Raja Gori is a true hidden gem in Thanjavur. Also known as Kailasa Mahal, it is a complex of Maratha era royal funerary temples.Read More
This is our first time in Kabini during the rains. Our two previous visits were deliberately planned around the dry period between February – April, when the parched land forces its wild denizens out into clearings around the river, almost guaranteeing big cat sightings. This time it is the jungle that is the hero, in […]Read More
A chance encounter, for me as sublime as if I had come face to face with his divine namesake! This was my first time on a boat safari…thanks to Evolve Back Kuruba Safari Lodge. Back soon with more from Kabini. Stay well.Read More
Photo Feature: A gallery of people from the troubled valley of Kashmir, India. Just regular people like you and me.Read More
Of all the things to do in Srinagar, this restorative break in one of the most beautiful houseboats on the Dal Lake, aptly named Sukoon, is the best.Read More
“Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing
and rightdoing there is a field.
I’ll meet you there.” ~ Rumi
An atmospheric walk though the historic centre of Srinagar, its cultural monuments and its bustling bazaars arrayed along the river Jhelum.Read More
Photo feature on Kashmir, India. The poignant paradise that is beautiful beyond imagination and whose people are most kind and gracious.Read More
All about the Thanjavur temple heritage sites of Brihadeeswarar (Big Temple), Gangaikondacholapuram and Airavatesvara temples that make up the “Great Living Chola Temple’ UNESCO ensemble.Read More
Located just four km from the edge of the famed UNESCO heritage site, the Orange County Hampi is the third in the Orange County stable, and surely its grandest. A gorgeous reinterpretation of the spirit of royal Vijayanagara.Read More
Hampi, India, and its temples and rock studded landscape make it one of the most atmospheric UNESCO Heritage Sites in the country. You’ll hear the echoes of a forgotten empire.
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Water – as life giver and as a symbol of purity – is an essential component of religious rituals like baptism and ceremonial cleansing. For a religion that derives its name from a river – Sindhu, from the Indus – water takes on a whole new meaning. No Hindu temple is complete without a pushkarini or temple tank. Many tanks have natural sources beneath […]Read More