Temples, Poets and Ponds

A walk through the mystical landscape of poets, sacred temples and holy ponds near Assi Ghat and Tulsi Ghat, the southernmost embankments of the Ganga in the footsteps of 16th

Village Festivals of Bhutan

While in Bhutan, don’t miss out on a Village Festival, if one is happening. Unlike the popular festivals at Thimphu and Paro which are organised on a huge scale and

Rail Fanning

Children are fascinated by trains. It’s captivating for them to watch a tiny little speck approaching them gradually, taking on a monstrous size and slowly disappearing into oblivion, rolling on

Renewal of Vows – Bhutan

The Bumthang region of Bhutan is a religious heartland with lovely temples, monasteries and forested hills. The perfect place for a renewal of vows or a wedding ceremony. We start

Rediscover Kerala’s Backwaters

Country boat rides in the fascinating Kuttanad area of Kerala backwaters allows you to sample a slice of backwater life that most travellers don’t experience. Kerala backwaters are not just

Agra Colonial Walk

In India, cantonments (the word derived from the French word ‘canton’ meaning corner or district) are self-sustaining quarters from the days of the British Raj which housed their military and

The Chola Trail

While on a tour of Tamil Nadu, everyone’s itinerary takes them to the major temples built by one of the most illustrious dynasties of Asia, The Cholas. Be it the

Indian Art is as Old as Civilisation Itself

After independence as with all cultural and artistic currents that are formed around a political event, Indian art too was marked by a heavy dose of political and social consciousness.

Sri Lanka’s Best Kept Secret

Lipton’s seat is one of the best kept secrets in Sri Lanka, hidden in the misty hills of Haputale. The journey is not that easy but it’s well worth an