The Tasting Home, New Delhi

I visited this family last week and had great fun talking to three generations of women who are widely travelled, well read and have been involved in all kinds of

Night Walk Chandni Chowk

Old Delhi is a happy mix of commerce, heritage, layers of history and built heritage from across the centuries – Mughal, British and contemporary; fantastic street food; lovely people of

Hola Mohalla

The Sikh festival of Hola Mohalla is celebrated in Anandpur Sahib, Punjab the day after Holi, the festival of colours. Hola Mohalla was started by the tenth Sikh Guru, Gobind

I am an Animist

Bon-choe, the Bhutanese name for Animism predates Buddhism. In simple terms Animism means worship of nature. However, Bon-choe draws some negative undertones whenever mentioned since the extreme primitive practice involved

On a Tattoo Trail in Nagaland

Here is tattoo artist Mo Naga’s quest to understand the traditional Naga tattoo and ink its revival. It started in 2004, in my first year of college at the National

Shopping in Kathmandu

Someone rightly said “If shopping doesn’t make you happy, then you are in the wrong shop”… Get ready to be immersed because you will be wandering about shop to shop

The Darjeeling Limited

The Darjeeling Limited is a comedy drama directed by Wes Anderson which encompasses everything quintessentially Indian with a foreign twist. Whimsical, funny and quirky, the movie captures everything that is

2 Nights in Allepey

Alleppey town is sandwiched between thebArabian Sea and the Vembanad Lake on a splinter of land barely four kms wide. It still retains the vibe of a chilled out, small

Picnic Lunch in the Ruins

The location of this picnic lunch is the Kaludiya Pokuna ruins in Mihintale, Sri Lanka which is less frequented by tourists. It is 18kms east of the sacred city of