Arati Venkat, bistro-owner and lawyer-turned-MBA-turned-food-enthusiast, is a bit of a wizard for all that she manages to grow in garden.
Wondering where all the light went in this smog-wrapped city? Lean in close and we'll tell you where they're storing it.
There's a spool of spiked lace in Delhi and you could trim a nightmare or a couture dress with it.
From leather camera cases to Chanderi saris, she shares her favourite places to shop, whether you’re on a budget or a mission.
Pretty and inexpensive, it takes diners back to the old Goa, where food was simple, tasty and affordable.
Take a Harvard Business School class, get a massage at 3 am, send down for rajma-chawal and buy the bed on your way out.
As die-hard Marquez fans, the idea of seeing what we wanted, the way we wanted to, had us packed and ready to go.
If you go, you'll negotiate steep slopes full of wild flowers; end a rafting journey at the confluence of the Indus and Zanskar; and hang in village called Chilling.
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.