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  • Why I Love Delhi

    Delhi’s oldness is alternative to, independent of, but equally conscious and respectful of the new.
  • Hidden-Away Surprises

    Bylakuppe is a colourful slice of Tibet hidden away in the southern half of India.
  • Book Review: Reflected in Water

    This part-travelogue, part-reverie helps reinvent Goa, a place that is largely misunderstood.
  • Book Review: Highway on My Plate

    A book that tempts you to ditch your sedentary lifestyle and drive around India, just to experience the country's diverse food culture.
  • At the Altar

    Pallassena is a village that is proud of its temples and traditions, culture, and above all, simplicity.
  • The Cleanest Village in Asia

    Nestled up in a corner of Meghalaya and shrouded within clouds, Mawlynnong is like something out of a fairy tale.
  • Book Review: The Masque of Africa

    The book provides riveting anecdotes for those who have not been to Africa, but don’t let Naipaul sum it all up for you.
  • Rock the Baht

    Seven golden rules for a thoroughly enjoyable time in Thailand—on a budget.
  • Khublai Shibhon, Sohra

    Sohra is at most a two-hour drive from Shillong—scenic, with rolling greens and misty blues.
  • Kasol Capers

    Visiting Kasol in January is a little bizarre, but an adventure nonetheless.
  • On the Fishy Side

    Author Samanth Subramanian talks to us about travel writing, personal histories, and what he really thinks about fish.
  • The Call of the Thunder Dragon

    Bhutan has been described by travellers as the Johnny Depp of the world — reclusive, a bit odd, but endearing nonetheless.
The Oracle of Tripe #4

The Oracle of Tripe #4

By Chaitanya Modak and Benita Fernando
The Oracle of Tripe #4