Where the treats have no name.
In a Caucasian paradise, picnics behind the petrochemicals.
The vacation of your dreams.
Fields of gold, emerald pools and a gud girl’s guide to local gastronomy.
Mountain man Chetan Mahajan soothes suffering writers with a book retreat-plus-hideaway. Kumaon, Kumaon, turn the radio on.
For every Northie who thought the dum charades stopped in Hyderabad, an expert makes a map of Bangalore's biryani diversity.
Politics, male entitlement, and a mutton dosa worth all the trouble: an old-school lunch in Allahabad.
Lchang Nang offers pretty cottages set in a valley of flowers, Silk Route history, and Ladakhi food. Tree-t yourself.
With web check-in kiosks, a traveller’s library and a drifter’s bar, this new hotel makes it easy to spend a couple of hours in the Maximum City.
We follow copywriters into their favourite Garden City haunt, for cheap drinks, perfectly cooked animal parts and a no-shorts policy. Got briefs?
The crews of the two much-talked about films, both shot in Banaras, recommend homestays, thandayi shops and even apple pie in India’s oldest city.
From Vignesh the antique guy to Bela the rickshaw-wallah and bat slayer Suresh, we use Pondicherry’s best men to help you plan your next weekend trip.