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I felt more like a mere subject.
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Airbnb is no longer just about accommodations.
We all know India is a country of many facets, faces, colours and cultures, and trying to pin down top experiences is virtually impossible. That said, we're not afraid of a challenge. Here is our ultimate Indian bucket list. Let us know if you agree and what we should include in Part 2!
If you're looking for a unique way to remember Mahatma Gandhi's contribution to the country, here's one that you can attempt any time of the year. Here's a list of places you can visit to get a bette...
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The satisfaction derived from tucking into a steaming plate of pliable momos is nothing short of paradisal when achieved at a particularly high elevated point, say about 2,004 m or to be more precise,...
We must travel, if we can, to witness India not as a landmass, a flag, a static monolith nation-state but rather as a microcosm of the universe, a butterfly that cannot be caught, a multifaceted paradox that exists above and beyond its well-ordered, tamed borders. Because if we choose to open our eyes this way, travelling around India could be, apart from a pleasure to the soul, a necessary political project of our times.
Stephen King may prefer a windowless basement where he can transport himself to his own make-believe world--but many an author would rather be someplace more inspiring (and airy).