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Flying Wallendas' siblings safely cross Times Square on high wire

Nik and Lijana Wallenda walked from opposite ends of the 1,300-foot wire (396-meter) suspended between the towers, crossing each other in the middle.

Published on 24th June 2019
Atlantis, The Palm

In a poetic vision: The complete celeb-style getaway at Atlantis, The Palm in Dubai

A couple of evenings of extreme pampering at the uber-luxurious Atlantis, The Palm in Dubai are sure to leave you acting like a poet, or an artist, or a real-life celebrity. 
 

Published on 22nd June 2019

  Mother of Malabari cuisine Ummi Abdulla gives us a taste of authentic Mappila cuisine

 

84-year-old Abdulla is the name who put Malabari Muslim cuisine on the global culinary map

Published on 22nd June 2019
Dharavi

Slum tourism is a thing now: Dharavi beats Taj Mahal on a list of travellers’ choice experiences

Dharavi Slum Small-Group Tour in Mumbai is the most popular choice of travellers

Published on 22nd June 2019
Daler Mehndi gives us the lowdown on his latest track, and his future projects

Daler Mehndi gives us the lowdown on his World Cup anthem, songwriting process, and future projects

The bhangra pop icon gives us the lowdown on his latest track, and his future projects

Published on 22nd June 2019
Raintree, Taj Connemara

Raintree’s new menu serves a degustation feast of Chettinad trails with a liberal dose of podi

Don't miss the brilliant sweet and sour Raw Mango with green fig curry!

Published on 21st June 2019
Food Travel

Field rats to ant chutney, this Bengaluru couple spends their vacations on the hunt for the weirdest eats!

And their edible adventures en route leave us with 'OMG feels' over and over again!

Published on 21st June 2019
Sadhguru

The millennial guru: On a higher plane with Sadhguru for the International Day of Yoga

On International Day of Yoga, Sadhguru tells us how yoga can help all human beings, to architect joy from within, and master their destiny.

Published on 21st June 2019
International Yoga Day

International Yoga Day: These eco-friendly mats will you help you practice, and protect the environment

From materials like cork and water hyacinth to naturally procured rubber, these yoga mats are all about the grip and comfort for your next yoga session.

Published on 21st June 2019
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Avisha and Ilakshi Agrawal take forward their love for nostalgia with The Indian Summer  

The Indian Summer that makes use of rose bell buds, berries and other wild summer blossoms

Published on 21st June 2019
illustrators and graphic artists from around the country who help bring indie music into the picture, literally

World Music Day: Meet the illustrators who bring India’s indie music into the picture, literally

This World Music Day (June 21), we take a look at artists from across the country who are creating distinct visual identities for musicians in India

Published on 21st June 2019
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Gauley Bhai’s debut album, Joro, evokes a longing for a faraway home

We speak to the Bengaluru-based Nepali band about the themes of love and identity in the new album 

Published on 20th June 2019

Indie rapper Feyago on his latest self-funded album, Woke

Feyago is shaking things up in the scene with his folk rap tunes, featuring rhythms that he picked up from monks 

Published on 21st June 2019

Go global with Kolkata label Studio Moda's ethically sourced fabrics

Kolkata-based label Studio Moda is paving the way for global-local fashion with their economical and ethically-sourced Western apparel that is sure to turn heads around this summer

Published on 21st June 2019

Czech violinist Jaroslav Svecený to perform at the Calcutta School of Music

Jaroslav Svecený will perform original compositions as well as classical music pieces

Published on 21st June 2019

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