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Unesco World Heritage Site

The Great Stupa of Sanchi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Have You Been On This Lesser Known Architectural Trail Of Madhya Pradesh?

Do you know where lime mortar for cementing was first used in India? Which Garuda pillar was built by a Greek? Discover about India’s antiquity at these sites that can be visited from Sanchi.

03 August 2022

A file photo from 2011 shows the toy train at Batasia Loop with Kanchenjunga in the background

Show And Tell: A Slow Ride To The Queen Of Hills On The Toy Train

To ride the charmingly decrepit Darjeeling Heritage Railway - or the Toy Train as it is popularly known - is to ride through history. It is also considered to be the world’s 22nd highest railway. As Mark Twain said after...


Notre Dame aims to be greener and more welcoming

Notre Dame’s New Design Plan Includes A Cathedral, A New Park And An Underground Walkway

The project is being led by Belgian landscape architect, Bas Smets, along with a team of urban planning agency GRAU and architecture agency Neufville-Gayet

08 July 2022

The couple with members of the Siddi community in Karnataka

One Refurbished Car, Two Mad Souls, And 13 Indian States

Did you know that #VanLife is a trending thing on social media? That many people across the world are packing up their bags and taking a long trip on the road? They are swapping work and school for adventures around their...


The Tungabhadra river flows through Hampi. Hire Benakal is less than 50km away from Hampi

The Secret Of Hire Benakal

A hill full of strange granite structures that hide tales from the past. What is surprising is that this place has remained under the radar for ages.

26 June 2022

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