By now the monsoon downpour deluging Mumbai has made so much news that the drought, the ill effects of which still plague interior Maharashtra, has been pushed even further in everybody’s memory. Here, hungry villagers board trains to beg for rotis in the city and bring back the precious food to store … More »Part 7 - Surviving the drought on stale rotis
Built on the Betwa River in Madhya Pradesh, the ancient city of Orchha houses the citadels and cenotaphs of the Bundela rulers. LAKSHMI SHARATH roams among these 16th century ruins and travels back in time More »Orchha – India's medieval heart in Bundelkhand
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For lovers of all things beautiful, Atul Kasbekar’s exhibition of photographs from Victoria is a delight. Kasbekar has captured the touristy and the regular from his own unique perspective. Condé Nast Traveller caught up with Kasbekar at the opening of his exhibition. More »‘I am a completely spoilt traveller’
The ultra-luxury cruise line Regent Seven Seas Cruises has announced a slew of tempting packages. You can set sail from Barcelona, Monte Carlo, Rome, or Miami on seven-night voyages, which include exotic, lesser-known ports of call. More »Deal ahoy! Special offer on cruise packages
Islands are intriguing. Acres of coast and beach. Mysterious coves and reefs. And unusual life forms found nowhere else. As tourist spots, islands net a large volume of traffic. Take, for instance, the Seychelles, or Madagascar, or Mauritius. Or everybody's favourite - New Zealand. Then again, there … More »10 extraordinary islands off the map