Monday, September 15, 2014

The Secret of Indian Tribes and Their Hot Women

Stunning Ladakhi (J&K) Tribal Beauty
Stunning Ladakhi (J&K) Tribal Beauty
Beautiful Tribal woman from Sikkim
Beautiful Tribal woman from Sikkim


























30 years my travel in my India and she continues to baffle me...
The ancient and mysterious with occult culture,  spiritual and paranormal with the otherworldly beauty of the women of the tribal world in India had been a stunning revelation for me. I just want more and more..

India, along with Africa, has the largest tribal population in the world. The statistics are quite astonishing: the 533 different tribes, made up of more than 80 million tribals, represents almost 10% of India's population.
The other incredible fact is that the tribal women in India are the most beautiful tribals in the world
The lives of the tribes in India are closely tied to nature, and they inhabit some of the most pristine and picturesque environments in the country. Largely unaffected by the modern world, they're very simple and often curious people, who have retained their rituals and customs.

Here are six of the best places to tour, tribal beauty in India, and get an unforgettable experience of why are they attractive and happy.


With my own past experiences, though not common, if girls like you, you can look forward for a combative and ecstastic sex. 

Where to find them in India?


1. Nagaland and Northeast India
2. Orissa
3. Chhattisgarh
4. Rajasthan
5. Maharashtra
6. Andaman Islands
However, due to migration over the period of time, these tribes are seen in other states, including  Goa, Himachal, Ladakh-J&K, Assam to name a few more.


TRIBAL TOURS


1. Nagaland and Northeast India

Angtam Tribal Beauty, Nagaland
Angtam Tribal Beauty, Nagaland





There are 16 major tribes in untamed Nagaland, which shares a border with Myanmar in remote north east India. Whether you venture to the villages just a few hours from Kohima, or to the far-off districts of Mon and Mokokchung, you're sure to be engaged by the fascinating tribal village life in Nagaland.













Khasi Tribal beauty, Meghalaya
Khasi Tribal beauty, Meghalaya 
Where women of India rule the roost and men demand gender equality...
The Khasi people of north-eastern India are a matrilineal society and some men aren't happy
The Khasi, who number about 1 million in India's northeastern state of Meghalaya, carry on the
matrilocal tradition. The youngest daughter inherits, children take their mother's surname, and once married, men live in their mother-in-law's home.
In the state capital Shillong, women wear skirts to church, put on lipstick and drive their cars with their windows open, listening to music. Many are happy to stay single.

Tours: Greener Pastures, offer many different tribal tours. Their newest tour is an extensive 32 day Tribal Frontiers of Northeast India tour through Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, and Nagaland.
Contact: Here


2. Odisha (Orissa)

Khasi Tribal beauty, Meghalaya
Khasi Tribal beauty, Meghalaya 
The largest number of tribes, 62, can be found in Orissa. These ancient people with mystical ancient ways dwell in Orissa's remote, deep forests and hilly interiors. Most of them are in the southwest part of the state. You'll need to go on an organized tour to visit the tribes in Orissa as some tribal areas are quite inaccessible and require permits, and language is also a barrier. Puri is the best place to arrange tribal tours. Tours run for at least five nights/six days, due to the amount of travel involved.

Tours: Heritage Tours operates a 7 day Tribal Wonders tour.  Also try community-based Grass Routes Journeys in Puri, which run 13 day tribal trail tours. Alternatively, stay at the boutique Chandoori Sai Guest House in the heart of tribal Orissa.
Contact: 
Heritage Tours
Grassroutes Journeys


3. Chhattisgarh

Tribal Beauties from States of central India
Tribal Beauties from States of central India
Bordering Odisha, over a third of its population is tribal, with most of them living in the thickly forested areas in the Bastar region. The tribes, which are predominantly Gonds, are known for producing beautiful arts and crafts, music and dance, and unorthodox marriage practices. Young men and women live together in groups in Ghotul huts and interact freely before getting married. The Dusshera festival is one of the most important festivals of the region, and is celebrated in unique style there.

Tours: Make your way to Royal Bastar Farm, which forms part of the tribal village. You'll get to interact closely with the tribes in their daily life.
For Top Tribal Stay: Here

Economical short tours Official website of Chattisgarh:
http://www.chhattisgarhtourism.net/node/51
Download package brochure: 
Here


4. Rajasthan

Desert Tribal Beauty from Jaisalmer, Rajasthan
Desert Tribal Beauty from Jaisalmer, Rajasthan





Around 15% of Rajasthan's population is tribal. The Bhil tribe, the predominant group, were amongst the original inhabitants of Rajasthan. You can also celebrate the Holi festival in traditional style in Banswara with the Bhils.








Conveniently located not far from Jodhpur, Bishnoi village provides an authentic experience of rural Rajasthan. The fascinating Bishnoi tribe reveres nature and live in harmony with it, so much so that they bury their dead (instead of burn them like other Hindus) to preserve trees as wood is used in cremation.
Bishnoi Village Tribal stunning beauty, Rajasthan
Bishnoi Village Tribal stunning beauty



Tours: You can go on a Bishnoi Village Safari from Jodhpur. You'll be able to visit artisans such as weavers, potters and block printers, and spot wildlife. For a traditional stay, two of the best options are Chhotaram Prajapat's Homestay and Bishnoi Village Camp and Resort.

Contact: Tribal Tours and Bishnoi village







5. Maharashtra and Gujrat

Bhil Tribal beauty, Maharastra and Gujrat
Bhil Tribal beauty, Maharastra and Gujrat




Maharashtra and Gujrat has a large tribal population. The state is home to almost 50 tribes, with the main ones being Bhils, Gonds, Mahadeo Kolis, Pawras, Thakurs and Warlis.

Tours: Grassroutes, a community based rural tourism venture, runs regular trips to Purushwadi village, home of the Mahadeo Koli tribe. The tribe lives in harmony with nature there, earning a living through farming. You'll be able to stay with the tribal families and experience what it's like to live in a tribal village.
Contact: Here






6. Andaman Islands

Primitive beauties of now forbidden tribe Jawara, Andaman Islands
Primitive beauties of now forbidden tribe Jawara, Andaman Islands
The tribes of the Andaman Islands – the Jarawa, Great Andamanese, Onge and Sentinelese – are believed to have lived in their Indian Ocean home for up to 55,000 years.
They are now vastly outnumbered by several hundred thousand Indians, who have settled on the islands in recent decades. Though their territory is now closed, not before the damage done by human safaries and exploitation.

Contact for tribal tours: Here


Saturday, September 6, 2014

Did You Stay in Heaven and Returned Safely? If Not Hit the Road

View from Pithoragarh
View of Himalaya from Pithoragarh

The road from Lohaghat which brings you to Mount Abbot takes you further to PITHORAGARH, "the little Kashmir of Kumaon" but, just after leaving Mount Abbot(10km), the road to your left takes you to another heavenly Himalayan wonder-CHAUKORI, a small but an unforgettable hill station at a height of more than 7000 ft!!

So let's go to first to...

Pithoragarh in Uttarakhand

Pithoragarh at the height of 1650 meter above sea level, the easternmost district of Kumaon in Uttarakhand is bordered by Tibet on the north and Nepal in the east. The town is situated in a small valley 2 Km by 5 Km. Popularly known as the Soar Valley, it lies at the center of four hills - Chandak, Dhwaj, Thal Kedar and Kundar. This lesser known part of Kumaon is very picturesque and often referred to as ‘Mini Kashmir’.

Pithoragarh is not only to enjoy natural beauty, but also a chance to try various adventure sports, such as white river rafting, hang-gliding and skiing. So whether you want to spend a holiday close to nature or have the time of your life, it leaves a lasting impact on your mind!

Pithoragarh was once a stronghold of the Chand Rajas, and the temples and ruined forts bear witness to their rule. The town lay on the old trade route to Tibet and is still en route the spiritual and sacred trail to Mount Kailash and Lake Mansarovar.

Attain Bliss


Narain Ashram in Pithoragarh
Narain Ashram in Pithoragarh
1. Naraian Ashram
140 kms from Pithoragarh, Narayan Ashram is situated at an elevation of 2734 mts. This hermitage was established by Narayan Swami in 1936. The Ashram is a spiritual cum socio-educational centre. Visit this out of this world, abode, a place so mundane and calm, a place that has been teeming with energy of serenity to rejuvenate you.
How to reach: 
By Road: From Pithoragarh, motorable upto Tawaghat (19 kms from Dharchula) 

2. Thal Kedar
Thal Kedar is a holy Shaivite pilgrim site. This place is dedicated to Lord Shiva.  During  Shivaratri , a number of devotees gather at Thal Kedar. Thal Kedar is situated at a distance of 15 km from the Pithoragarh town and can be reached by trekking from Pithoragarh or Nakuleswar temple 

Sites to Visit


  1. Abbot Mount: 7Km from Lohaghat in Pithoragarh district with Bungalows belonging to the colonial era. Abbot Mount provides a panoramic view of Northern Himalayan ranges like Nanda Devi, Nanda Kot, Trishul, Panchchuli.
  2. Anchherital: A beautiful lake 3,658 meters above sea level, Anchherital of Pithoragarh district is one of the high ranges lake in the Kumaon hills.
  3. Askot Musk Deer Sanctuary: Located in Askot near Didihat, spread over 599.93 square kilometers, Askot Musk Deer Sanctuary in Pithoragarh district conserves musk deer and other wildlife.
  4. Baleshwar: Baleshwar is 76Km from Pithoragarh town, on Tanakpur road Baleshwar lies in Champawat district. In Baleshwar, you can see many beautiful temples built during the Chand dynasty in the 8th century, Baleshwar Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is the most renowned temple and is declared as National Heritage Monument and Archeological Survey of India (ASI) looks after the temple since 1952. Every year on Maha ShivaRatri, a fair participated by large population is held in this region.
  5. Belkot Village: 10Km from Berinag on the foothills of Kumaon Hills, Belkot is loved for the healthy climate and a Bhagwati temple in the village is well visited by devotees around Pithoragarh and nearby districts.
  6. Berinag: 102Km from Pithoragarh district, bestowed by nature’s grace and tea garden at 2010 meters above sea level, Berinag provides a panoramic view of snow-capped Himalayan peaks. Nag (snake) on its own name, Berinag named after Nagveni King Benimadhava houses different Nag (snake) temples like Dhaurinag, Feninag, Kalinag, Bashukinag, Pinglenag and Harinag.
  7. Betuli Dhar: 5Km from Munsiyari, high altitude alpine meadow Betuli Dhar provides an ideal Ski range with perfect slope to entertain those choosing Skiing as recreational adventure sports.
  8. Chandak: 7Km from district headquarter Pithoragarh, 1,830 meters above sea level, Chandak named after the Chanda Rakshyas (devil) killed by goddess Durga to hand back Sworga (heaven) to Indra- the King of heaven, provides spectacular view of Pithoragarh valley also called Swar Valley.
  9. Chaukori: Famous for orchards and tea gardens, 2010 meters above sea level, Chaukori in Pithoragarh district is 10Km from Benirag, another spot famous for tea gardens. You will enjoy the spectacular panorama of snow clad Himalayan peaks and the beautiful landscape. Chaukori is famous among the adventurers seeking for peace and isolation from the everyday busy schedule of city life. A vantage point to Himalayas, Chaukori is an ideal holiday destination among Indian and foreign tourists. You will be overwhelmed by the breathtaking sunrise and sunset views from Chaukori.
  10. Chipla Kedar: An excellent trekking destination in Pithoragarh, Chhipla Kedar provides beautiful landscape, spectacular views and enchanting beauty to those who visit or trek through this place. Situated 4,626 meters above sea level, Chipla Kedar is 34Km from Tawaghat of Pithoragarh district.
  11. Chiplakot: On Jaulijibi to Munsiyari road at 3,090 meters above sea level, Chiplakot slope in Pithoragahr district has a perfect Skiing setting and entertains a huge number of Skiers every year from and outside Dev Bhoomi Uttarakhand.
  12. Dharchula: On the bank of Kali river, Dharchula valley- 90Km from Pithoragarh town is surrounded by the beautiful mountains and is mostly treaded by the pilgrimages to Kailash Manas Sarovar. Dharchula is geographically split between India and Nepal, its counterpart in Nepal is known as Darchula.
  13. Dhwaj: Abode of Lord Shiva and goddess Durga (incarnation of goddess Parvati, Dhwaj mountain- 2,134 meters above the sea level, lies 15Km from Pithoragarh town. The sacred mountain is full of greenery with dense forest consisting large endemic plants.
  14. Didihat: Ornamented with natural flora, Didihat town, 54Km from Pithoragarh town, is a major tourist destination on the Kumaon Hills. With Charamgad river flowing placidly and fertile Hatt Valley sitting quietly below it, Didihat is on the top of hill plain Digtarh.
  15. Gangolihat: Popular for ancient temples like Haat Kalika dedicated to goddess Kali, Ambika Dewaal, Chamunda temple, Vaishnavi temple on top of Shail Parvat from where other Himalayan peaks can be seen , Mahakali temple dedicated to Shiva-Shakti and underground caves like Patal Bhuvneshwar, Shaileshwar Gufa, Mukteshwar Gufa and Bholeshwar Gufa, Gangolighat is 77Km from Pithoragarh town. Hatkalika fair celebrated every year in Gangolihat is famous for the Nepali goods sold during the fair.

Paragliding


Blessed with surreal natural beauty, Pithoragarh is one of the most preferred spots in the state. But it’s not all that bounds visitors to this place. One of the most talked about adventure sports Paragliding is performed in this stunning location throughout the year. So, don’t miss this opportunity and indulge in Paragliding under the assistance of trained experts in Pithoragarh this time.
Paragliding at Pithoragarh
Paragliding at Pithoragarh
                                  

Other Sports


You can enjoy rafting and canoeing at places near to Pithoragarh. There are also possibilities for hang-gliding and other adventure sports. Khaliya Top and Batulidhar are perfect was skiing and other sports. Fishing can be enjoyed at the rivers in the district.

You can contact :http://www.hillresortsinindia.com-for further details and bookings from Delhi
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Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Little Known 10 Wacky Images of India | Get Tickled

Vehicle to carry the bus
This happens only in India! -Vehicle to carry the bus
India is thickly set with a mind-stirring mix of landscapes and cultural traditions. A proud nation with great masses of diverse people who in spite of hardships and miseries continue to defy life by laughing it out and charting their own bright future. Perhaps the only country in the world which can make you laugh, cry, dance, shocked, amazed and fall in love in a single day! Your journey through this intoxicating country will blaze in your memory long after you've left its shore...

Feel her below-

Laughing on Indian Roads and at Life Situations

Chivalry at work!
Hey! Turn your hand and head, both.
Hey! Turn your hand and head, both.
Don't donate blood on the road!
Don't donate blood on the road!

Married? Drive carefully
Married? Drive carefully

Enjoying the tiring job: Indian police
Enjoying the tiring job: Indian police
Tandoori vagina masala?
You mean tandoori vag... masala, served here?

A unique milking blow job!
A unique milking bl** job!
Enough!  She is aboard.
Enough!  She is aboard.

Indian magician: Releasing smoke through the ears!
Indian magician: Releasing smoke through the ears!