Quarantine meals are a dance of utility and creativity. These no-fire recipes are a perfect blend for when the fuel runs out, in the kitchen or the brain.
April is the month of poetry, and this has been a long month. We bring you travel poems that will take you from Burma to Birmingham.
Goan sorpotel or Anglo-Indian kofta curry—Easter flavours evolve across communities, as the bonhomie of feasting remains unchanged.
A visitor finds much of the islands' vocabulary to be made of warm tunes, beats and lyrics.
Seafood carts and demon dances, tropical estates and baby elephants—the ways to escape winter in Sri Lanka are warm and aplenty.
Fried golden or stirred sweet, Kolkata's winter eats are fundamental to the city's romance.
Rome is romantic for offering a wild ride to strangers and lovers as it did in Roman Holiday.
Kind to travellers with big appetites and big hearts, Julia Child's adopted city makes for a darling food trail.
Volcanic jungles, underground cooking and sunrises that torch the ocean—Taveuni is home to tricks of time.
A young traveller's memories of the national park come visiting in a letter from her future self.
For some, cruising cities, countries and continents for the love of live music is the true essence of travel.
In anticipation of their performance at Pune’s NH7 Weekender next month, post-rock band God Is An Astronaut discuss how travel is a resonant theme in their music.
In Darwin, home is where the hikes are long and the heart hammering. A passerby runs into travellers who stayed more than the night.
Awkwardly hilarious, derailed holidays together make for lasting family banter.
What do you get when you add the Himalayas to regal romance, and curios to Kumaoni cuisine? A heritage hotel in Nainital.
Tasting kottu rotis in Sri Lanka or riding the cave-waters in Laos; Márquez trail in Colombia or volcano-watching in Chile—there's no dearth of inspiring travel experiences on a budget, in countries with currencies cheaper than INR.
Author Janice Pariat opens up to Sohini Das Gupta about Shillong being more than just her childhood home. It is a place that can shape-shift into the eccentric characters of a story.
Many of us travel with our headphones on, but does the medley of a beautiful place and an appropriate song actually influence the memories we bring back?
What marine life can you possibly spot on Juhu Beach amidst a sea of humanity? It takes a guided walk to find out...
Writer William Dalrymple’s fascination with India of the yore is known to spill over from novels to photographs. His latest collection opens this week in Mumbai.