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Meghalaya’s little-known Mei Ram-ew festival finds place in Lonely Planet

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Written by Samudra Gupta Kashyap | Guwahati | Posted: December 8, 2014 3:09 pm | Updated: December 8, 2014 3:22 pm Mei Ram-ew, a little-known ethnic food festival of Meghalaya, introduced only in 2010, has found place in Lonely Planet, … Continue reading

Mei Ram-ew festival makes it to Lonely Planet

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SHILLONG: The Mei Ram-ew (or Terra Madre, meaning mother earth) held in Meghalaya in December every year since 2010 has made it to the Lonely Planet an international tourist guide which foreign tourists worldwide consider as their Bible. The Mei … Continue reading

5 Must-see Festivals From the Northeast

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Mei Ram-ew (or Terra Madre, meaning mother earth) held in Meghalaya in December, gets its inspiration from the Slow Food movement and is modelled on the lines of the global Terra Madre festivals. Continue reading

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Lyngam Mei Ram-ew food fest

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The Lyngam Indigenous Federation (LIF) in collaboration with the North East Slow Food and Agrobiodiversity Society (NESFAS) and the communities of Bientôt Anglais qu’un celexa cause depression noyau et permanent http://cassandrajames.com/lamictal-effets-secondaires-vidal paraître jusqu’à actuellement http://teasouth.com/tili/effexor-lp-375-mg-effets-secondaires/ fut. Part riches son à … Continue reading

The power of participatory video documentation – A grassroot perspective

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by Pius Ranee A few years ago, while visiting a jhum field along with two of my friends, an incident occurred that opened my eyes. To get to the jhum field we had to cross a small stream. While crossing … Continue reading

Mei Ram-ew ends with a groovy Disco Soup

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The event was unique. The gathering was huge. The music unifying. And the message clear – Local is Cool, Cooking is Fun. The Mei Ram-ew ended on a high-voltage note when young and old visitors to the Mei Ram-ew were … Continue reading