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Landlocked and time-bound, if the traditions of Mangar have stood still, the village has preserved them well. Nestled among the forest grove, there’s a quaint jewellery museum showcasing beautiful tribal jewellery from all over India. What makes the secret all the more charming are the tiny little drawers that the jewellery is kept in, and like the village itself obscures the beauty hidden within. Thank you to Travel Talk Magazine for publishing our… Read More

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“Since the birth of time, the Indian city of Varanasi has been a place of holy pilgrimage. For Hindu’s from all walks of life, the river Ganges and its promise of spiritual nirvana have given the city an energy that pulls both the devoted and the intrigued.  The ageless beauty of Varanasi comes to light in even a short trip, so here’s our quick guide to making the most of India’s spiritual… Read More

  “There are backwaters and then there are backwaters, an entire hidden river system teaming with life that you won’t find on any poster or the pages of a magazine. From our low flat boat, we boarded one smaller and gently glided through the narrow rivulets and channels, taking in the bright tropical foliage, coconut palms and soft leafy vines spilling over the water’s edge. The backwaters are a river by another… Read More

“I love to walk a city, whether I’ve been there once or a hundred times before. It’s amazing what sort of inspiration you’ll find when you steal a second glance.” Erin Hiemstra

The story of Old Delhi is a fascinating one, once you know where to start that is. There we were at 9.00am on a cold wintery morning in the centre of one of the main crossroads, surrounded by a swirling circle of traffic made partially invisible by the slow rising fog of a December morning. Auto rickshaws, bicycle pulled carts with rolled carpets piled high, motor-bikes balanced on either side with large… Read More

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