We have a blessed wilderness right here.
Did you think that British food is boring? Think again.
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.
The miracle material has made modern life possible. But more than 40 percent of it is used just once, and it’s choking our waterways. By Laura Parker.
Old stupas and older sculptures, tales of the Buddha and Ashoka abound this excavation site in Uttar Pradesh.
Eighth-century UNESCO temples, a stunning open-air relief, and tales of a kingdom under the sea in this small Tamil Nadu town.
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.
Lathika George’s travelogue takes you on a journey of India’s farmlands, fisher folk and lost traditions.
It is also a visceral reminder of the largest human migration across two countries.
Top notch seafood, from the people that haul in the catch.