The answer to this question is not heartening. As we mark our 75th Independence Day, several historic structures of pivotal importance to our past are on the brink of obliteration.
For the first time in history, visitors will be able to explore the network of passages and chambers where gladiators and wild animals waited, preparing for battle.
Vikrant Pande—author of In the Footsteps of Rama—reveals how his travels across India and Sri Lanka illuminated his understanding of the epic.
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.
The photographer opens up about his craft, India, his book—and the adventure behind it all.
As India grapples with a deadly second wave of coronavirus, several countries have issued a fresh set of travel bans and restrictions towards it.
Pubarun Basu’s “No Escape from Reality” led him to become the first Indian to win this title.
The historic museum, second of its kind in India, will be an ode to the struggles and resilience of those 17 million who lost their homes, lives and loved ones in 1947.
The order, which comes before the commencement of the highly-awaited Kumbh Mela, will come into effect from April 1.
Sweet obbattu in Karnataka, crunchy dhuska in Jharkhand, and chaat papri in Delhi—we round up celebratory grubs from every corner of the country.
Held at Sundar Nursery, Delhi, the day-long free music festival will be headlined by artists like Smita Bellur, Jasleen Kaur Monga, Ustad Saeed Zafar Khan and the Warsi Brothers.
According to the EU, the certificate will prove that a person has either been vaccinated, tested negative or is recovered from the coronavirus.
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.
International flights with air travel bubble countries, and those under the Vande Bharat Mission, however, will continue operations.
After the discovery of the South African and Brazilian strains of coronavirus in the country, the government has issued a new set of travel guidelines.
International passengers, including USA citizens, will have to ensure that the negative test result is from within three days of the departure date.
Calling off, going virtual or open with precautions, here’s how Christmas markets are adapting to social distancing and other safety guidelines.
With latest safety guidelines calling for a scaled-down celebration amid swelling corona cases, the city witnesses a different kind of puja this year.
As the City of Joy welcomes Ma Durga amid shifting pandal guidelines, an insider weighs in on the changed circumstances.
From navigating hot-button issues to championing human stories over destinations, the 28-year-old viral vlogger travels with an open mind and a big heart.
Both Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh have lifted their travel restrictions, but each with a set of guidelines for all travellers. Here’s what you need to know.
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.
On World Photography Day, here is some invaluable advice from travel photographers across India.
Guide Prashant Jain roadmaps secret haunts and an emerging wetland in the city.
The city is home to a famed flower market and buildings named after colourful characters.
In a new Netflix series, Zac Efron milks goats in Puerto Rico and eats plant-based food in London, all in the service of a fun conversation on sustainable living.
Vintage family photos, letters to world leaders and Nehru’s personal library—this graceful mansion in Lutyens’ enclave is rooted in important markers of post-colonial India.
India’s most iconic tourist attraction is bracing for a tough season ahead, perhaps made a little bearable by the prospect of local travellers.
Use this time to finally try your hand at making home-style biryani, courtesy our list of regional recipes shared by families from across the country.
Whether she’s catching sunsets or exploring spice markets, Sobhita Dhulipala hits the road with a full heart and a light backpack.
In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, here are all the travel bans and restrictions issued by countries across the world.
Red sandstone palaces, panoramic views and local history light up a heritage walk through Gujarat's former princely state.
This month, find a pot of gold in Argentina, celebrate the festival of colours in India, and stop to smell the flowers outside Amsterdam.
This month, scare away winter in Slovenia, track wolves in Wyoming, and party like kings in Goa.
Britain, South Korea and others now issue travel advisories for Singapore. Plus: Tourism alerts and airline changes to track as the Chinese health emergency deepens.
This month, catch a traditional dance festival in Odisha, watch fireworks in Japan and marvel at a meteor shower in Canada.
Just two hours from Mumbai, Fernandes Wadi is perfect to devour Kutchi-Konkani food, dehusk coconuts and, if you so will, do nothing at all.
This month, see ghosts in Mexico City, fireworks in London, and cherry blossoms in Shillong.
Starting November, Italy will restart its free Sundays at the museum programme for visitors.
Once visited by the likes of Mark Twain and Richard Burton, erstwhile Watson’s Hotel is in a state of decay.
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Walk the history haunts that yoke the city to the struggle and glory of the Indian independence movement.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the moon landing and space enthusiasts can suit up for a flurry of interesting events around the United States.
The man behind Lower Parel eatery, Dirty Buns, has drawn inspiration from his travels to hometown Chicago and Bangkok’s vibrant bylanes for his new restaurant.