Nature Conservation Day 2019: Inside one of India's rare privately-owned eco conservation nature reserves
As migration & ghost villages grow problematic in the Garhwal Himalayas, Jabarkhet & more reserves like it can help reverse migration.
Inside Jabarkhet: One of India's rare privately-owned nature reserves has much to teach about eco conservation
At a time when migration and ghost villages are real problems in the Garhwal Himalayas, an initiative like the Jabarkhet Nature Reserve can play a vital role in reverse migration.
The Basar Confluence of Arunachal Pradesh provides a glimpse into the way Galo people eat, fish and practice art. The festival also focuses on causing no damage to the environment, which is central to the Galo culture
Hornbill Festival: How Nagaland's vibrant celebration of its tribes, traditions became a global event
During the Hornbill Festival, one can get a taste of the local cuisine and hear stories about the Nagaland tribes at the morungs
Zanskar is a valley in the higher Himalayas, about 250 km and an 8-hour drive from Kargil, which is its only connection to the outside world in the summer
Mumbai-based couple Sandeepa and Chetan Karkhanis sold their home and quit their jobs to travel full-time. Here they decode the process of how to travel long term, on a limited budget
The “Amazon” was the beginning of our fascination for South America. The rainforest, its gigantic trees, queer animals and hidden tribes — it’s stuff childhood mysteries are made of. You hope to unravel it all sometime in the future. The possibility of setting foot in this mysterious world might just be one of the “subconscious” reasons why we chose South America as the first destination for our round-the-world travels.
Sandeepa and Chetan describe their travels through Argentina and Chile in the third part of their ongoing South America travel diary for Firstpost
In part two of Mumbai-based couple Sandeepa and Chetan's South America travel diary: their journey through Argentina, Bolivia and Peru
When we landed in São Paulo, Brazil, little did we know that we were in for a five-month journey through South America
Mumbai-based couple Sandeepa and Chetan kept putting off their travel plans for 'sometime in the future'. Then they made a decision to live the life they really wanted, and began travelling long-term, and full-time. Read about their journey.