10 reasons to travel to India
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10 reasons to travel to India

“Waking up in India is like waking up to life itself.” ~ Reymond Page

India is a country that carves a lasting impression on every traveller's mind and soul. With layers of deep and rich history, there is no country that is home to such contrast of colour and calm, quaint towns to bustling cities and spirituality to modernity.

India is a sensory overload with vibrant customs, delicious culinary stories, majestic architecture and enthralling landscapes...

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A Taste of Mumbai Homes
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A Taste of Mumbai Homes

India is a palate of vibrant flavours and diverse recipes handed down through generations. Seasons, culture, religions, migration, ancestry and festivals all have played a big role in shaping the food history of India. As a result, not only dishes, but taste, colours, cooking methods, down to even the cutting techniques changes as often as the landscape of this country.
But what makes Indian food more special is a traditional home cooked meal. It allows one to get involved with the ingredients, recipes and the stories of evolution of a dish...

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Celebrate the Colours of Life
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Celebrate the Colours of Life

“What makes things memorable is that they are meaningful, significant, and colorful.” – Joshua Foer

Vivid hues taint the sky as the season of spring ushers with the kaleidoscopic festival of Holi. The festival originated in India and dates back to ancient times, perhaps even as far back as the 4th century.

Known as Rangpanchami in Maharashtra to Lathimaar Holi in Mathura, it is a festival that every traveller must experience while in India. As with every festival in this country...

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Ladakh - A Land Like No Other
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Ladakh - A Land Like No Other

Inside the shadows of the Indian Himalayas, lies a wildly glorious landscape of remote mountain ranges, soaring monasteries, desert drama, turquoise lakes and prayer flags dotting the skyline. This is Ladakh, referred to as Little Tibet.

The air is what you notice here first. Thin, crisp and cold even in the summers. The law of the air and atmosphere is different here at 3500 metres in the vibrant capital of Leh. The altitude here greets you as soon as you are off the plane.

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