Blog Posts - Wakro



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...

Wakro – Back to School

“I think I’m suffering from a “Writers Block”, I told my better-half one day.  “Isn’t that something that affects writers. Why should you suffer?” came his reply. I blast at him and prove (once again) that I was, after all, the wor...

Wakro – Back to School

“I think I’m suffering from a “Writers Block”, I told my better-half one day.  “Isn’t that something that affects writers. Why should you suffer?” came his reply. I blast at him and prove (once again) that I was, after all, the wor...

Wakro – a Prelude

Let’s first put a few realities on the table. Not many tourists have Arunachal Pradesh on their travel agenda. Which is just as good for those of us who want to keep their special discoveries all to ourselves! And if you felt that there is a T...

Wakro – a Prelude

Let’s first put a few realities on the table. Not many tourists have Arunachal Pradesh on their travel agenda. Which is just as good for those of us who want to keep their special discoveries all to ourselves! And if you felt that there is a T...

The Road to Walong – Following the Lohit River

In 2011, in the month of October, we spent 21 days in the north-eastern states of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Meghalaya. I am publishing a few posts this October to mark the anniversary of our travels on those lesser trodden paths. It is a year sinc...

The Road to Walong – Following the Lohit River

In 2011, in the month of October, we spent 21 days in the north-eastern states of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Meghalaya. I am publishing a few posts this October to mark the anniversary of our travels on those lesser trodden paths. It is a year sinc...

The Lure Of The Lohit River – To Where Eastern India Ends

PROLOGUE Nor I and nether Neil, had ever known that a place called Kibithu exists in the map of the world, until last October, when on one of those romantic evenings that autumn… Read More →...
by In search of greener pastures on May 17, 2012

Photo Of The Day ~ Sky, Oranges

Walong is a small and sleepy village situated besides the spiritual waters of the Lohit River, which flows in the very east of the Indian Himalayas. Here, there is not much to do… Read More →...
by In search of greener pastures on Apr 30, 2012

Photo Of The Day ~ Sky, Oranges

Walong is a small and sleepy village situated besides the spiritual waters of the Lohit River, which flows in the very east of the Indian Himalayas. Here, there is not much to do… Read More →...
by In search of greener pastures on Apr 30, 2012

With Uncle Moosa and friends in Tezu

             It all began with our Uncle. Uncle Moosa we call him. Not just us. Most of East Arunachal calls him that – and for good measure. It is Uncle, as part of a select band of social missionaries, who took a good part of two gener...

With Uncle Moosa and friends in Tezu

             It all began with our Uncle. Uncle Moosa we call him. Not just us. Most of East Arunachal calls him that – and for good measure. It is Uncle, as part of a select band of social missionaries, who took a good part of two gener...


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