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The Ins and outs of Pilgrimage and the Adventures to Singye Dzong

The Ins and outs of Pilgrimage and the Adventures to Singye Dzong

“Geographical pilgrimage is the symbolic acting out of an inner journey, the interpolation of meanings and signs of the outer pilgrimage.” – The Cistercian monk Thomas Merton   The Motivation… Read more »

The Happy Tourist from Bhutan

The Happy Tourist from Bhutan

On July 1st 2011, I left the hills of Bhutan to study in Spain with a grant from the ERASMUS MUNDUS SCHOLARSHIP, which allowed me to pursue a Master’s program… Read more »

LONDON CALLING

LONDON CALLING

A course offered by Reuters on photography in London was very enticing. Just the thought of being in a city, with so much history, heritage, culture, and art, stirred up… Read more »

KOLKATA -THE ETERNAL CITY

KOLKATA -THE ETERNAL CITY

Of all the Indian metropolises, few are as misconstrued as Kolkata. To many, it is synonymous with bleakness, associated with beggars and slums, congested traffic, diehard communists, and drained out… Read more »

WHEN IN DELHI…

WHEN IN DELHI…

After the peace and quiet of Paro valley you’ll be excused for suffering a culture shock when you land in Delhi. It is a city boiling with multitudes and swarming… Read more »

A Trip to Remember

A Trip to Remember

By SONAM ONGMO We had come to the last leg of our travels in Bhutan, and we were now ready to end it with the highlight of it all –… Read more »

From  Lisbon  with Love

From Lisbon with Love

By ARUN BHATTARAI A scholarship titled “Doc Nomads” had me enticed with the idea of being the literal nomad in a strange land. This was how I came to be… Read more »

The  Ultimate  Experience

The Ultimate Experience

By MANAN KARKI It wasn’t until the first few seconds prior to the jump that I felt the first tinge of fear, of panic, of terror. Now, I’ve always been… Read more »

Amazing Thailand, Indeed!

Amazing Thailand, Indeed!

A grade 12 student at Woodstock School in Mussoorie, India, talks about her experiences at the elephant rehabilitation center in Chiang Mai. I love Thailand. I love everything about it;… Read more »

A Bhutanese finds  Norzin Lam in Istanbul

A Bhutanese finds Norzin Lam in Istanbul

I will unashamedly admit, that while the un-abiding of traffic rules in Bhutan and India can drive me nuts sometimes, in Istanbul I found myself at home and realizing I… Read more »