How to eat an Indian meal

A traditional Indian meal – whether eaten in the north, south, east or west – follows a very different pattern from that of Europe, the Mediterranean or the Far East.

What’s Travel without Fun and Holi without ‘Colours’?

Holi, the festival of colours is the most fun filled Hindu festival. It is a popular spring festival observed in India, Suriname, Guyana, Trinidad, the UK and Nepal. In West

Sita to showcase New Journeys through India & Beyond at ITB 2018

WHY WE ARE AT ITB It is the World’s Leading Trade Show and a great platform to meet our partners and exhibit our new and unique travel experiences. We continue

Winter Experience – The Endangered Himalayan Wildlife In Ladakh

I recently had an opportunity to visit Ladakh at the onset of winters, along with a few friends from the travel industry, to checkout one of the first dedicated ‘Wilderness

Safdurjung Tomb Tree walk

The sunrays were rebelliously pressing through the cold air & the lovely Delhi winter felt perfect to start my much awaited nature walk. I was looking forward to explore nature,

Exploring the 8 cities of Delhi: Uncovering all the Successive cities of Delhi & now the Last: SERIES 6

Delhi is not one city, but many: For the longest time we have heard Historians speak of the “Seven Cities of Delhi” but, between 1100 A.D. and 1947 A.D., there

Exploring 8 cities of Delhi: Heart of the city: Series 5

Charming & delightful, the 7th city named Shahjanabad is still synonymous with Old Delhi even today. A fascinating mélange of the different eras of Delhi’s history with a throbbing life

Exploring 8 cities of Delhi: A lost Fairytale of what remains today of the 3rd & 4th city of Delhi – Series 4

By now I had uncovered many layers of our Bygone era & was looking forward to explore more as I entered the towering walls of Tughlaquabad fort. Walking up the

The 8 Cities of Delhi: Exploring the 1st & 2nd city from every Era of Delhi’s History- Series 3

I was intrigued to find that the oldest city named Qila Rai Pithora (Fort) lies near Qutub Minar (Minaret- UNESCO World Heritage Site) with the most beautiful Mehrauli archaeological park