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The call of hawkers or the groan of a frozen lake, the sway of desert instruments or a thundering avalanche—the composer measures life in travel and music.
Sibling scuffle in Kerala's island village, romance in the backdrop of Varanasi and Texas's sleepy town wide awake with mysteries—team NGTI handpick extraordinary tales based in ordinary towns.
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On World Photography Day, here is some invaluable advice from travel photographers across India.
Whether to satisfy food cravings (think fluffy idlis and Irani samosas) or to getaway to verdant hillscapes, cycling opened up new avenues for resident Arvind Chenji.
Map-making workshops and rambling walks help architect Noorain Ahmed see her neighbourhood with fresh eyes.
Delhi-native Abhishek Gulshan introduces the city's many aerial residents to city dwellers, and gives away his favourite bird-watching spots.
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