The northeastern city has evolved into a thriving hub of musical jams, literary festivals and hip cafes.
Nestled amidst Arunachal Pradesh’s snow-capped peaks, Mechuka offers many surprises.
The giant bas-reliefs of Unakoti are an enigma shrouded in the mists of time.
A sacred Buddhist site, the Pemasiri mountains are alive with the throb of ancient life.
With folk dances, music performances, and pork and chilli eating competitions, this one is a must-visit.
On the world's largest river island, a sect of Neo-Vaishnavites has invented real happiness. To find them is to find home.
The glamorous game of polo is helping in the conservation of the indigenous Manipuri pony. Photographs by Ashima Narain.
A writer treks into the lotus of great bliss. Photographs by Antonia Bolingbroke-Kent.
The Shirui Lily Festival, a five-day revelry of culture and music, celebrates one of the rarest flowers in the state.
Part of “The Trip That Changed the Way I Travel” series.