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Rock Climbing in Assam
Rock Climbing in Assam The Elephant Rock Hill and Simhasana Hill of Karbi Anglong District in Assam are the well known regions for rock climbing. One has to take precautions while climbing up as altitude sickness is the most common problem faced by rock climbers. Also keep yourself well informed about the weather conditions as intense heat can also lower your interest in the activity. Carry your sneakers, drinking water and sun tan lotion.
Para-sailing in Assam
Para-sailing in Assam Guwahati and North Guwahati are the best destinations for this activity. The best time for this activity is all year round except the monsoons season. Travellers can give into the peaceful environs and experience the refreshing ride. You won’t be disappointed- this activity is surely a stress buster.
Sone Lake
Sone Lake Locally known as the 'Sone Beel' is the largest fresh water tectonic lake in the northeastern Indian State of Assam. This widespread Sone lake when full runs a length of 13.2 kilometers and a width of 4.2 kilometers, along with a vast shoreline covering 35.4 kilometers. Enclosing a 3458.12 hectare area at full storage level, it almost shrinks to a mere 409.37 hectare area at the dead storage level. The lake-bed is mostly alluvium along with fine grain sandstones in the catchment areas which also has tropical evergreen forests. Lake Sone is continuously fed by a major inlet called Singla, which originates as Thing Tlawng Lui within the Mizo Hills; from an altitude of 365 meters above sea level, this inlet traverses a t...
Caving in Meghalaya
Caving in Meghalaya Jowai, dotted with limestone caves and cave temples, has ample opportunity for caving. Jowai also boasts of having the oldest monolith sculptures in the region. Naritiang also offers some of the finest impressive megaliths. Some of the important caves in the Jayantia Hills are Krem Umlawan, Krem Kotsati, Krem Lashinng and Krem Umshangktat. Each one of the caves has something unique to offer. Do not miss out on the caves of Cherrapunji. Carry your camera and packaged drinking water. The deepest and longest of the caves in South Asia are located in Meghalaya. When lost, do not panic. It is important not to feel claustrophobic when crawling through narrow crevices. Though dark and mysterious, strangely some of the cav...
Boating in Meghalaya
Boating in Meghalaya For travellers who are less adventurous can go boating in the Umiam Lake. This beautiful lake is surrounded by lofty peaks and is set amidst lush green forests. Travellers can also experience boating in the Ward Lake- a perfect spot to unwind and refresh your self. Sail slowly and steadily along with the waves and set back and enjoy the soothing environment. If you wish to captivate some breathtaking scenery then don’t forget to carry along your camera. Also carry sun tan lotion and packaged drinking water. The Water Sports Complex has been developed upon the mighty reservoir of the Umiam Hydro Electric Project, at Umiam, 16 kilometres before reaching Shillong. The campus consists of a beautiful Orchid Lake Resor...
Shopping in Meghalaya
Shopping in Meghalaya Traveling through the entire North East India you will realize the importance their art and crafts has for the rest of the country and the world outside too. Since Meghalaya, the Abode of Clouds nestles among the Garo, Khasi and Jantia hills and the inhabitants are simple village folk they have an inborn skill in cane and bamboo works of art. With amazing feat they make cane baskets, undertake woodcarving, work on fabric and handlooms and excel in bamboo works too. Shopping in Meghalaya is an exhilarating experience since you would want to refurnish your home with all the exquisite pieces of artwork. It is not just that cane and bamboo holds an important place in their handicrafts but textile and woodcarving are al...
Food of Meghalaya
Food of Meghalaya The Food of Meghalaya is mostly rice, dried fish and meat. The food is bland but is seasoned with hot fish chutney. One of the local favourites is "jadoh", a dish prepared with pork and rice. With the food, people drink a lot of rice beer locally called `Kyat’. Alcohol features in the menu for everyday and on every festive occasion. They chew unripe betel nut with tobacco, betel leaf and lime; guaranteed to give a first timer a headache and vertigo! The staple food of Meghalaya is Pork. This north eastern state basically has all the non-vegetarians dishes in the cuisine.The Garo cuisine is simple to cook with small variations that bring in a rich flavor. One of the important ingredients in preparing 'Nakham Bitch...
Festivals of Meghalaya
Festivals of Meghalaya Nongkrem Dance is held in October/November. This Khasi festival is a thanksgiving to the almighty for a good harvest, peace and prosperity. Young women and men in the open perform the dance– the women are specifically unmarried and wear expensive silk costumes with heavy gold, silver and coral ornaments. They dance to the music of flutes and drums. The women dance in the inner circle of the arena. The men form an outer circle. An important feature of the festival is the ''Pomblang'' or goat sacrifice offered by the subjects to the Syiem of Khyrim, the administrative head of the Hima (Khasi State). Ka Syiem Sad, the eldest sister of the king is the chief priestess and caretaker of all ceremonies. The festival is cond...
Trekking and Camping in Manipur
Trekking and Camping in Manipur Loktak and Lamdan are the ideal destinations for trekking. Make sure you carry comfortable shoes for the task. Sudarshan Peak is offers moderate trek and is suitable for both experienced trekkers as well as beginners. Camping - The state is gifted with lush green forests, lakes and a variety of flora and fauna. Travellers looking forward to explore the forests and witness the wildlife and vegetation can go camping in the woods of Manipur. Make sure you cover yourself properly with a sheet when going to bed and you must sleep under a mosquito net in order to save yourself from the mosquitoes.
Food of Manipur - Simple and Delicious
Food of Manipur - Simple and Delicious The staple diet of Manipur consists of rice, leafy vegetables, and fish. Manipuris typically raise vegetables in a kitchen garden and rear fish in small ponds around their house. Since the vegetables are either grown at home or obtained from local markets, the cuisine is very seasonal, each season having its own special vegetables and preparations. The taste is very different from mainland Indian cuisines because of the use of various aromatic herbs and roots that are peculiar to the region. Some Dishes Eromba is a stew of boiled vegetables or potatoes with a lot of red chillies, tomatoes (optional) and dried fish salted to taste. It is garnished with chopped onions and coriander leaves.Singju is a salad prepare...