Rekha Pandram, a resident of Dindori in Madhya Pradesh, has brought Millets – a traditional food, back into cultivation through her persistence. Mohini writes a case study on her grit in keeping a tradition alive.
The Ajanta Ellora caves in India are astonishingly hand-carved into hillside rock in the middle of nowhere. Here’s what you can look forward to when you visit.
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.
Petra, made famous by the scenes shot in a Indiana Jones movie, is an ancient, archaeologically rich World Heritage site in Jordan, writes Manisha.
Go Heritage Runs are the best way to experience heritage and history across India. They are untimed (you can walk too), family friendly destination marathons organized at heritage sites across India. Also rated as the most scenic marathons in India by CN Traveler and Outlook magazines!
Florence is rightly called the “Cradle of Renaissance”, famous for its monuments,churches and buildings of great architecture writes Manisha.
Meet art curator and designer Masooma Rizvi. Besides being a designer, Masooma Rizvi is a true connoisseur of India’s heritage and culture.
A dilapidated cemetery is a piece of Greek history in Kolkata, a connection that is more than 2000 years old. A cemetery with some very interesting tombstones.