Stringing thoughts and dreams into reality through colorful beads is a way of expression for the Bhil tribe. Mohini writes about their bead craft from Madhya Pradesh.
Ajaygarh, near the world famous Khajuraho, is a fort in ruins but with many sights and facts to reveal for the intrepid traveler; writes Supriyo.
Bhitshah, a town in the Sindh region of Pakistan, is historical town famous for one of the oldest techniques of textile printing – Ajrakh. Read as Arif writes.
Maheswar, a town in Madhya Pradesh is known for Maheswar saree, handloom saree known for its beautiful designs. Mohini writes about the art, its history and the process of weaving a Maheswar saree.
My recent trip to Blue mountains left me spellbound.I took a train from Sydney Central station to Katoomba and got a cold welcome,the weather was …
Nalanda was a ‘Mahavihara’ (i.e. Great Monastery) and was destroyed in 1193 CE and in 2006 former President of India late APJ Abdul Kalam proposed the idea of revival of Nalanda University. The ruins and a museum make for a good trip, writes Abhijit Das.
Berlin, home to the magnificent Musuem Island (Museumsinsel) is a bustling city and one of the most creative cities in Europe, writes Jasna.
Galle, the beautiful town of Sri Lanka on the southwest coast was once a port town and home to Portuguese and the Dutch for a long time. Ayandrali writes a travel memoir and lists a few tips on what to expect.
Weaving is an ancient traditional craft in India with a considerable number of practiioners still present. Prashant describes in detail in this article.