Hi I am Bijit K. Dutta, live in Jorhat, Assam, India.

A Physics graduate and post graduate in Tourism Management.
I travel to explore heritage & wisdom.
I travel around Assam & North East India with my camera, finding interesting stories and super humans. I blog about culture, heritage, festivals, places, events, lifestyle and for people who want to be their own super hero.
I am not a professional writer, nor photographer, but I just love to travel, take photos and sharing my region in front of you.
I am an ordinary person who loves to wander, see, explore places and learn about cultural diversity , human diversity, etc. I am not a rich kind of person like anyone else who choose to travel in other countries. Why would I go first to other countries where in North East India I can find and see many places, people, culture, festivals etc. in a just a cheaper way. And I wonder my life and wallet will be so short to know my region.
I hope you will enjoy my blog posts. Thanks.
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97 responses to “About

  1. Such a beautiful blog. Thanks so much for the like. I love incredible India. Unfortunately, we didn’t get to the North East……4 months in Ahmedaabad, traveled 2 weeks in the North and 10 days in the south to see architecture!

  2. I’m going to have fun looking around yours. I will also pass the url on to friends who travel extensively in India and who want to know more about Assam. Great stuff. Thanks.

  3. Thanks for stopping by our blog and liking our part 2 of our recap of 2013. I have never been to India, but look forward to going through your posts and learning more about it! Happy New Year!

  4. Wow…cool blog…the photos is amazing ….
    India is in my planning for this year. Really can’t wait.!!
    p//s: also thanks for dropping by !!

  5. Thank you for this wonderful blog…makes me connect so closely with the far east of my loving country – INDIA! Thank you so much!

    And many thanks for stopping by Precious Awakening and for following my blog!

  6. Thanks for visiting my blog. We obviously share two interests, namely travel and photography and my real interest is in the country of Lithuania and the capital city Vilnius which I have visted 35 times.

  7. Wonderful photos. I have traveled in South India, lived in Bangalore and visited Rishikesh/Haridwar – but when I go back I would love to explore the north east as well.

  8. I am from Assam, so it feels great to see its beauty captured so well. I too have started writing from quite sometime. Do visit me @http://spectrum-of-life.com

  9. Hi there,
    Thank you for taking the time to stop by and check out my little corner of the blogosphere and the follow, your support is greatly appreciated. Looking forward to seeing more from you πŸ™‚

    Have a great day,


  10. thanks for visiting my “underwater” blog. would love to travel to India some day so looking for inspiration from your photos/stories.

  11. Thanks for stopping by my blog and liking one of my recent posts. I have always wanted to travel to India and have not made it there yet. I look forward to learning more about it through your blog.

  12. Hi,
    I just saw that you started to follow my blog. Thank you! πŸ™‚
    As promised, you will receive an AWESOME postcardfrom me from somewhere mysterious in the world….

    To receive it, fill the contact form with your address on my blog : http://offtowanderland.com/contact/

    I am looking forward to choose a special postcard for you πŸ™‚

  13. hi bijit,
    many thanks for dropping by ever and again and the likes.
    much appreciated. i have visited some of india’s major cities, an incredible experience and sights.
    hope to do the assam region some time.

  14. Hi, Bijit :
    Your features about North India are interesting, and via your blog they have become personalized … and not so remote anymore. Two of my batchmates during my Alexandria-Egypt days were from India, both lawyers. Your pics validate their stories !
    Hope to visit your place someday. It’s in my bucket list !
    Thanks !

  15. Thanks for visiting my blog and liking my most recent post. Great to see your blog, best wishes to you!

  16. Dropped by after seeing your like.(thanks) I never got to India (though my husband spent several years there and I have many Indian friends). Think I will follow and enjoy it vicariously.

  17. Your work is quite beautiful. I enjoyed seeing your photographs. You are very lucky to be able to travel and document such lovely places. Hats off to you, my fellow artist.

  18. Great blog Bijit. Thank you for stopping by mine earlier and leading me here. Look forward to exploring the North East through your travelogues.

  19. I love your story and blog. Touring India has a role in my creating a blog. My daughter-in-law was born in New Delhi and moved to the US with her parents as a young child. This past spring she, my son and two grandchildren spent two months in India visiting countless cousins and seeing marvelous sights, including painting an elephant. It was the first visit for my grandchildren, Kieran aged 11 and Leela aged 9. They both wrote blogs to describe their journey. When I decided to start a blog, Kieran walked me through the Word Press instructions and now here I am.

  20. India has been on my bucket list for a LONG time. Still haven’t been there, still hoping to take a long journey there some day.
    Thanks for stopping by my blog. I’m glad you liked it.

  21. I am very much glad to see your work, promoting North-East Heritage which can represent India to Global context. Photography and detail information can help people to see the soil of North- East. Go Ahead.

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