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Articles labelled ‘travel’

  • Woman in Charge

    Woman in Charge: Dreams

    At this moment, more than anything, she wished she too could giggle and laugh and read words and whisper secrets.
  • Woman in Charge

    Woman in Charge: Mother

    At times like these, Tara missed the gentle music of her village, which was so unlike this town.
  • Woman in Charge

    Woman in Charge: Respect

    Hair that shined in the morning light, ruddy cheeks, small eyes, and full lips. Their gaze, she knew, rested on her.
  • Woman in Charge

    Woman in Charge: Pradhan

    'Woman in Charge' is a new series, based on true events, that explores the life of a female Pradhan in a Kumaoni village.
  • Veer-Zaara

    In Chefchaouen with Shah Rukh Khan

    While I love Shah Rukh Khan as irrationally as the next person, he did cost me a flip phone and some loose change.
  • Jaipur Literature Festival 2016

    Fest Foot Forward

    On discovering the magic of the Jaipur Literature Festival for the first time.
  • Jodhpur

    Into the Desert

    It was a solid plan; to fall asleep before the cold got to us. Or so we thought.
  • A Foodie's Day in Beijing

    A Foodie’s Day Out in Beijing

    For the patient, curious, and intrepid traveller, there is almost no better place for a food adventure.
  • Air India

    Ghosts of Homecomings Past

    Flying Air India somehow brings out the unreasonable, the rebellious, and the ridiculous in a disconcertingly large number of passengers.
  • Bhaji Gully

    A Portrait of Bhaji Gully

    A small fire pierces the indigo chill, while the rough bristles of a broom scrape the stained pavements.
  • Ralegan Siddhi

    Chasing Anna

    For people living in Pune, the village of Ralegan Siddhi is not such an unusual choice for a day picnic.
  • Shrunken Heads

    The Tourism of Grief

    Dark tourism—travelling to places associated with death, pain, and suffering—is the dirty little secret of the tourism industry.

The Tap #1

By Ramya Sriram