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.
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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.
The writer and historian on reprising his first love—photography—and being surprised by India after 30 years of intimate travel.
From being extremely vegetarian friendly to competing with Bengalis' love for rice: Peruvian food is uncannily similar to Indian food.
The badminton star is, however, fast clocking air miles and novel travel experiences. | By R. Ganesh
The celebrity chef, of Masterchef Australia fame, has a new TV show that explores the transformation of the Indian food industry.
Author Amish Tripathi believes it is devotion that makes a place holy.
Take a page from the travel itineraries of your favourite literary legends.
When the Ek Tha Tiger director wants to visit a new country, he writes a script around it.