Make sense of Old Delhi’s chaotic streetscapes by sampling an array of specialties ranging from delicious morsels to full blown Mughal meals
Given the stamp of approval by celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, Assamese cuisine is a confluence of cooking styles unlike anything else in India.
Known for fire temples and unique burial rites, the Parsis are among Mumbai’s most fascinating communities. But, with their numbers dwindling, opportunities to witness their customs firsthand are limited.
India’s most serene state offers travellers a soul-soothing amble a world away from the frenzy of the rest of the country.
Although endlessly popular with travelers, Rajasthan still hides many secrets, including the majestic—and sometimes humorous—painted havelis in its overlooked Shekhawati region.
Rajasthan’s vivid cities offer some of India’s most vibrant palettes, making the region a rich seam for photographers to mine.
By saddling up and striking out of Kochi’s tourist areas by bicycle, our writer discovers the true essence of Kerala’s magical backwaters. Images by Chan Kit Yeng
India’s most iconic building hogs the limelight, but the former capital of the Mughal Empire is rich in other highlights.
Ziro Valley in Arunachal Pradesh is the ancestral land of the Apatani tribe, a pagan society famous for shamanistic traditions and the crude facial decorations of its female elders.
Remote and subject to harsh Himalayan weather conditions, Spiti Valley was the desolate main link between Tibet and India for centuries. Its seclusion has helped preserve the authenticity of one of the world’s most threatened cultures