With a few days in hand to explore Himachal, before we started a photography assignment we had undertaken, we looked at the map for some travel ideas. It was the
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Dibru Saikhowa Wildlife Sanctuary had caught our attention since the time we decided to make our first trip to Northeast India. We were looking at the map to get an idea of the places we could visit and this piece of land in the middle of what looked like the mighty Brahmaputra looked intriguing. That it was a wildlife sanctuary meant that we had to visit it.
The Basar Confluence made us selfish. In the course of its three days, we experienced a beautiful perfection. It took possession of our hearts. So much so, that we wanted
Or, what we think responsible travel is and why travelling around the world has made us better people (we think!). Also, why we think it’s important to become better, more