Blue Poppy

one of the rarest flowers on Earth

In 1974 first foreign tourists were allowed into Bhutan.

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  • Kyichu Lhakhang
  • rinpung dzong
  • rice field
  • paro city
  • paro tshechu
  • buddha dordenma statue
  • tashichho dzong
  • horse at paro road

How to visit Bhutan

Bhutan is no ordinary place like other. It is relatively unexplored and untouched destination. Only a few fortunate tourists visit the stunning country Bhutan, having amazing remarkable culture, mountainous landscape, ancient monasteries, incredible fortress like Dzongs, colorful religious dance festivals, outrageous archery competitions, specular trekking trails, stunning flora and fauna. When you are in Bhutan, you imagine yourself catapulted hundreds of years back. Bhutan has limited number of travelers in order to preserve its culture.Continue reading

little bhutanese posing

Little Bhutanese

Little Bhutanese giving pose to photographer.

Bhutanese girls in their traditional dress kira in Paro Festival. They are happy to pose for a photo.

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performer at hornbill festival

Performer at Hornbill Festival

Performer preparing for the Nagaland Hornbill Festival. This festival top 10 colorful festival in India. It is celebrated in Kisama Village near Kohima City in every year in 1st week of December. Nagaland is a state of north-east India.

Cheraw dance performance

Cheraw Dance performance

Cheraw Dance performance, Ziro Festival of Music

Ziro is one of the oldest towns in Arunachal Pradesh, 167 km away from the capital, Itanagar. Ziro Valley situated in a height of over 5500 feet above sea level. Ziro Festival of Music is a India’s Greatest Outdoor Music Festival held in the Ziro valley and the festival is opened with a Cheraw Dance performance.

  • sukhothai direction
  • sukhothai
  • buddha statue
  • sukhothai city
  • sukhothai ruins
  • sukhothai buddha statue

The Lost Kingdom of Siam

The Lost Kingdom of Siam, Sukhothai

I love Thailand and as well as thai people. But when I visited Thailand for first time, my mind wasn’t satisfied seeing at today’s Thailand, specially Krung Thep (Bangkok), recent capital. I read a lot about thai people before heading their land, so my mind was seeking for something very authentic things, kinda like roots of this civilization. Anyway I gathered some info about some old parts of Thailand, and I caught up a train to reach there. It was nothing but the great kingdom Sukhothai, the first free capital of Siam. Continue reading