Floating across Loktak Lake, tracing battle scars, or spotting the sangai—here's how you can unravel the northeastern state.
Tracing the ancient card game of ganjifa, now painstakingly preserved in Maharashtra.
Cave-crawls in Diu, 200-year-old palaces in Gujarat, and shaking minars in Haryana: those looking for cultural haunts, take your pick.
Time is an illusion in Melkote, where Hoysala-era monuments and a plateful of puliyogare are a visitor's guide to life in the Karnataka town.
Romance the words, ways, and wonder of Dordogne.
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.
A photographer reveals his secrets on shooting the holy festival.
Built between the 7th and 13th centuries, Jageshwar's 124 stone-cut temples lie deep in the folds of its deodar forests.
Bangalore’s newest museum is an ode to India’s rich and varied musical legacy.
Seppa’s annual Nyokum Yullo festival brings novel surprises for a city-bred traveller.