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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...
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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...

The Tuscan escape

He’s the charming grandson of the famous shoemaker to Hollywood stars and shares his grandfather’s...

Lose yourself in the luxury of the Rajbari Bawali

Spending the last few months sighing every time you scour through your phone gallery and glimpse pictures of h...

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Travel  /  Published 01.11.18

98ft statue of Buddhist deity in Sikkim

The picturesque little town of Pelling in West Sikkim has another tourist attraction now — a 98ft statue of Chenrezig, one of the three Buddhist deities.The compound, named Chenrezig Singkham Riwo P...
By Rajeev Ravidas in Pelling(WestSikkim)

Travel  /  Published 01.11.18

Ladakh celebrates Buddhist Naropa festival

The moment people around you hear you are taking a trip to Ladakh, well-meaning advice starts pouring in, along with a long list of medicines that must be carried at all times. Needless to say, this d...
By Shrestha Saha in

Arts  /  Published 13.12.18

London exhibition with corpses is dead good

The most interesting aspect of the show are the learnings about happiness – our brain wants us to do things that make us happy again and again, making it a constant pursuit rather than a state of mi...
By Namrata Bhawnani in

Travel  /  Published 20.08.19

Experiencing ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ in Yogyakarta

The water castle at Taman Sari (meaning beautiful garden) is just southwest of the palace and used to be a former garden of the royals, with a bath for the Yograkarta Sultanate. Our guide, a local fro...
By Nima Chodon in

Travel  /  Published 17.08.19

Bon voyage in Vietnam

A solo trip to “find oneself” can well be mistaken for a millennial rite of passage for the fast-growing young populace who are increasingly indulging in this ‘soul-searching’ activity.At the ...
By Shrestha Saha in

Travel  /  Published 10.08.19

Don’t stop beerlieving

In 1757, a colonel in the Virginia Regiment militia wrote a recipe for “small beer” on the final page of one of his notebooks. The thirst quencher contained some water, hops and molasses. And this...
By Mathures Paul in

Travel  /  Published 30.09.18

Mukutmanipur, a rustic escape from city life

Legend has it that the place got its name from the hills that look like crowns set over the meandering rivers of the land. Indeed Mukutmanipur, a quaint and quiet retreat in Bankura, is quite the crow...
By Brinda Sarkar in

World  /  Published 04.03.20

Riyadh suspends Umrah pilgrimage

Saudi Arabia suspended Umrah pilgrimages to the two holy cities of Mecca and Medina for Saudi citizens and the kingdom’s other residents due to coronavirus concerns, state news agency SPA reported o...
By Reuters in Dubai

Travel  /  Published 02.03.20

In the lap of the vibrant Garhwal Himalayas

Quench your thirst and chill out with a cup of steaming hot cappuccino or a delicious ice cream at Cafe Buransh. No, not in the crowded jungle of the multi-storied, sky-kissing-building decorated metr...
By Snehamanju Basu in

Travel  /  Published 24.07.18

t2 lives an Instagrammer’s dream at Azaya Beach Resort in Goa

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By Chandreyee Chatterjee in


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