The magic of the Wadali Brothers, live in concert at the Sirpur Dance and Music Festival.
1968 was a year of creative re-birth for Lennon, resulting in some of the most compelling music he ever wrote.
It's 2018, and I look back at 10 classic albums that came out in 1968 and changed the course of modern music.
The monster and the genre had always seemed made for each other. Reanimated corpses, hubristic scientists, secret laboratories, rogue humanoid creations: each of these tropes scream "pulp"!
From Basil Rathbone to Benedict Cumberbatch, a look at all the celluloid versions of Sherlock Homes
A review of the the album Heads Up by the Kolkata-based band The Supersonics
Our love for the good things of life can make us fall in love with monsters like Hannibal Lecter
The best online spaces for fans of George R R Martin's 'A Song of Ice & Fire' books.
A short guide to trekking in one of the world's most amazing mountain fastnesses, and who to trek with.
High above the Kangra Valley, on the ridgeline of the Dhauladhar Range lies a series of lakes where the snake deities of the Gaddi people live
In a forest in Tripura lies a spectacular heritage site with gigantic bas relief faces carved a thousand years ago.
Travelling in Kashmir during a time of strife
There is no better time to explore multifaceted Bengal than the chilly winter months. It isn't just the sylvan charms of the Himalayas in the north or the balmy beaches of the Bay of Bengal down south; there is plenty in between.
People are increasingly using dedicated travel apps to enrich their travels. Here are 5 unique apps.
A diver's delight, the unique blend of crystal clear waters, coral reefs and unique sea life offer an experience of a lifetime
Go on a fascinating little Buddhist pilgrimage while attending the Hemis Festival in Ladakh
A trek into the Nanda Devi National Park in the Garhwal Himalaya
A travelogue on the two-week-long trek around the 8th highest peak in the world, Manaslu.
Exploring the 1,000-year-old architectural brilliance of the Chandella dynasty of Khajuraho
A community-based homestay programme gives access to the remote Saryu Valley in the Indian Himalaya
Art & Books
Hachette UK's new CEO talks about the challenges of publishing in the digital era, the rise of audio, and diversity in publishing.
An interesting exhibition looks at the work of Indian artists who trained and worked in Paris.
Virtual Reality has taken the art world by storm. A round-up of what's going on.
An appreciation of Robert Macfarlane's book The Old Ways and his unique style of travel and nature writing.
Exploring the imaginative breadth of Neil Gaiman's third volume of short stories.
The painstaking restoration of the Jal Mahal, a medieval pleasure palace in Jaipur, has been achieved with the help of local Rajasthani painters
The importance of Ursula K. Le Guin's Science Fiction novels and short stories
Stephen Hawking’s influence on pop culture extended far beyond his TV cameos, encompassing books, music and the conversation around disability.
A conversation on art conservation and the art of loaning artworks with Bernard Ruiz-Picasso, Pablo's grandson, and director of Museo Picasso Málaga
Celebrating the work and life of a literary giant
A profile of Mountain Shepherds, a community-owned Responsible Travel initiative by villagers of a high Himalayan valley
The Indian mountaineer and writer Harish Kapadia was awarded the Piolets D'Or Asia Lifetime Achievement Award in Seoul on November 3. We look back at Kapadia's remarkable Himalayan career, spanning five decades.