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Asia » India » Jharkhand » Ranchi April 5th 2017

They are the ones who have never invaded in to our territory..... #Animals "Betla National Wildlife Sanctuary" is situated in the Dist of Palamu in Jharkhand state. Deers are quite plentifully available here in the open as one enters in to the park . Instead of living in deep forests where they have a constant fear of attacks by Predators,they rather prefer to live and graze in open areas in and around the Forest Guest House and Restaurant.mostly by the evening these deers reach quite close to the Forest suits and watching these Deers grazing fearlessly creates a memory. Apart from the deers ,there are elephants, bisons, monkeys, paecocks and many more species of "animals & birds" are natural inhabitants of this forest.During my visits to this forest by virtue of my posting at Daltonganj (which ... read more
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Asia » India » Jharkhand » Ranchi March 27th 2017

BETLA WILDLIFE SANCTUARY These are the Animals who have never invaded our territory.....#animalkingdom Betla National Park is situated in the Dist of Palamu in Jharkhand state. Deers are quite plentifully available here in the open as one enters in to the park . Instead of living in deep forests where they have a constant fear of attacks by Predators,they rather prefer to live and graze in open areas in and around the Forest Guest House and Restaurant.mostly by the evening these deers reach quite clost to the Forest suits and watching these Deers grazing fearlessly gives a beautiful visual experience. At Betla National Forest Elephants,Bisons,Monkeys,Paecocks and many more animals & Birds are natural inhabitants of this forest.During my visits to this forest by virtue of my posting at Daltonganj (which is around 27 km away from ... read more
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Asia » India » Jharkhand » Ranchi February 18th 2017

2 settimane lontani dall' India e gia' se ne avverte la mancanza; del traffico impossibile, della marea di gente che ti circonda, del rumore ad ogni ora, dell'immondizia gettata dappertutto, degli autobus stracolmi, delle fogne a cielo aperto e delle puzze che ti assalgono: ebbene si', sotto sotto mi sento un po in colpa per essere fuggito alle Andamane, col suo mare e l'aria pulita, lontano dal caos che governa il subcontinente: troppo facile direbbe qualcuno! E' con questo spirito di sfida che mi imbarco da Port Blair sulla nave che in tre lunghi giorni mi riportera' indietro e a bordo della quale avro' modo di studiare la situazione e decidere sul da farsi. Dopo lunghe notti insonni dovute al pianto degli onnipresenti neonati al seguito delle famigli indiane, decido di tentare il tutto per tutto ... read more
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Asia » India » Jharkhand » Jamshedpur June 19th 2016

Life is a journey. And we all make that journey in one form or other. Today I want to share a journey with you, - no, it’s not my journey. It’s the journey of my father. His last journey. It’s the journey that touched a chord of my heart and made me write this story. I submitted this story earlier in a contest, but in a slightly different format. As some of you may have read my profile, my father has been a big influence in shaping my life,- how I see this world, how I feel about the people I meet, how much I love to absorb the Nature around me. To me, he has always been bigger than life. He inspired me to settle in life the way I wanted, to do things I ... read more
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My parents in New England with me
At camp site in Lake Placid

Asia » India » Jharkhand » Jamshedpur February 21st 2016

India is a diverse country. Many from all over the world travel to destinations like Taj Mahal, Delhi, Jaipur, Udaypur, backwater of Kerala, Mysore and many, many more. Each place has its own signature, own story to tell. They have their historic footprints, natural beauties, lovely sea beaches, or tropical forests. I have travelled to many of these tourist meccas when I grew up in India and later, when I visited during my trips. But the places closer to my heart are not one of them. It is my love for the obscure hills of Santal Paraganas, now called Jharkhand, that always drove me crazy. Chahal, Chungru, Latehar, Daltonganj, Ranchi, Hazaribag, Baghmundi, where the red dusts from the dry earth fly around in the summer winds, the big Sal trees make canopy over the lonely roads ... read more
Breakfast with Himadri and Barnali in Jamshedpur
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Asia » India » Jharkhand » Bokaro Steel City November 13th 2015

We started our journey at 8:00 in the morning. It took around 3 hours to reach our destination which is Majestic Maithon Dam, located between the border of Jharkhand and West Bengal. The dam is owned and governed by DVC (Damodar Valley Corporation). The roads were OK with mix of bumpy and smooth rides. First thing first, it is one of the most beautiful places in Jharkhand if you love lakes. There is a separate parking & washroom for the visitors there with 20-30 ready to eat food stalls (Pani puri, chat & Chinese snacks) just beside the parking. There a lots of places near the dam, where one can relax and enjoy the mother nature. This place is great for photography. Speed boats and normal boats are available round the year. The ticket ranges from ... read more
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Asia » India » Jharkhand » Jamshedpur April 24th 2015

Travelling is a meditation, A new place, new culture, new food and in laps of nature. Hey friends take a break from het-tic, busy and monotonous life -- Jump into laps of nature, will give you immense peace of mind and relaxation of body. You know, you can call travelling as an invention too, invention of a new place, new people, their different lifestyle, their food--- So exciting! Isn't it! Today I want to take you to laps of Himalayas --- So pure, so fresh. Kashmir! People called it Heaven on Earth, I used to wonder, why it is called so! I couldn't find answer but when I visited the place it itself gave me answer, each part of it was telling me why it is called heaven on earth. There are all over big snow ... read more
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Asia » India » Jharkhand » Ranchi March 31st 2015

Rider interested to join a road trip From Ranchi to Gangtok. Hello, First of all let me introduce myself, My name is Ravi Shankar kumar from Ranchi, I'm planning a road trip by the end of April 2015 from Ranchi to Gangtok And return to Ranchi (basically a round trip), of total 1600kms (approx. via West Bengal). So, I'm looking for one or two serious motorcycle rider interested to join me in this trip. let me give you some more details about the trip. 1) The trip will take about 7-9 days to complete and explore places cause i don't want to ride insanely and forget the beauty around us also it will only cause fatigue, pain and stress and hamper the enjoyment. 2) We'll go to Nathu la, Gangtok Indo-China border from there we'll start ... read more
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Asia » India » Jharkhand June 25th 2014

Towards the end of our 4th. Year engineering studies, there was a long weekend on the occasion of holi and three of us decided to slip out of the campus over the holidays. Long ago I had read two short pieces namely, Sarenda – Land of seven hundred hills and One night at Thalkobad by the famous writer, Bibhuti Bhushan Bandyopadhyay on his escapades to Chhotanagpur forest. Without much information on the area (sadly no Wikipedia or Google those days!), we set out for the forest…I vaguely remembered that Bibhuti Bhushan had travelled from Chaibasa to Sarenda. From Kharagpur station, three of us boarded the night passenger train to Chaibasa via Tatanagar and reached Chaibasa in the morning. On enquiring with the local folks, it revealed that the road access to Thalkobad was from a railway ... read more




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