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.
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.
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.
For this, Kodaikanal in Tamil Nadu and Orchha in Madhya Pradesh are two offbeat destinations in India that you can consider visiting for New Year’s eve.
If offbeat adventure is your thing, Andamans can pack in a punch for the keen traveller.
While some are relatively well known such as the Taj Mahal, others experiences like the Ganga Aarti at the ghats of Varanasi will leave an indelible imprint in your travel memory.
The Taj Mahal is regarded as the best example of Mughal Architecture and aptly described by Nobel laureate and iconic Indian scholar Rabindranath Tagore as ‘A teardrop int he cheek of time’.
The classic India tour will take you to Rajasthan, a must visit for every traveler who wishes to see royalty at its best.
Set along the glorious Arabian Sea coast, with pristine beaches and lush forests, Kerala is rightly called ‘God’s Own Country’.
World renowned for its hospitality and generosity, ‘the land of kings’ – Rajasthan – can only be explained as an unmistakable feeling of seeing royalty at its best.
The tiny Himalayan kingdom is truly blessed by the Lamas to preserve its predominantly Buddhist cultural heritage and its delicate ecosystem of forests and mountains, while embracing globalisation.
The cattle fair exemplifies rustic Rajasthan at its best.
Mandawa used to be a feudal principality and an ancient caravan route at the center of Shekhawati region in the 18th century where traders from China and Middle East used to stop here.
The Dalai Lama’s is teachings offer a solution to our personal crises, which most often define our relationships with people and the universe.
India’s ‘Golden Triangle’ tour is popular tourist circuit that connects three bustling cities of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur.
The Kalachakra ceremony usually draws several thousands every year and it’s rather unusual for tantric initiations to be addressed to a huge public gathering.
Spiritual tourism is a major attraction in Ladakh, and now with better roads and connectivity, it’s no longer difficult to reach Leh.
The traditional, well-balanced Ladakhi society has much to teach other societies about ecological awareness.
If you wish to explore Fort Kochi in its truest form, then do it on foot.
The Qutab Minar, a UNESCO World Heritage Site is located in Delhi. Considered amongst the world’s tallest towers it stands tall at a height of 73 meters. This “Tower of […]
It was 8:00 am and a thick blanket of fog reduced visibility to less than 100 m in Nagaur. We walked out of our camp, a make-shift luxury tent with […]
The War Memorial Arch, better known as India Gate, a memorial to the 82,000 soldiers of the Indian army who gave their lives in World War I. The foundation stone […]
Drive up majestic Rajpath and you will be greeted by breathtaking views of the Rashtrapati Bhawan. The sheer vastness and history of this grandiose British Raj construction is absolutely amazing! […]