Diwali takes a distinct shape in the city where untamed feminine forces summon the triumph of good over evil.
Although the book is not a travelogue in the classic mould, it has some meaty detail on locations crucial to the East India Company’s rise in India.
What happened when the blazing Beat poet befriended creative rebels in the 1960s city?
The six-roomed restored 1926 townhouse is an ode to the quirks and quaintness of the city.
From the iconic Howrah Bridge to the glitzy Durga Puja celebration, my Vivo V11 Pro clicked it all.
Reflection and revelry flavour Ramzan specialities in the city's Zakaria Street.
The author of The Hindus: An Alternative History first visited India in 1963 to study the Puranas. She left a year later, exploring the country through the lens of its scriptures.
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.
From Chinese breakfast and phuchka to biryani, the city's lanes brim with diverse fare brought in by migrants from around the world.
There is a reason why we call winter ‘the holiday season’. Though days are shorter, destinations suddenly become more hospitable.