In this edition of the Northeast chronicles, we return to Aizawl after a couple of weeks tramping around Mizoram’s countryside.
The tourist lodges of Mizoram, while often run down, offered a wealth of experiences courtesy the eccentric characters which populated them. Read about our experiences in the tourist lodges of Mizoram.
Mizo cuisine is truly unique. We tasted a variety of flavors, ingredients, and dishes we had never come across before when on our culinary adventures in Mizoram. Read about them here.
Thenzawl is rightly famed for its puans, a handwoven wraparound worn by Mizo women. Read about our experiences in the tiny town of Thenzawl.
Rih Dil, while located entirely within the sovereign territory of Myanmar, is known as the most important lake in Mizoram. Read about our foray into Myanmar to visit the sacred lake.
We had decided to go to Champhai, the rice bowl of Mizoram as a base for our forays into Myanmar. But the sleepy hill town had its own, well hidden charms which we explore in this iteration of the Northeast Chronicles.
Aizawl, while being a hill town like any other, was refreshingly free of tourist accouterments which usually accompany the title of a ‘Hill Station’. Read about our experiences in Aizawl in this edition of Northeast Chronicles.
We make our way to Mizoram, the most remote, and arguably the least visited state in India, a land of unfamiliar traditions, culture, and cuisine in this edition of Northeast Chronicles
Some places are interesting for their cultural heritage, some for their landscapes, and some for their people. Silchar, the Bengali bastion of Assam was striking for the sense of abandonment that hung about the place. Read about Silchar and our journey there.
Our return to Shillong after a couple of weeks tramping across Meghalaya offered our travel weary bones and opportunity to rest and recuperate. Read about our return to Shillong on the latest post in Northeast Chronicles.