Drones gave us some of the most stirring images of a pandemic year, watching over our bereft public spaces and placing the everyday in a stark, new light.
2020 might have been strangest year to shift to Mumbai, a place that exemplifies maddening chaos, but one writer and his family found that even at its most isolating, the city’s life force seeps in.
Climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, munching on insects, or diving into the freezing waters of Iceland—the model, actor and athlete's favourite kind of travel is sweaty, and almost always shared with the love of his life.
Seven master food makers let us in on their favourite culinary joints across the country, from glitzy five-stars and quirky standalones to hole in the walls that need no reservations—just an appetite to stomach it all.
From migrant workers giving up their train seat to a solo woman traveller, to a mother-son duo offering a car ride and heartwarming stories to strangers in Texas—a little compassion on the road goes a long way.
Winding roads from Delhi to Chitkul, stretches of green between Chennai and Goa, and the hairpin bends between Leh and Pangong Lake—our readers reveal memorable road trips across India.
The National Museum of Indian Cinema in south Mumbai is a long overdue homage to our enduring romance with the movies. | By Pragya Bhagat
From 15th-century forts in Salem to dilapidated police stations in Assam, here’s a trail through the places that preserve India’s patriotic past.
Inspired by Shantaram, a walking tour searches for novelistic beauty in old Mumbai's fraying facades and lively thrum.
Historian Dr. Simin Patel’s route through the city is marked with forgotten joints, new friendships, and pre-Independence-era relics.