Ramada by Wyndham Luxury Resort & Spa is a unique oasis set in the midst of the desert just outside Udaipur in Rajasthan
From walking on the lanes of Eurpoean, Indian and Portuguese history to immersing herself in local art and culture — Roshne Balasubramanian was snug in this coastal city
Don’t you worry if you have already ‘used up’ all your leaves, we give you a list of quick weekend getaways that you can travel to with ease and be back to face your Mondays with renewed vigour.
The epic Ramayana has inspired a bevy of productions by a number of playwrights from across the country over the years.
Meet Pallab Roy of Kolkata who restores vintage cars to their pristine glory as his first commercial project after he had already restored several of his family-owned vintage cars.
As many twelve bloggers, YouTubers, photographers and tourism consultant from different parts of the country are on their last legs of the three-day expedition trip to Jashpur.
Masinagudi is an unforgettable experience. This land lies like an open palm amidst the darkness of the mixed evergreen forests of the western ghats...
With Himalayan Ensemble 2019, they decided to push the limits by putting together an inter-generational group of 11, ranging from 66 years to 10 years in age, to embark on a trek to Parang La.
He also launched the Chalo America pan India contest to pick youngsters for the March journey.
A trip to Northeast need not just be about experiencing the nature or taking a boat ride on the rivers but about learning if you go for the Hornbill Festival from December 1 to 1- in Nagaland.
The upcoming DelhiByFoot’s Golden Era of Tawaifs: Saga of the Courtesans walk will let you delve into this journey of tawaifs.
Pen and ink is Vatsala Khera’s signature style. Application of wash to her pen and ink works enhances the 3D effect of the images.
With rain taking a break and temperatures dropping, the picturesque Ponmudi is seeing an increase in footfalls.
Roongta who specialises in contemporary still life is into the fine arts because she enjoys it.
Artist Waswo X Waswo’s latest exhibition in Delhi addresses a number of questions regarding race in the present context