If walls could talk…
They’d tell you of kings and queens, myths and legends, battles and romance, poetry and song, tribes and empires.
“India is the cradle of the human race, the birthplace of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legend, and the great-grandmother of tradition. Our most valuable and most instructive materials in the history of man are treasured up in India only.”- Mark Twain
Sparkling. Colourful. Over the top. The festive spirit is alive and well in India.
What’s in a name when you’re over 3000 years old? That’s the story of the world’s oldest living city.
Architecture + Art & Design
Dining in India is always an experience. From multi-course banquets eaten off a banana leaf, to a sizzling samosa at a street corner, there’s a wide range of cuisine that gives India its reputation as a foodie’s ultimate frontier.
'Just as the Sannana tree flowers profusely, only to lose all its leaves and twigs, a person who indulges in an excess of anything is destroyed.’ – Bhil Proverb
Hiking & Biking
India’s backroads, where the traffic jams are caused by herds of wool-gathering sheep or a cow taking a nap on the asphalt, are its best-kept secret. As soon as you leave the cities behind and set off to explore rural India, the magic takes over.
Hiking & Biking
During an epic battle between the gods and the demons, the oceans churned a divine nectar. Lord Vishnu wanted to preserve it, so he decided to place it in a Kumbh (an urn), and hide it far away from the warring gods.
Only in India.
To understand India in its entirety, you have to have an insider’s perspective.
Ancient to avant-garde, and everything in between, the country is a blank canvas for your wanderlust. There is an entire universe of architecture, design, the performing arts, history, cuisine, and festivals just waiting to be explored.
You can return, time after time, and still find places, people, and experiences that you haven’t encountered before.
Where else will you sing and dance to the rhythm of mystic musicians, roll up your sleeves for a tribal cooking lesson, engage in stimulating dialogue with the winner of the Booker Prize, or shake a leg at your first Bollywood dance lesson, or maybe even a wedding?