Blog Posts - Mishmi



Pauli’s Nürnberger Tiergarten Bilder Teil 2

Hallo liebe Tierfreunde, wie versprochen geht es nun weiter mit meinen Bildern vom Besuch im Nürnberger Tiergarten. Das letzte Mal habt ihr ja Löwen, Nashörner, Giraffen und Totenkopfäffchen sehen könnten. In diesem Beitrag habe ich mal ganz and...
by Paulis World on Nov 10, 2014

Pauli’s Nürnberger Tiergarten Bilder Teil 2

Hallo liebe Tierfreunde, wie versprochen geht es nun weiter mit meinen Bildern vom Besuch im Nürnberger Tiergarten. Das letzte Mal habt ihr ja Löwen, Nashörner, Giraffen und Totenkopfäffchen sehen könnten. In diesem Beitrag habe ich mal ganz and...
by Paulis World on Nov 10, 2014

Rubilu’s bamboo home

Where we love is home; home that our feet may leave, but not our hearts. Wakro, in Arunachal, is inhabited primarily by the Mishmis. Mishmis are one of the many tribes that belong to Arunachal Pradesh. Divided into three sub-tribes namely Miju, Dig...

Rubilu’s bamboo home

Where we love is home; home that our feet may leave, but not our hearts. Wakro, in Arunachal, is inhabited primarily by the Mishmis. Mishmis are one of the many tribes that belong to Arunachal Pradesh. Divided into three sub-tribes namely Miju, Dig...

Celebrating Reh Festival with the Charming Mishmis of Arunachal Pradesh

It’s been a while I sat down and wrote something. Work has kept me busy. In the first week of February, I had visited Tezu in Arunachal Pradesh; a state in Northeastern India. It was an incredible experience and makes me want to share it. It was...

Celebrating Reh Festival with the Charming Mishmis of Arunachal Pradesh

It’s been a while I sat down and wrote something. Work has kept me busy. In the first week of February, I had visited Tezu in Arunachal Pradesh; a state in Northeastern India. It was an incredible experience and makes me want to share it. It was...

Photo Of The Day – Sally Lake, You Are A Beauty!

Sally Lake is located near the town of Roing in eastern Arunachal Pradesh. Not frequently visited by outsiders, except by the local tribesmen who often come in search for a quick meal of fish, the lake is a serene sight with its lust greenery and fre...
by In search of greener pastures on Mar 11, 2013

Photo Of The Day ~ Pretty Mishmi Women

sRecently, I had visited the Reh Festival in Arunachal Pradesh. Celebrated by the Mishmi Tribe, a sunny beautiful weather welcomed me on my arrival at Tezu for the 2 days event. Ever charming and ever friendly, the Mishmis roamed proud wearing their...

Photo Of The Day – House Of A Himalayan Hunter

The charming Mismhi Tribe of Arunachal Pradesh have since ever been excellent hunters. They rule the mountains of the very eastern Himalayas, living in remote terrains which are blessed with nectar-full splendor. Today, hunting is more a yearly event...
by In search of greener pastures on Jan 24, 2013

Folklore From North-East India: Tale Of A Mishmi Girl

This folktale, from the Idu Mishmi Tribe of Arunachal Pradesh, tells about the moral behind the Idu tradition of naming their new born babies within 5 days after delivery. If not followed, it is believed that a khinu (Eng: spirit) will name the baby...
by In search of greener pastures on Jan 17, 2013

Folklore From North-East India: Tale Of A Mishmi Girl

This folktale, from the Idu Mishmi Tribe of Arunachal Pradesh, tells about the moral behind the Idu tradition of naming their new born babies within 5 days after delivery. If not followed, it is believed that a khinu (Eng: spirit) will name the baby...
by In search of greener pastures on Jan 17, 2013

Arunachal Pradesh – The Land of the Rising Sun

India is a Country built up of 28 states & 7 union territories. Each state being extremely beautiful and rich in its diversity contributes to identify the nation, Arunachal Pradesh being one of them. Arunachal Pradesh is located in the … Co...
by India Travel Blog on Oct 31, 2012

Folklore From North-East India ~ A Mishmi Tribe Tale On How We Learned To Weave

The Mishmis are a tribe who inhabit the northeastern regions of South Tibet. In India, they reside in the Lohit and Dibang districts of Arunachal Pradesh. They have a long … Continue reading →...
by In search of greener pastures on Jul 25, 2012

Folklore From North-East India ~ A Mishmi Tribe Tale On How We Learned To Weave

The Mishmis are a tribe who inhabit the northeastern regions of South Tibet. In India, they reside in the Lohit and Dibang districts of Arunachal Pradesh. They have a long … Continue reading →...
by In search of greener pastures on Jul 25, 2012

Photo Of The Day ~ Anini

Anini is a quaint little town, situated somewhere far away, in the eastern most of the Himalayas, in the state of Arunachal Pradesh in Northeastern India. It is the land … Continue reading →...

Photo Of The Day ~ Anini

Anini is a quaint little town, situated somewhere far away, in the eastern most of the Himalayas, in the state of Arunachal Pradesh in Northeastern India. It is the land … Continue reading →...

Photo Of The Day ~ A Sunny Morning In Mishmi Land

The Mishmi Hills of Eastern Arunachal Pradesh is the heartland of the Mishmi Tribe. They know the land like a ghost, roam the land like free spirits and use the land to live… Read More →...
by In search of greener pastures on May 15, 2012


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