Just two hours from Mumbai, Fernandes Wadi is perfect to devour Kutchi-Konkani food, dehusk coconuts and, if you so will, do nothing at all.
Tune into Mumbai’s evolving jazz scene for good times past and present.
Once visited by the likes of Mark Twain and Richard Burton, erstwhile Watson’s Hotel is in a state of decay.
A photographer captures Mumbaikars’ love and devotion for the elephant god.
Four hours away from Aurangabad, Lonar Crater attracts few tourists—and scientists from NASA.
Walk the history haunts that yoke the city to the struggle and glory of the Indian independence movement.
Slip into the shoes of the modernist to map out his favourite backyard addas in South Mumbai.
At Coco Shambhala, enjoy unhindered views of the beach and seafood fresh out of Konkan's waters.
Farm of Happiness is a bucolic wonderland marked by mangoes, birdcalls and warm hospitality.
Quirky outfits, hard-hitting banners and heartwarming tales of love and identity make the city's queer parade an iconic phenomenon.