To absorb a distinct sense of the place, visit it’s golden shoreline, the Dansborg fort and its numerous colonial structures that seamlessly weave its history with the present.
This is the first time any cruise ship has operated from India.
Only a handful of families within the fishermen community still practice stilt fishing.
No, this is not Pushkar. But much like the Pushkar fair, this too is a very vibrant affair and an unforgettable experience.
This ambitious railway connectivity in the Indian state of Uttarakhand is aimed at promoting pilgrimage as well as tourism with focus on economic development in the region
With a depth of 20 meters, with 13 levels, it is one of the most popular wells in the region.
It was abandoned by Mughal Emperor Akbar in 1585 almost after its completion as the spring-fed lake that supplied water to the city dried up.
If you love landscapes, there’s no better time than right now to experience the train journey.
Viewing the city through the prism of nostalgia brought back scenes from 1995: well-preserved colonial buildings, colonnaded market areas, ganji-clad hand-drawn rickshaw pullers, the omnipresent yellow taxis, a deluge of people on streets, familiar tram system cutting across the road and several dilapidated structures from yesteryears left unattended.
A visit to Spiti is incomplete without a halt at the gompa.
The imminent onset of Summer brings a whole new set of travel possibilities.
Cenotaphs in Orchha,Madhya Pradesh. Orchha Located on the banks of the tranquil Betwa river, Orchha is a historic village testament to a brilliant display of Mughal and Bundelkhand architecture. The […]
Some lesser-known places from this culturally rich land in the upper reaches of Himachal Pradesh that few talk about.
More countries have opened their doors and hearts to foreigners who now have a visa-on-arrival option to travel here.
Respect a slower pace of life and focus more on the journey in reaching the final outcome. In that sense, life is really about the journey, not the outcome.