Where to check-in your favorite cousins the next time they’re in town, or to move into yourself for a break from grimy-urban-real-life.
Laid in red sandstone with smooth white stones picked from the Yamuna riverbed at regular intervals, this is foot-massage heaven, especially during afternoons when the stones are warm.
It's under four hours on a non-stop flight from the East Coast, has tons of good hotels and here’s the most important thing: it's not nearly as ghetto as you expect it to be.
Tired of backpacking through Europe with a sweet Gujju friend, many heavy bags and a separate duffel for theplas, they started their own travel company.
A road trip through lost cities and desert highways, cliff-faces and the lowest point on earth – you can zip through Jordan in a few hours, but you'll want to linger.
This March, flamenco artists will collaborate with Rajasthan's gypsies, the result of which we hope will be a delicious fusion of culture, music and dance.
Housed in a heritage building from 1910, Abode features odd, artsy decor, antique furniture, a stellar location and well priced rooms.
On the menu will be paan & chocolate chip cookies; black sesame & jasmine shortbread with cinnamon tea sugar; caramel & cashew nut cake; cardamom eclairs.
64 beds are spread over two floors, eight bunk beds to eight dorms, two dorms out of which are reserved for women. Each bed is equipped with a bulb, charging point, and lockers.
There's a lot to do - biking with gators, kayaking under the moon – that doesn't involve drunk freshmen. But thanks to the untimely rain, you'll still end up with a wet t-shirt.
Havelis turn into hotels, tents make a pitch to brats and Delhi’s escargot inches its way to Goa.
The shop's pride & joy is the Australian didgeridoo, unavailable anywhere else in the city. Played like a drone pipe, it can knock the wind out of you.