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... so I scheduled it this way. Tomorrow, I fly back to Guwahati to be reunited with my faithful companion. I missed him during the visit to this state, but he deserved a break ! Tripura has been an interesting and somewhat surprising state to visit. Not many tourists come here. Almost no foreign traveler comes here and very few Indian tourists do too.
I came expecting a mini Bengal. It was and it wasn't. It has its own character. I am glad that I came.
Its called the KV Paradise monument, but its also referred to as the local Taj Mahal. Aizawl's own monument to love.
Khawlhring and Varte were a couple, happily married and in middle age. And then suddenly, Varte died in a car accident. Khawlhring had been so distraught that he spent his entire savings and energy in constructing a memorial for her, which now stands in the outskirts of Aizawl on a beautiful hill.
It's a place most ...
I came expecting a sleepy, laid back town. What I got instead was a rocking, gung ho, hip town - easily the "hippest" town I've been to so far in this region. On the drive from Silchar, I got lost, took wrong roads and landed up quite a bit later than I had hoped. It was the last day of Chapchar Kut - the festival - and I came into the city just as the celebrations were ending. But still, the roads were packed, traffic crawled, there was music booming ...
... and dancing and feasting. Women don the traditional Mizo dresses (otherwise they are all in trousers these days) and dance the famous Cheraw. Indian readers might remember the dance where men move bamboo poles and the women dance daintily between them stepping in and out. That's almost the picture postcard of the North East. Its Mizo. If you want to sample this dance, click here for a YouTube video .
Unfortunately I ...
... of Durgapur, West Bengal in the year 1980. Mr. SK Rai is blessed with two sons, a Daughter and a Grandson.
Mr. SK Rai is a very well educated person and the only person in MRFS possessing a degree of LL.B. Mr. Rai was accorded with the "PRESIDENT'S SERVICE MEDAL" in 2008. ...