The Incredible India ad campaign captivated travellers with glorious images of wild tigers and colourful festivals. These are my top 10 Incredible India moments.
British traveller Clare shares her first impressions of India and how the country both confounded, and far exceeded, her expectations.
Thanks to an explorer’s grant from Kensington Tours, I will be going to India to trace the journeys of 16th century poet and mystic Mirabai, a woman ahead of her time.
I have travelled the breadth of India, and these are my picks for top 5 romantic places and hotels, from regal Rajasthan to the misty Himalayan heights.
My film review of The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. “India hits you like a wave. If you resist, you will be knocked down. But if you dive into it, you will be all right.” What I liked most about the movie was the effect India had on some of the characters — especially Judi Dench. What I liked least was the cultural missteps.
At the western edge of India, in the middle of the Thar Desert, the fairytale kingdom of Jaisalmer appears, as if by magic, like a golden mirage and opens my heart.
In honour of the new film The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, set in Rajasthan, India and filmed on location, here’s a photo essay of some of my fave pics of Rajasthan.
Will I get to realize a dream, and meet Bollywood star Shahrukh Khan while he is in my hometown, Toronto, for IIFA?
Bundi Vilas is the top-rated place to stay in Bundi for a reason: it is a small, perfect haveli hotel, with all the right touches, run by a charming, caring family.