For centuries, perfumers in Kannauj have worked their alchemy to create “liquid gold.” | By Rachna Sachasinh
Guide Prashant Jain roadmaps secret haunts and an emerging wetland in the city.
Bhopal's hammam that houses secret scrub recipes, Rajasthan's lake that served as a seaplane base in World War II, Andaman Islands' waters that offer chance sightings of dugongs—we've compiled a collage of hidden gems from the hometowns of our readers.
Go bird-watching in the lakes around Bengaluru, or roam the lush hinterlands of Pollachi in Tamil Nadu.
Amble around the ancient city and take in its storied history.
Do a taste test on the king of fruits this summer.
A 500-year-old living dzong, a temple with an levitating pillar, and East India's only water palace—for the culture connoisseur, there's never enough India to explore.
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Chanting, lamps, and lots of action.
At many of these historically significant spots, you might be the only tourist in sight. But that's just the way this author prefers it.