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2010-11-16 12:16
Tea tourism is high on the West Bengal Government’s radar. It intends to upgrade accommodation, construct log-cabins, renovate heritage bungalows and undertake landscaping to give a bo… Read More
2010-11-15 22:07
Siliguri is a metropolitan town situated in close vicinity of the eastern Himalayas. It is renowned commercial center in North Bengal. The town is well connected by land, rail and air routes… Read More
2010-11-15 21:57
Sikkim lies nestled under the protective shadow of its guardian deity. Mt Kanchenjunga. This little Himalayan jewel is fast becoming a favorite getaway. Sikkim has a incomparable range of fl… Read More
2010-11-15 21:46
Apart from regular attraction, festivals and ceremonies of Sikkim have charm of their own. The pageantry of the religious festivals and masked dances of the lamas to the tune of typical musi… Read More
2010-11-15 21:42
In the floral drama, it is the orchids who are prima donnas. Sikkim’s orchids are of two categories epiphytes and terrestrial. The epiphytes are better known. And include the famous De… Read More
2010-11-15 21:38
Tibetan Buddhism is divided into the red and yellow sects. The red sect comprises of Nyingma, Kargyu and Sakya lineages and the yellow sect consists of the Gelugpa lineage. The rituals perfo… Read More
2010-11-15 21:34
At the northern tip of Bengal at 7000ft, Darjeeling is nestled in Eastern Himalayas. Take the last winding bend on the mountains and feel pure adrenalin jump through your veins. Darjeeling w… Read More
2010-11-10 23:15
At 5800ft is newest hill station discovered in North Bengal. Best draw in Mirik is Sumendu Lake, set amidst hills carpeted with tea, orange and cardamom plantations. Stretch your legs around… Read More
2010-11-10 23:07
The landscape changes rapidly as you climb from Siliguri. Vast tracts of tea estates all hurtle pass as the car passes through orchid laden forest road of Pankhabari. The land of white orchi… Read More
2010-11-10 22:55
Kalimpong was once a part of Bhutan. In 1865 after losing to an armed British intervention Bhutan ceded Kalimpong to British India. The British missionaries came in during late 1800s and lef… Read More

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