“Care to Explore”
   Images from North-East India




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Western Arunachal – a land of
Towering mountains and Mystic
         monasteries
The 400 year old monastery at Tawang, second largest in the world
The Monpa tribe of Western Arunachal
     practice Tibetan Buddhism
Buddhism is a way of life here
And so is having fun..
Practicing a few moves
Monastery at Bomdila: en-route to Tawang
The North-East of India is home
to numerous tribes, each with its
      own cultural identity
Back from the weekly market: near the
          Myanmar border
Vibrant patterns on a shawl: Arunachal Pradesh
Hornbill headgear of the Nishi tribe: Zero, Arunachal Pradesh
Vibrant patterns on a shawl: Arunachal Pradesh
Apatani tribal woman: Zero, Arunachal
                Pradesh
Colorful local market – leafy greens and
                 fruits
Traditional silk weaves : Sualkuchi weaver’s
                village, Assam
Bodo tribal lady weaving
Traditional silk weaves : Sualkuchi weaver’s village, Assam
Vibrant patterns on a shawl: Arunachal Pradesh
Local market run by women: Ima market, Manipur
Woman carrying firewood: near Japfu peak,
               Nagaland
Village community house : Khonoma village, Nagaland
Practicing songs for the choir, Khonoma
            village, Nagaland
Bodo woman at a market, Ultapani, Assam
Making rice cakes, Bodo woman at a market, Ultapani, Assam
With his hunting gear, Apatani man,
        Arunachal Pradesh
Kids at play, Dirang, Arunachal Pradesh
An old WWII road, Assam/Arunachal Pradesh border, Ledo
Myanmar border, Arunachal Pradesh
The Eastern Himalayas form the
    perfect backdrop to the
      Brahmaputra valley
The Jia-Bhorali river, a great place for angling and dipping
Kaziranga National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site
Elephant Safari, Kaziranga National Park, UNESCO World Heritage
                               Site
A guest house in Majuli, largest river island in the world, UNESCO
                      World Heritage Site
A guest house in Majuli, largest river island in the world, UNESCO
                      World Heritage Site
Mustard fields at Majuli, largest river island in the world, UNESCO
                       World Heritage Site
Crossing the Brahmaputra, lifeblood of the North-East
Golden Langurs, Ultapani, Manas Biosphere, Assam
Elephant festival, Kaziranga National Park, Assam
Storks roosting on flowering tree, Majuli river island, Assam
Sunset on the Brahmaputra, Guwahati, Assam
Vaishnavite monks dancing the Sattriya Nrittya, Assam
Intense conversation: One-horned rhinoceros, Kaziranga National
                         Park, Assam
Jeep Safari, Kaziranga National Park, Assam
Cherrapunjee, place with the highest rainfall in the world,
                      Meghalaya
Guest house with machan, cleanest village in Asia, Mawllynong
Cleanest village in Asia, Mawllynong
Kids selling grape-fruit, Mawllynong
Bridge made of living tree roots, Meghalaya
Flower-lined pathways, Mawllynong, Meghalaya
Watch-tower made of bamboo, Mawllynong
Memorial stone, Khonoma village, Nagaland
WWII War Cemetery, Kohima, Nagaland
If it moves, it can be eaten: marketplace at Nagaland
A house on stilts, Eco-camp near Kaziranga National Park, Assam
Tea-garden near Jorhat, Assam
For further information on how to
visit North-East India get in touch
              with us:

contactus@gypsyfeettravels.c...
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  1. 1. “Care to Explore” Images from North-East India GypsyFeet Travels contactus@gypsyfeettravels.com © 2010
  2. 2. Western Arunachal – a land of Towering mountains and Mystic monasteries
  3. 3. The 400 year old monastery at Tawang, second largest in the world
  4. 4. The Monpa tribe of Western Arunachal practice Tibetan Buddhism
  5. 5. Buddhism is a way of life here
  6. 6. And so is having fun..
  7. 7. Practicing a few moves
  8. 8. Monastery at Bomdila: en-route to Tawang
  9. 9. The North-East of India is home to numerous tribes, each with its own cultural identity
  10. 10. Back from the weekly market: near the Myanmar border
  11. 11. Vibrant patterns on a shawl: Arunachal Pradesh
  12. 12. Hornbill headgear of the Nishi tribe: Zero, Arunachal Pradesh
  13. 13. Vibrant patterns on a shawl: Arunachal Pradesh
  14. 14. Apatani tribal woman: Zero, Arunachal Pradesh
  15. 15. Colorful local market – leafy greens and fruits
  16. 16. Traditional silk weaves : Sualkuchi weaver’s village, Assam
  17. 17. Bodo tribal lady weaving
  18. 18. Traditional silk weaves : Sualkuchi weaver’s village, Assam
  19. 19. Vibrant patterns on a shawl: Arunachal Pradesh
  20. 20. Local market run by women: Ima market, Manipur
  21. 21. Woman carrying firewood: near Japfu peak, Nagaland
  22. 22. Village community house : Khonoma village, Nagaland
  23. 23. Practicing songs for the choir, Khonoma village, Nagaland
  24. 24. Bodo woman at a market, Ultapani, Assam
  25. 25. Making rice cakes, Bodo woman at a market, Ultapani, Assam
  26. 26. With his hunting gear, Apatani man, Arunachal Pradesh
  27. 27. Kids at play, Dirang, Arunachal Pradesh
  28. 28. An old WWII road, Assam/Arunachal Pradesh border, Ledo
  29. 29. Myanmar border, Arunachal Pradesh
  30. 30. The Eastern Himalayas form the perfect backdrop to the Brahmaputra valley
  31. 31. The Jia-Bhorali river, a great place for angling and dipping
  32. 32. Kaziranga National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site
  33. 33. Elephant Safari, Kaziranga National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site
  34. 34. A guest house in Majuli, largest river island in the world, UNESCO World Heritage Site
  35. 35. A guest house in Majuli, largest river island in the world, UNESCO World Heritage Site
  36. 36. Mustard fields at Majuli, largest river island in the world, UNESCO World Heritage Site
  37. 37. Crossing the Brahmaputra, lifeblood of the North-East
  38. 38. Golden Langurs, Ultapani, Manas Biosphere, Assam
  39. 39. Elephant festival, Kaziranga National Park, Assam
  40. 40. Storks roosting on flowering tree, Majuli river island, Assam
  41. 41. Sunset on the Brahmaputra, Guwahati, Assam
  42. 42. Vaishnavite monks dancing the Sattriya Nrittya, Assam
  43. 43. Intense conversation: One-horned rhinoceros, Kaziranga National Park, Assam
  44. 44. Jeep Safari, Kaziranga National Park, Assam
  45. 45. Cherrapunjee, place with the highest rainfall in the world, Meghalaya
  46. 46. Guest house with machan, cleanest village in Asia, Mawllynong
  47. 47. Cleanest village in Asia, Mawllynong
  48. 48. Kids selling grape-fruit, Mawllynong
  49. 49. Bridge made of living tree roots, Meghalaya
  50. 50. Flower-lined pathways, Mawllynong, Meghalaya
  51. 51. Watch-tower made of bamboo, Mawllynong
  52. 52. Memorial stone, Khonoma village, Nagaland
  53. 53. WWII War Cemetery, Kohima, Nagaland
  54. 54. If it moves, it can be eaten: marketplace at Nagaland
  55. 55. A house on stilts, Eco-camp near Kaziranga National Park, Assam
  56. 56. Tea-garden near Jorhat, Assam
  57. 57. For further information on how to visit North-East India get in touch with us: contactus@gypsyfeettravels.com +91-9177660028 < All photographs are copyright of Gypsyfeet Travels>

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