About

bamboo SOULS is a blog about North-East region of India, a blog about people, culture…..and whatever belongs to North-East region of India.

The North East is a frontier region of India. One of the most ethically and linguistically diverse regions of this planet Earth, each geographical state from this region has its distinct cultures, languages and traditions. It has border with Bhutan, China, Burma and Bangladesh and is connected to the rest of India by a narrow 15 km wide corridor of land. From ancient times, North East region of India has been the meeting point of many communities, faiths and cultures and since then NORTHEASTERNER are following a dynamic, hearty tradition of harmonious living. A place legendary for its mysterious beauty and mystifying diversity, North East India is the home for more than 200 separate tribes speaking a wide range of languages. The greenness of its landscape, the range of communities and geographical and ecological diversity makes the North East quite different from rest of India. North-East is gifted with picturesque hills, spectacular rivers and meadowy rain forests which shelters thousand of species of flora and fauna.

North East India comprises of seven states commonly known as the “Seven Sisters”. They are Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura.

Bamboo tree is like national tree for this region and is used by all community of North-East India in every aspect of their life. People from this region are having a warm, open heart with characteristic of tall and ever green like a bamboo tree. A northeasterner usually possesses a bamboo soul wherever he/she goes.

If you are a north-easterner and wish to contribute in bamboo SOULS, just mark a mail to me.

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17 Responses to About

  1. kuldip medhi says:

    bahor ATMAt o aase pran. bhal prosesta. bah gasor dare ookh haok ei prosesta…

  2. umananda says:

    It’s been a year I’m attached to this blog.
    Will always salute your effort and dedication. Make it an epitome of the north-east. I can see it growing like the bamboo!!

    Love, peace and wishes!!

  3. Anshu says:

    Hello,

    I just launched a Web site, touting it as an online magazine. One of the sections is called Vivacious India. This section covers stories of India and its places, people, structures, celebration, culture, and more.

    I am looking for someone who can write a piece related to Manipur and other North East states for the Web site. The article should be 1000+ words. I am a freelance writer by profession and have digged in my savings to launch it, so I won’t be able to pay for any of the contribution.

    The Url of the Web site: http://www.willowstalk.com The programming work is still going on, but we are now officially live.

    If interested, please email me.

    Thanks,

    Best Regards,

    Anshu

  4. Bhaal lagil ei online betu paat khonoloi aahi… Keep up the good work.

    Would be happy to contribute in any way.

    May I know where are you based. If you are in Mumbai, we can connect.

  5. Its superb as your other blog posts : D, thanks for putting up. “Talent does what it can genius does what it must.” by Edward George Bulwer-Lytton.

  6. What a beautiful name for your blog! Informative as well. I am on a sort of a search mission on Assam/North Eastern food/cuisine. Again: I somehow got directed to this site; which is good 🙂 I have only taken to some serious blogging in the past few months…and it’s addictive… Will be soon doing an Assamese cook off and posting about it.

  7. I like the helpful information you provide in your articles. I’ll bookmark your weblog and check again here regularly. I’m quite sure I’ll learn lots of new stuff right here! Good luck for the next!

  8. rooplin says:

    how can i send any news content for your website?

  9. Harsha says:

    Nice to Meet a fellow Blogger who hails from NE and share the same vision as mine..Tumak Log Pai bohot bahl lagil…

    http://visitneiindia.wordpress.com
    http://allresourceupdates.wordpress.com

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