30 Nov 2016 at 11:59

7-Day Temples of South India Tour including Bangalore to Chennai by Air by ankit

On this seven day tour starting from Bangalore explore the rich heritage of South India and its magnificent palaces and temples. Marvel at the Mysore Palace, the Chamundeshwari Temple on the Chamundi Hill, the 57-feet monolithic statue of Gommateshvara ... Read More

30 Nov 2016 at 05:21

Khasi culture by ankit

Khasi traditions are ... Read More

30 Nov 2016 at 05:17

Shillong, Scottish heart of India by ankit

It isn't just the dour climate that makes the capital of Meghalaya feel like a piece of Scotland transplanted to the Indian hills. The local love of tartan was reputedly inspired by British missionaries, and men and women from the Khasi tribe, ... Read More

30 Nov 2016 at 05:16

Tribes, treks and tree bridges in Meghalaya, India's new adventure playground by ankit

It's raining on the limestone plateau that soars above the delta of the Brahmaputra River in Northeast India. Big, fat, heavy drops, that dribble down the back of the neck and soak into the ends of coatsleeves. ... Read More

30 Nov 2016 at 05:14

Canine cuisine at Puppychino by ankit

Delhi’s first dog cafe lures in the punters with cute resident pooches. Families gather at Puppychino (facebook.com/puppychino) for a lively menu of pizzas, pastas, burgers, sandwiches and shakes, but it’s the play area full of frolicking ... Read More

30 Nov 2016 at 05:13

Lebanese bites at Zizo by ankit

It’s all about nostalgia at this cheery restaurant in bustling Connaught Place, named for a tiny green beetle that the owner kept as a childhood pet. The kitchen at Zizo (zizo.in) is helmed by a Lebanese chef, ensuring that the batata harra ... Read More

30 Nov 2016 at 05:12

Comfort food at Rustom’s Parsi Bhonu Cafe by ankit

Antique furniture, grandfather clocks, sepia photos and foot-tapping music from the 70s: Rustom’s (rustoms.com) feels like stepping into a dignified Parsi home, and the menu draws on generations of Parsi family recipes. ... Read More

30 Nov 2016 at 05:12

Live the Naga life at Dzukou Tribal Kitchen by ankit

For a slice of India’s rugged northeast, walk up three floors in Hauz Khas Market. At Dzukou Tribal Kitchen (dzukoutribalkitchen.com) copious amounts of traditional rice beer wash down tangy curries, sticky rice and spicy relish ... Read More

30 Nov 2016 at 05:10

Old city wonders at Lakhori by ankit

In earshot of the muezzin’s call from the iconic Jama Masjid, Lakhori (havelidharampura.com/lakhori), is cosily housed inside Haveli Dharampura, a handsomely restored 200-year-old traditional mansion that doubles as an upscale hotel. ... Read More

30 Nov 2016 at 05:09

Continental creations at Le Bistro Du Parc by ankit

When Delhi-ites crave European flavours, they head to Le Bistro Du Parc (lebistroduparc.com) in Defence Colony. Capturing just the right Parisian mood, this little piece of La Belle France serves fine French fare, with a live jazz  soundtrack on Wednesdays and Fridays. ... Read More

30 Nov 2016 at 05:08

Cafe culture with a twist at Cafe Lota by ankit

The leafy cul-de-sac beside the Crafts Museum at Pragati Maidan has been reinvented as an indoor-outdoor eatery, and a calm retreat from the city crush. A huge hit with Delhi’s arty set, Cafe Lota (Crafts Museum, Gate No 2, Bhairon Marg) ... Read More

30 Nov 2016 at 04:55

Delhi's tastebud trail - exploring the capital's eclectic dining scene by ankit

Delhi’s onion-layered history is mirrored deliciously in its diverse and dynamic cuisine. Cosmopolitan Delhi-ites crave fine food like plants crave sunshine, and the city’s food scene trots the globe. ... Read More

30 Nov 2016 at 04:54

A perfect trip to Kerala by ankit

All good Indian stories start with a queen. In the princely days before independence, Kovalam’s story starred a quiet fishing beach, an unassuming maharani (queen) who found the area pleasing ... Read More

30 Nov 2016 at 04:51

Why I love South India & Kerala by ankit

Wherever you go in the south you'll be bumping into the magnificent relics of the splendid civilisations that have inhabited this land over two millennia – the amazing rock-cut shrines carved out by Buddhists ... Read More

30 Nov 2016 at 04:50

Why I love India by ankit

From the soaring snow-dusted peaks of the northern mountains to the sultry sun-washed beaches of the southern coast, India's dramatic terrain is breathtaking. ... Read More

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