Take a break; learn something new.

Our lives forever keep us on the move; our minds meanwhile are working round the clock. With work, home, family, and responsibilities increasing every day, taking time to just be is becoming harder for everyone. But taking a break to rest and rejuvenate is as essential as working and fulfilling commitments. That is where holidays …

Breakfast by the Bay

Four tiny vadas, and one sticky, steaming hot idli, eaten at a stall, sitting on a narrow bench that had turned black with dirt and grime, with just a few street kids playing across the road, and the family of three -- mother, father, son, -- taking turns at the stove, the tap, and the …

Mystery, History, Culture & Art: How One City Is Home to It All.

A motley group of men dressed in blazers and hats, accompanied with accordions, cellos, and guitars, is performing at the sidewalk. Singing peppy songs, swaying to the beat, and smiling at passers-by, they have everyone’s attention: red vintage cars with black hoods slow down and wave at them, groups of school girls stop by and …

The Bhuj House: Where History Meets Hospitality.

The Bhuj House. A quaint heritage home in faraway Kutch, The Bhuj House is love at first sight. Nestled between the Bhujia Hill and the walled city of Bhuj, the homestay run by Jehan and Katie Bhujwala, dates back to the 1890s and maintains the old world charm of its heydays. About the homestay. Built …

Chota Kothi — Back to Basics and Peaceful Existence.

Nestled between fluorescent green trees, crimson earth and clear azure sky, Chotta Kothi, located in the heart of West Bengal, is an inviting, warm, and charming place. Surrounded by an expansive thicket, inhabited by birds, bees, and fireflies, the cottage is perfect for a quiet weekend away from the hustle and bustle of the busy …

A Guide To The Terracotta Town of West Bengal

About: Miles and miles of fluorescent paddy fields, picturesque ponds surrounded by low hillocks, tiny rivulets flowing through verdant greens, and the occasional group of tribals dancing on the road – travelling to Bishnupur, a small town in Bengal, is like travelling into a picture postcard. The erstwhile capital of the prosperous Malla dynasty, Bishnupur …

The Emerald Mile: From Bhedaghat to Dhuandhar Falls

“Do you see that gigantic face there? We call it India’s very own Mount Rushmore. And that sadhu on the top – he was in samadhi for so long that he turned into stone himself. These cars, which seem to have fallen off the cliff, are most famous by the way, as is Bandar Kudni, …

Lebua, Lucknow — A Poetry in Brick and Mortar

Lucknow is known world over for its cuisine and culture, but not many know that until not very long ago, the city was also known for its architectural finesse and design sensibilities. Thanks to the newly opened lebua Lucknow, a heritage property, the world is waking up to Lucknow’s lost architectural splendour – one courtyard …