Tag: north-east india

All posts tagged under: 'north-east india'
  • A blazing sunrise in Darjeeling
    by Ajay Jaiman  |  08 December 2017

    It is five in the morning and still pitch dark outside. But I am up and ready to face the winter morning chill, which admittedly, is not at its peak yet. My camera bag on...

  • Going to Ziro!
    by Ajay Jaiman  |  15 June 2010

    Ziro is a quaint name for an unknown town hidden in the undergrowth of the deep jungles of Arunachal Pradesh – a state that is itself tucked away in the north-east of the country and...

  • Dispatches from the border - III
    by Ajay Jaiman  |  25 July 2006

    I had heard about the 25-foot Shivling, even before I had reached Ziro. With the Amarnath story still fresh in my mind this appeared too tempting to be passed without an investigation. While little kids...

  • Dispatches from the border - II
    by Ajay Jaiman  |  25 July 2006

    As you drive on the well-maintained National Highway 52, given the volume or absence of traffic, you experience a serene calm. The assorted trees stand unruffled, kids play quietly in the verandahs, people appear to...

  • Dispatches from the border
    by Ajay Jaiman  |  21 July 2006

    A two and a half hour flight followed by a one hour helicopter ride, leading on to 17 hours in a taxi, is a long way off from Delhi. And here I am sitting by...