A Monpa Women in Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh. Monpa people are followers of Budhisim. Most of the tribes of Arunachal Pradesh adopted Christianity apart from a few in various locations. Tawang is the hub of Buddhism and one of the most popular tourist destinations of NE-India.
A young kid in Dzuleke village, Nagaland. Dzuleke is a must to include travel destination if someone is traveling to Khonoma. A Small village with a population of not more than 200 people. This place always will remain as one of the favorite places that I have visited till now.
Mandala is located in West Arunachal Pradesh, around 40 kms from Dirang, and one of the must visit places for people who love to see Nature, Wild-Life and also have interests towards local people and culture.
Se-La, is located at 13700 feet above Sea-Level. Se-la has a rich wild-life diversity and a place to wait for a while, on the way to Tawang of Arunachal Pradesh.
The Tawang Monastery was founded in 1681 by the Merak Lama Lodre Gyatso in accordance with the wishes of the 5th Dalai Lama, Ngawang Lobsang Gyatso. very year this place draws attention of thousands of tourists.
Sangetsar lake is one of the popular tourist destinations of Arunachal Pradesh. Though this place is widely visited during the winters, monsoon gives a unique and beautiful view of this lake.
As a traveler, the lives of young Buddhist Monks always fascinate me. As a photographer one has to pay close attention to their activities, to be able to get some memorable moments.
Hawa Pass, as the name suggests,a unique view point a few kilometers away from Parashuramkunda, where one can witness the confluence of Lohit river with other two tributaries.
Due to the age old hunting traditions of the local tribes, in many places of Nagaland the wild-life diversity was not as high as states like Arunachal Pradesh or Assam. But in recent years conservation efforts by various organizations and locals are paying rich dividends and Nagaland also has become one of the birding tourism hot-spots of India. This forest patch of Khonoma is a classic example of such conservation efforts.
Umngot River is located in the Indo-Blangladesh boarder of Meghalaya and a very popular travel attraction for the tourists.
The Head-man of Dzuleke. Dzuleke is a small Angami village located around 30kms away from green village khonoma of Nagaland. This head man is believed to be last living tribe of his nature who still follows traditional religious practices rather following Christianity. I met him and shot his image in 2016.
The man with the prayer wheels
The God's child