Someone said life under Himalayan shadow depends on the uncertainty of the nature. This thought became clear in my mind when I woke up in the morning of March and saw Thimphu, the capital city of Bhutan turned from colorful city into monochrome with icy snow. Bhutanese has been waiting for their first snow forContinue reading Life under Himalayan shadow
When ordinary boys ride bicycles. He ride a racing buffalo. Meet Hon, 11 years old. the youngest buffalo jockey. He risks his life to become a master of buffalo racing Buffalo Racing Festival, in Chonburi. It’s one of the most celebrated events in Thailand. The event held annually for more than 140 years. Thai jockeyContinue reading The Youngest Buffalo Jockey
The Road from Agartala to Dhalai is insanely curved across the high mountain. More than 70% area is hilly and forest covered. The terrain is mostly undulating and hilly. My stuffs were shook back and forth inside the car’s trunk. Luckily, I didn’t pack any fragile stuff in my luggage, just ordinary things that keptContinue reading The Trip of No Return Home
How can we reduce risks and improve life of all elephants? Creating the haven for them is an answer. Baan Tha Klang village in Surin province, Thailand, is a hallmark of Asian elephant’s sanctuary. Its unique and innovative concept aims at improving the living conditions of captive elephants. By providing economic sustainability for their mahoutsContinue reading Could we live with Big brothers?
What makes you are a good diver? Hi-tech equipment, best instructors or money? You need nothing, if you were ‘Son of the Ocean’ Moken are a tribe in the Andaman Sea, Thailand They live a semi-nomadic lifestyle. 90% of their life depend on the ocean Which make them become the real life mermaid. They canContinue reading Son of The Ocean
The pilgrimage season to Hoshin- ji has started from January until early February when the weather is severely cold. All the monks leave the monastery in group of 10 to 15 and go to different parts of town for about 4 hours in the morning. Monks generally wear traditional clothes. The hat is worn byContinue reading The Rain of Dharma: When consciousness and concentration meet