Nagaland – Have you visited “The Switzerland of the East”?

Hello! Apuni bhal ase? Adorned by the magical beauty of rolling hills and mountains, lush vegetations and colorful cultures, this 16th state of India boasts of its pleasant climate, natural beauty and much more. Images of pristine landscapes, rice terraces dotted with huts and colorfully dressed people in traditional clothes, with their spears and exquisite …

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Paro Tsechu: An Exciting Festival In Bhutan

Paro Tsechu is one of the most anticipated Bhutanese festivals. It occurs in Paro City at the Paro Dzong. The festival was celebrated from the 17th of March to the 21st in 2019. The Tsechu is a great way to experience Bhutanese culture through art-forms like the Cham dance, Bhutanese Music and the mouth-watering food. …

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6 Festive Reasons To Plan A Trip To Ladakh This Year

Colors, dances, and rituals await you in Ladakh. Witness the celebration of various Tibetan festivals as you travel through the hills. Prayer, dance, masks and colorful costumes add to the festive atmosphere around these parts. You may experience Tibetan rituals that are performed with the utmost devotion, or maybe an incredible dance-drama portraying ancient Tibetan …

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A gastronomical journey through the kitchens of Hyderabad

Hyderabadi cuisine also known as Deccani cuisine, is the native cooking style of the , and began to develop after the foundation of the , and more drastically with the  dynasty around the city of , promoting the native cuisine along with their own. Hyderabadi cuisine had become a princely legacy of the Nizams of , as it began to further develop further on …

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Gastronomical Adventures Across the Kitchens Of India

We at Offbeat Tracks have always valued and understood the importance of community. It is through a vibrant, active and cooperative community that we can grow and help empower each other. What is a better way to bring people together other than food! Food is an insight into a region’s history, heritage and culture. Cuisine forms an …

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Pang Lhabsol Festival in Sikkim

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.  It is staged in Gangtok’s former palace compound in front of the Tsuklakhang monastery. It is one of the most popular carnivals in Sikkim and it bestows colour and elegance to the already vibrant state.

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