Delhi’s oldness is alternative to, independent of, but equally conscious and respectful of the new.
Bylakuppe is a colourful slice of Tibet hidden away in the southern half of India.
This part-travelogue, part-reverie helps reinvent Goa, a place that is largely misunderstood.
A book that tempts you to ditch your sedentary lifestyle and drive around India, just to experience the country’s diverse food culture.
Pallassena is a village that is proud of its temples and traditions, culture, and above all, simplicity.
Nestled up in a corner of Meghalaya and shrouded within clouds, Mawlynnong is like something out of a fairy tale.
The book provides riveting anecdotes for those who have not been to Africa, but don’t let Naipaul sum it all up for you.
Seven golden rules for a thoroughly enjoyable time in Thailand—on a budget.
Sohra is at most a two-hour drive from Shillong—scenic, with rolling greens and misty blues.
Visiting Kasol in January is a little bizarre, but an adventure nonetheless.
Author Samanth Subramanian talks to us about travel writing, personal histories, and what he really thinks about fish.
Bhutan has been described by travellers as the Johnny Depp of the world — reclusive, a bit odd, but endearing nonetheless.