Why A Bike Trip Is Better Than A Freak Out Trip

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Photo of Why A Bike Trip Is Better Than A Freak Out Trip by niraj.tnau
Photo of Why A Bike Trip Is Better Than A Freak Out Trip by niraj.tnau
Photo of Why A Bike Trip Is Better Than A Freak Out Trip by niraj.tnau
Photo of Why A Bike Trip Is Better Than A Freak Out Trip by niraj.tnau
Photo of Why A Bike Trip Is Better Than A Freak Out Trip by niraj.tnau
Photo of Why A Bike Trip Is Better Than A Freak Out Trip by niraj.tnau
Photo of Why A Bike Trip Is Better Than A Freak Out Trip by niraj.tnau
Photo of Why A Bike Trip Is Better Than A Freak Out Trip by niraj.tnau
Photo of Why A Bike Trip Is Better Than A Freak Out Trip by niraj.tnau
Photo of Why A Bike Trip Is Better Than A Freak Out Trip by niraj.tnau
Photo of Why A Bike Trip Is Better Than A Freak Out Trip by niraj.tnau
Photo of Why A Bike Trip Is Better Than A Freak Out Trip by niraj.tnau
Photo of Why A Bike Trip Is Better Than A Freak Out Trip by niraj.tnau
Photo of Why A Bike Trip Is Better Than A Freak Out Trip by niraj.tnau
Photo of Why A Bike Trip Is Better Than A Freak Out Trip by niraj.tnau
Photo of Why A Bike Trip Is Better Than A Freak Out Trip by niraj.tnau
Photo of Why A Bike Trip Is Better Than A Freak Out Trip by niraj.tnau
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Among many Bike rides, it was longest of its kind. Generally I plan for one day trip my Friend Dhansuk is always with me. Our ride, no matter how long it is it starts at 9:00 Am. We met at Rupai Siding (A place in Assam), went to Dirak Gate, had halt at Bridge. Then crossing wonderful roads ahead Namsai to reach Golden Pagoda (A scenic and beautiful Place to Visit). Then we crossed many small monasteries to reach ChongKham. Then welcome to Orange Valley, Wakro (Driving into Wakro, visitors are welcomed by the sign indicating that this is the country of oranges. Orange cultivation, introduced on a commercial scale over twenty years ago, has changed the lives of many Mishmis in Wakro. Orange trees cover almost 10,000 hectares of land. Walking through Wakro during the fruiting season, past orange laden trees, is an unforgettable experience.

Wakro is inhabited primarily by the Mishmis. The Mishmis or the Deng are an ethnic group comprising of three tribes, the Idu Mishmis (Idu Lhoba); Digaro tribe (Taraon, Darang Deng), and Miju Mishmi (Kaman Deng). Racially, all three are from the same stock and are believed to have come from Burma.) Kamlang Wild Life Sanctuary ( Perfect for Birds Lover) headed towards high and low to reach Final destination Porshuram Kund. A perfect day with loads of fun. with an Emerging Camera Man @Dhansuk. 

Some general observation during trip - Never predict your journey based on distance, 130 Km means 2 Hr. 10 Min @ 60 Km/ Hr. Because roads sucks and some time it takes 15 km to be covered in 60 Min. Carry juice to keep yourself energetic. Don't keep too much of oily stuff for diet. 

Why Bike Ride -
 
Because we can do better photography.
We can have more fun.
We can feel the pain of Trip :P
 
Golden Pagoda, It is also called KONGMU KHAM, It is situated 15 Km away from Namsai, Arunachal Pradesh. It is Buddhist Monastery, Many Buddhist peoples live in Near by area.
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Photo of Golden Pagoda by niraj.tnau
Photo of Golden Pagoda by niraj.tnau
Photo of Golden Pagoda by niraj.tnau
It is situated in Arunachal Pradesh after crossing Dirak Gate, Border between Assam and Arunachal Pradesh.
Photo of Namsai, Arunachal Pradesh, India by niraj.tnau
Final destination, 130 Km away from Rupai Siding. 70 Km from Namsai, roads are not all good, From Wakro , Orange Valley, we have to go high for another 12-14 Km. A scenic view from top.
Photo of Parsuram Kund, Arunachal Pradesh, India by niraj.tnau
Photo of Parsuram Kund, Arunachal Pradesh, India by niraj.tnau
Photo of Parsuram Kund, Arunachal Pradesh, India by niraj.tnau
Photo of Parsuram Kund, Arunachal Pradesh, India by niraj.tnau
Photo of Parsuram Kund, Arunachal Pradesh, India by niraj.tnau
Photo of Parsuram Kund, Arunachal Pradesh, India by niraj.tnau
Photo of Parsuram Kund, Arunachal Pradesh, India by niraj.tnau
Photo of Parsuram Kund, Parsuram Kund, Arunachal Pradesh by niraj.tnau
Photo of Parsuram Kund, Parsuram Kund, Arunachal Pradesh by niraj.tnau
Photo of Parsuram Kund, Parsuram Kund, Arunachal Pradesh by niraj.tnau
My place .. from where I started my Journey ..
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riving into Wakro, visitors are welcomed by the sign indicating that this is the country of oranges. Orange cultivation, introduced on a commercial scale over twenty years ago, has changed the lives of many Mishmis in Wakro. Orange trees cover almost 10,000 hectares of land. Walking through Wakro during the fruiting season, past orange laden trees, is an unforgettable experience. Wakro is inhabited primarily by the Mishmis. The Mishmis or the Deng are an ethnic group comprising of three tribes, the Idu Mishmis (Idu Lhoba); Digaro tribe (Taraon, Darang Deng), and Miju Mishmi (Kaman Deng). Racially, all three are from the same stock and are believed to have come from Burma.
Photo of Wakro, Arunachal Pradesh, India by niraj.tnau
Wakro and its surrounds, offers some interesting options for visitors. Perhaps the best known and oft visited place is the Parshuram Kund. Located 20 km away from Wakro it is also known as Brahma Kund, and is one of the most revered spots for Hindus.
Photo of Wakro, Wakro, Arunachal Pradesh 792102 by niraj.tnau
Photo of Wakro, Wakro, Arunachal Pradesh 792102 by niraj.tnau
Photo of Wakro, Wakro, Arunachal Pradesh 792102 by niraj.tnau
Photo of Wakro, Wakro, Arunachal Pradesh 792102 by niraj.tnau
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