Tasting kottu rotis in Sri Lanka or riding the cave-waters in Laos; Márquez trail in Colombia or volcano-watching in Chile—there's no dearth of inspiring travel experiences on a budget, in countries with currencies cheaper than INR.
A combination of childhood experiences, popular culture and Adobe Photoshop, are the recipe to a perfect monster.
Flying solo for five months in South America, the writer returned with lifelong friendships, unforgettable experiences and a repository of travel wisdom.
No matter where his music takes him, the city—with its time-worn architecture and classical arts traditions—remains his number-one inspiration.
A trip here is spiritual fodder for every photographer's soul. These handy tips help capture awe-inspiring vistas and life in the Himalayan favourite.
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.
Food connoisseurs, go that extra mile for them and their exceptional inventions. They cook up a storm of a kind that will leave you salivating for seconds, and thirds.
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.