Festivals of Bhutan
Bhutan

Festivals of Bhutan

Festivals or tshechu are a major part of Bhutanese life and they offer a unique cultural insight into this tiny Himalayan kingdom.

Festivals here are a vibrant affair. Colourful costumes, music and masked dances, bring out the fervour of the festive occasion. From Thimpu tshechu one of the biggest festivals, Paro tshechu to Jambey...

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Celebrate the Colours of Life
India

Celebrate the Colours of Life

“What makes things memorable is that they are meaningful, significant, and colorful.” - Joshua Foer

Vivid hues taint the sky as the season of spring ushers with the kaleidoscopic festival of Holi. The festival originated in India and dates back to ancient times...

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The Drama, Story, Colour and Beauty of Indian Dances
India

The Drama, Story, Colour and Beauty of Indian Dances

Indian culture is not just limited to its food, festivals and architecture, witness a classical dance performance and you will be introduced to a world of folklore, mythological stories and diversity. Ancient texts of Natya Shastra consist of around 6,000 poems describing the foundations of music, dance, and literature...

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Rishikesh - The Nerve Centre of Yoga
India

Rishikesh - The Nerve Centre of Yoga

If you’ve been practicing yoga or meditation for any period of time, perhaps you have been dreaming about traveling to the most significant land which is synonymous with this sacred eastern practice: India. This vast country consists of many different regions, each with their unique culture and history. You truly could spend a lifetime exploring this majestic continent. However, if you’re searching for an experience that’s more in line with your spiritual practices, Rishikesh is a great place to start.

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