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.
Approach International Yoga Day with the best asana to scare off eve teasers & the ideal posture to use when the bar is shutting. Plus, 32 yoga classes in the city.
A former Bollywood scriptwriter quits show business to start a new yoga studio at Arpora. Everyone say Ommm...Puri.
From parking meters and Central Park to subway drunks and hidden boyfriends, five (very funny) New Yorkers reminisce about their encounters with the city’s most iconic symbols.
New York’s best drag queens on where they eat, shop and hang, with everything drag from soup to nuts. And we’re not talking about almonds.