with mixed geographical conditions, making it a suitable place for a wide range of flora and fauna to flourish. Its unique topography dotted with green lush terrains, mountains etc.
Assam is synonymous with two things – tea and Indian One-horned Rhinoceros. A friend of mine, descended from the Ahoms, owns one of the largest private tea gardens in the state. Ahom is pronounced the same way as you would