Eighth-century UNESCO temples, a stunning open-air relief, and tales of a kingdom under the sea in this small Tamil Nadu town.
The giant bas-reliefs of Unakoti are an enigma shrouded in the mists of time.
A visit to Lord Venkateswara Swamy's court serves as a reminder of both, our collective strength and fragility.
Is it in the heart or the head? It possibly lies somewhere else entirely.
Having visited Ahmed Al Fateh Grand Mosque, you remember its splendour, but it is the liberal-minded religiosity that sticks.
Temples allow shoes and there are really no dress restrictions either. Faith here has been subsumed into its general way of life.
Author Amish Tripathi believes it is devotion that makes a place holy.
From Bhopal to Kohima, a list of not-so-famous shrines that travellers should consider visiting.
A spiritual journey of time, emotion and transcendence.
The Kumbh Mela is undoubtedly the largest theatre for pilgrims, their rituals and purpose.