34 places in the world made it to the prestigious UNESCO list this year, including two from India.
On your next visit to the city, let its understated corners rise to the occasion. Here's how. | By Alicia Erickson
500 contiguous green acres of the Storm King Art Center hold over 100 sculptures mounted against pastoral environs in New York’s Hudson Highlands.
Vikrant Pande—author of In the Footsteps of Rama—reveals how his travels across India and Sri Lanka illuminated his understanding of the epic.
Folk songs in Madhya Pradesh, local tunes in Tamil Nadu, and jazz music in Germany—our readers chime in about their favourite tunes from their travels this World Music Day.
Held in Kolkata’s Old Currency Building, the exhibition displays over 200 years and 600 works of Bengal’s art covering greats like Jamini Roy and Abanindranath Tagore.
A writer’s recent iftar meal with an Afro-Palestinian family reveals a community on edge.
Traditional moonlit minstrels break the slumber of Srinagar to help the people of the valley maintain an unbroken fast throughout the day.
St Aloysius Chapel’s 136-year-old frescoes and oil paintings were created to resemble Vatican City’s Renaissance masterpiece.
What can you do with SG$400? Spend them on historic district walks, memorable local grub and beach jaunts.