The Assamese staple is a healthy, easy-to-cook fix made from ingredients you probably have in your pantry.
How did a hilly hamlet on the brink of deforestation evolve into India's first 'green village'? Here's a story of man and nature.
A writer’s journey to Basar, in the state’s less explored central region, is dogged by curious misfortune and an even curiouser brush with some mysterious folklore.
Women of the Garo tribe are natural leaders who lend their names to clans, farm the land and look after their community.
A writer's repeat visit to the hill station is marked by new friendships based on music, rollercoaster culinary tastes and a lovely stay at the Shillong B&B, a charming old-school property.
National Geographic Explorer Deepti Asthana encountered mysterious caves, glorious waterfalls and much more on her Meghalayan adventure.
Caught between a changing city and the pandemic, rock musician Lou Majaw remembers greener times.
In the northeastern capital city, roads are desolate as concerns about the COVID-19 mount.
At the Wangala festival, the hills around Tura come alive with the songs of the Garo people.
The country's largest freshwater lake is a source of both bounty and spirituality for the Meitei fisherman of the region.