MIG TV brings you yet another issue of our monthly video-magazine, Colours of India.
This December, we start our journey from the Himalayan state of Meghalaya as it celebrates the cherry blossom. The capital city Shillong celebrated the various hues of pink with the India International Cherry Blossom Festival that brought together people from all over India and abroad.
Moving on to central India, in the state of Chhattisgarh we enjoy the lush jungles, streams and rivers. We also get to learn more about the local tribal lifestyle and handicrafts that includes Kosa silk, metal sculptures and most importantly bamboo objects.
We then go off the beaten track to Shoghi, a tiny town tucked away in the lower Shivaliks, 13 kilometres short of Shimla in Himachal Pradesh. This town has a number of eco-tourism resorts along with properties that offer a range of adventure activities.
And finally we head to Srinagar, the capital of Jammu & Kashmir, which is home to a number of lakes. Tourists can take a lake tour on a small canoe or shikara to discover the life of its inhabitants.
See you, next month, with more such hidden jewels from India.