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The Great Indian Trick of destroying heritage in three easy steps
Winston Churchill wrote of Seven Pillars of Wisdom: 'It ranks with the greatest books ever written in the English language. As a narrative of war and adventureâ?¦it is unsurpassable.â?
Little remains of Kublai Khan--s fabled summer capital or of the visions conjured up by Coleridge. The pleasure palace is now just a set of lines in the dust.
Wondering which places to visit in Sri Lanka? Explore Galle and Colombo for the relics of Sinhala history.
Even as his books make a riotous comeback, Gerald Durell was never far from home. He is the go-to man for all kinds of creature comforts
A plain vanilla cookbook would have been welcome; a recipe-less memoir would have done the job
The Nadesar Palace offers comfort and relaxation in the land of ghats and pilgrimage
An account providing a glimpse of New York's early history through the city's fascination with oysters
Displacement, relationships, travel and identity... Alain De Botton's interpretations of people frequenting the Heathrow airport
One man's scrumptious journey across the globe
Going deep into the heart of Chhattisgarh and into the land of revolutions
The Surajgarh Fort has luring royal dishes prepared by HRH Vikram Singh of Sailana
Remember to treat your waiter with kindness
Doing the 6am chow at Tiretta Bazaar, Calcutta, is a rite of passage for those who call the city home
A Tolkien inspired funky house set into a cliffside in Anjuna Beach, Goa