Generations of artists in the small villages of Kutch nurture centuries-old art and crafts.
Zac O’Yeah’s e-book is a fascinating account of Bharuch’s Grecian past and its ghee-rich cuisine.
The dusty north Gujarat town looks like a movie set that was never dismantled.
Flocks of indigenous and migratory birds thrive in and around the Banni grasslands of Kutch every winter.
Behind the doors of the walled city, heritage is an unexpected find. Photographs by Nikita Wankhade.
The Gujarati city is still peppered with historical and architectural wonders.
Accepting the unexpected on a road trip through Gujarat’s craft belt.
It's the perfect base to explore the city's heady mix of Gujarati culture.
Plus the chance to see flamingoes; only one hour from Bhuj. | By Ambika Vishwanath
Dine with a royal family and sleep in rooms fit for a maharaja.| By Ambika Vishwanath