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Home with Open Arms

Though she visits the city often, it is the Delhi winters, the coats, shawls, the fireplace, the winter food t...

Raichak on Ganges turns 25 today

Picturesque, sprawling, calm, luxurious are the first few things that come to mind when we think of Raichak on...
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Timeless and wondrous Bishnupur

There is wide expanse of eucalyptus trees lining the large area of the Lalgarh jungle in Bankura district. On ...

Closed to traffic but open to music and dance

Ever heard of an entire street that puts on dancing shoes and, that too, for a whole day every Sunday? No? Nei...

The Sloanie life

As the skies start opening up and flights resume, London is an obvious destination to vacation. UK protocols s...

Two rejuvenating days at the Atmantan Wellness Centre

Around a three-hour drive away from Mumbai and spread over 40 acres of lush valley, the integrated wellness lu...

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Travel  /  Published 29.11.20

Home with Open Arms

Farah: What are your favourite places in Delhi? Gauri: There used to be this place called the Hauz Khas Village. Very quaint and the coolest place in town. Just being there for coffee, walking around...
By Saionee Chakraborty in

Travel  /  Published 29.11.20

Unlock Stock And PPE

We lapped up these nuggets of history from our genial host, Saroj Solomon, as we dined on fabulous baked crab, never mind the pocket pinch. Having left home early, with hardly a morsel en route, we at...
By Sudipta Bhattacharjee in

India  /  Published 23.11.20

No more camping in Pithoragarh grasslands

As part of efforts to preserve the Himalayan meadows, the forest department here has put a complete ban on night stay, pitching tents, and making campfires in the grasslands of the district. The numb...
By Our Bureau and Agencies in Pithoragarh

Travel  /  Published 22.11.20

Kumaon hills after 6 months of confinement

Nooks of Nainital Most people think Nainital is a bit touristy, but I was surprised to find lovely heritage hotels and plenty to do. Manu Maharani is the big luxury hotel everyone talks about, but I ...
By Karen Anand in

Travel  /  Published 20.11.20

Raichak on Ganges turns 25 today

Twenty five years is a long time! How do you stay relevant even today when the competition is so steep with latest technology, infrastructure and so on? Two things. One part is the endowment of natur...
By Pramita Ghosh in

Travel  /  Published 28.10.20

Timeless and wondrous Bishnupur

What: Hotel Annapurna Where: College Road, Bishnupur, Bankura Distance: Around four hours drive from Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport Expect: A rustic-meet-comfortable stay at the cen...
By Shrestha Saha in

Travel  /  Published 14.10.20

Closed to traffic but open to music and dance

Indeed, Brazilian soiree is never complete without the samba, a rhythmic and infectious dance form, originally practised by black African people in Brazil. It has similarities with Angolan music and d...
By Subir Ghosh in

Travel  /  Published 12.09.20

The Sloanie life

A long soak in the bathtub with lovely Bamford bubble bath made me think of Daylesford, the super chic organic restaurant and shop in Pimlico, a 15-minute walk from the hotel. Daylesford’s found...
By Karen Anand in

Travel  /  Published 10.09.20

Two rejuvenating days at the Atmantan Wellness Centre

Where: Village Palse, Tamhini Ghat Road, Mulshi, Maharashtra Phone: +91 20 66766666 Email: reservations@atmantan.com ...
By Ushnota Paul in

Travel  /  Published 08.08.20

The Tuscan escape

How do you rate the hotel experiences and service in India? I remember staying at the Oberoi hotel in Agra and that was a really wonderful experience. I think something that India does really well......
By Karen Anand in


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