Author: Natasha

Fell in love with writing at a young age when I came across the novels written by R.N.Tagore and Ruskin Bond. Interest ranging on various topics, I love writing on something that interests me. But there is no restriction as such to creativity. ;-)

Jamai Shasthi – The Day of the Bengali Son-in-law

Culture

Jamai Shasthi is just another example of how much the sense of bonding is interwoven in Indian festivals. Forming an essential part of the...

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India – it’s culture, our heritage

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India, the land of seven rivers, the famous spices, a lot of diversity and a country where all barriers are broken to celebrate the feeling...

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The Tribes of Andaman and Nicobar Islands..

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Situated in the Indian Ocean, towards the southern side of India, are a group of islands known as the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. This is...

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Lambani – The Afghani “Lavana” Merchants Tribe of India

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The Lambani were mainly a tribe of Rajasthan and had alternative names like Lamani, Lambadi, and Banjara. “Laman” is a word of...

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The Khasi Tribe-Where Women are the Rulers…

Culture

Residing in the Meghalaya state of North East India, and a small number living in Assam and Bangladesh, the Khasi tribe people are thought...

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The Toda Tribe- The Cut off People of South India

Culture

The Toda Tribe residing in the southern part of India is a small countrified community who worship buffalos and have dairymen who are...

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Naga Warriors – The Ancient Fighter Tribes of India

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The Nagas are an old warrior tribe, which according to the myths are of Mongoloid origin. They had probably migrated from the border...

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Baigas – An Old Dravidian Tribe

Culture

One of the primary tribes of India, the Baigas, are semi-nomadic Dravidians living in the states of Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh,...

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The hidden Tribes of India

Culture

India is a country which has strongly held to its roots. Even in the advancing era, it is a country which has not forgotten its culture....

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Almora −The abode of the Gods

Travel

The mountains have always fantasized me; so when I came to know about the Almora district I found my fantasies take a shape. Almora...

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