Here’s how the spirit of adventure evolves: The twenties are for wild wandering. The thirties are for adventure. Heaven knows what the forties hold.
A hashtag – #IndiaRiversDay – was getting warm on Twitter. So I dug into my archives and found some photographs of rivers that might be worth sharing.
Those who flock to Goa merely for the beaches miss the amazing sidelights, like a morning walk among the grassy sea-cliffs of Vagator. Besides a fantastic view, there’s small wildlife, birding and fresh air to be taken in
Karaikudi, in the arid heart of Tamil Nadu, is home to the Nattukottai Chettiars, the Nagarathar of Chettinad. Don’t miss these experiences when you visit
Meat me in Salalah, the camel said to me in a pre-dawn dream. It was no pun but a presentiment. Ever since I first set foot in Arabia in 2011, I’ve been curious to know what camel tasted like. On my…
Forage is the active verb in the Australia’s food lexicon. To celebrate the source, to hand-pick the ingredients, to experience the making and enjoyment of food
Since January 2014, I’ve inked nearly a hundred cartoons for Arathi Menon’s amazing Wednesday series ‘Nothing Beastly About It’. Here’s a gallery of favourites from the bestiary
Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, India’s Missile Man, went on to become a most accessible and inspirational figure as President of India from 2002 to 2007. While we celebrate him, we must not overlook his errors of omission and commission.
Why all this fuss about a sacred grove? The one at Oorani near Puducherry is actually a fragment of forest, arguably the last surviving example of its kind in the region. This unique forest ecosystem now goes by the name, Tropical Dry Evergreen Forest (TDEF).
In Salalah, southeastern Oman, marvel at how Biblical kings and ancient civilizations bowed to the frankincense tree