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All you need to know about the crowning glory of India's heritage destinations
A road journey covering India--s most-beaten track--Grand Trunk Road.
Littered with the remains of those insufficiently respectful of its savage climes, the so-called Skeleton Coast, a narrow tract of desert 500 km long on the coast of Namibia is a must-visit before...
If filling your own jar with Ganga jal is too much of an effort, then the brass jar that comes with the holy water is the answer.
No trip to Myanmar is complete without a taste of this all-important part of life, cheroot, even if you--re a non-smoker.
Gwalior is known almost exclusively for its huge 1000-year-old fort, which rises on a massif near the Chambal ravines
Enjoy the crystal clear water and pristine beaches and go island-hopping in the Seychelles.
Using George Orwell's books as a guide, Emma Larkin travels to Myanmar to study and compare Orwell's time there and the present day
Brimming with spirituality with the smell of fresh flowers and incense wafting from the shrine, Ajmer-Sharif, located near a lake and ringed by a wall built by Emperor Akbar, is worth a visit
Dive into luxury at Dusit Thani, Maldives, and discover the surrounding atoll that are more of biodiversity hotspots
Facing the rapids while rafting down the Alakananda and the Ganga in the Garwhal Himalayas can be exciting indeed!
A wonderful base to explore the charming Kumaon region of Uttarakhand
The happy story of a man, a woman and an apple in an Eden called Kotgarh
The 'shadow' of the title applies not only to the ghost of the Silk Road that has officially vanished, but also to the memory of Thubron's previous encounters with the cities on this route