Indo-Saracenic and Art Deco architectural flourishes in Tamil Nadu’s capital city evoke a complex history, old-school nostalgia, and wonder in a stroll. | By Rahulnath
The city is home to a famed flower market and buildings named after colourful characters.
Triplicane, the city’s heritage quarter, teems with a multiculturalism that was bequeathed by its sophisticated erstwhile Mughal influences.
In a cottage on the city’s outskirts, 85-year-old Kamalathal whips up the country’s most affordable breakfast, attracting both grateful patrons and media spotlight.
What happens when an Instagram enthusiast decides to not post about her vacation?
An eco-farm near Kodaikanal offers plenty of solitude and scenery.
The 11th Pride Walk was boisterous, flamboyant, and inclusive, a reflection of a city making space for all.
Move over wine, cheese has a new best friend.
Chennai-born chef Hussain Shahzad, Executive Chef at Mumbai’s O Pedro restaurant, takes a trip down memory lane to list his Ramzan haunts.
Isprava’s holiday homes are the perfect combination of luxury and comfort.