The tour winds through a Second World War airfield, two cemeteries, a battlefield and the colonial era Slim Cottage.
After years of living in Humayun’s shadow, Uncle Isa recently got a face lift by the Aga Khan Development Network.
bpb gets eight conference hoppers to help you pick talks and trade fairs, fests and forums in India and around the world.
Two nomadic Europeans decided that riding motorcycles through the Himalayas is an experience that not enough people have ticked off their bucket lists.
It’s a trip for you, but also for your ideas, which will meet other seductive ideas, get a room and have little baby ideas that will hopefully grow up and be awesome.
Modeled after Nalanda, spring semester at here would include Introduction to Classical Tibetan and paragliding off a cliff.
From an EDM cafe that hosts beach tennis to a native American head gear stall at the Saturday night market. Look at what the tide brought in!
If you were planning a trip to Delhi just for Elma's jam scones with clotted cream, we have a reason for you to feel less guilty.
While an author flies south for the winter, two TV anchors rent out their villa, and pop singers ensure you buy a caravan.
bpb Delhi editor and Cold Feet author Meenakshi Reddy Madhavan on what to look out for at the year's biggest circus.
All the cool kids are summering in Landour now, which makes Shimla perfect for some downtime, accompanied by a few flying monkeys.
Architect Ashiesh Shah writes from the Kochi Muziris Biennale, telling tales of 4pm sprouts, stir fried okra, spicy streets, ruined sea ports and lots of art.