Forget the India you think you know. Here’s a guide to what you should and shouldn’t expect in India.
A visit to India’s Gir National Park leads to an awe-inspiring encounter with the queen of the jungle.
With fields draped in yellow sunflower blossoms running parallel to the white sandy beaches, Bakkhali is different from the traditional sea side resort.
The stink may not be a factor, but a horny adolescent camel can make a desert journey memorable.
I was looking for an inside view of Bollywood, but this wasn’t what I expected.
Traveling in India can be an unexpected and wild ride.
Drink the tea, but don’t miss out on the narrow-gauge railroad or the sidewalk vendors. And always seal the windows at night.
In this coastal Indian town, step back to charming, 18th-century France. Charming except for those door-less toilets.
When the sweating slows and the fever burns off, hopefully you’ll realize that smiling makes breathing easier.
Hear the songs of the lost children who have found a home in this Indian community.
When traveling by rail in India, it helps to know the rules.
Like the original, this replica of India’s most famous structure is a monument of love.