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Home to many of India’s manufacturing plants and IT companies, Chennai, the country’s fourth largest city, makes a great home base for a handful of excellent excursions in the area. When you’re not ...
After you’ve toured the fortresses, bought your bangles and jewels and watched a sunset light up the architectural wonders of the Pink City, it’s time to get out and explore further afield to ...
As the capital of the British Raj, the city of Kolkata (Calcutta) was once the largest colonial trading post in Asia, and today it retains elements of its dual Indian and British heritage. The ...
India has a population of 1.2 billion people divided into more than 2,000 ethnic groups speaking 18 official languages. It is a third of the size of the United States with a landscape varying from ...
Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan, was founded in 1727 and constructed on principles of geometric harmony, making it one of the only planned cities in the world. Colorful bazaars and impressive forts ...
India is filled with marvelous metropolises, but Mumbai offers something very different in its heady mix of markets, colonial heritage, cultural hot spots, beaches and big city mayhem. Experience the ...
Goa may have some of the most beautiful beaches in India, but the state has so much more to offer than lazing away in the sun (though the sun bathing is definitely a draw). For those looking for a ...
Sprawling and kinetic, this busy, growing megacity of some 23 million people is the ancient capital of one of the fastest rising world powers. Delhi - New and Old - offers India in a microcosm. It is ...
The state of Goa, the former colonial Portuguese outpost for nearly 500 years, is home to white sand beaches, ancient churches, cobblestone streets and one of the most notoriously wild party scenes ...
Long before the flower children stormed the white sand beaches of the Indian state of Goa in the 1960s, setting off a tourist occupation that has lasted ever since, Goa drew the attention of another ...
Written by Lydia, November 2012
Perhaps the world’s most extravagant declaration of love, the Taj Mahal
is unquestionably one of the most iconic landmarks on earth, and for
good reason. The behemoth white marble mausoleum, ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, September 2012
Named in honor of its 15th century founder (a chieftain named Rao
Jodha), Jodhpur is a popular tourist destination in the state of Rajasthan .
Featuring yearlong sunny weather and numerous ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, September 2011
As the second most populated area in India , the city of Delhi
can be a daunting target for travelers unfamiliar with the
subcontinent. The following four suggestions should help get you ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, July 2011
Located in the west of India, the state of Goa is a former Portuguese colony as well as a region possessed of rich and diverse cultural and recreational attractions. The following five ...
Written by Lydia, December 2012
Train travel is one of the fastest, cheapest and most convenient modes of transportation to cover long distances in India ,
and if you really want to get to know the locals, you really can’t beat
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