Amanbagh’s Mughal-style pavilions and villas offer kingly comforts to common folk.
An ancient time lives on in Saputara and Champaner, with millennia-old sites, lush plains, and local festivals in its fold.
An infinity pool, Konkani cuisine, dance floors: The maiden voyage of M.V. Angriya captures the ineffable romance of the ocean.
Spending a night in the majestic Lukhsmi Vilas is an adventure for the senses.
From art installations to masterclasses, the India Ceramic Triennale will bring artisanal clay craft into the mainstream.
Cocktails and cruises make for an intoxicating weekend at The Park Baga River.
Generations of artists in the small villages of Kutch nurture centuries-old art and crafts.
A food-oriented walk in a storied neighbourhood gets you up-close with soulful South Indian meals, corner stores brimming with snacks, and a colourful vegetable market
Le Meridién Goa in Calangute is an ode to the region’s tribal history.
Soak in the views of lush vineyards and a lake from the Tuscan-style rooms at The Source at Sula in Nashik.