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Dying to be wild: Memories of an amateur motorbiking expedition

Travel By ANIRUDH VOHRA

To fulfil a whim, amateur rider Anirudh Vohra recently set out on a journey of 270 kilometres on unfamiliar terrain from Delhi to Jaipur. He writes about the pleasures and travails of interstate two-wheeling, and the on-road dilemmas he had to face.

30 January, 2016

More than what meets the eye: Understanding modern Amsterdam

Travel By VINEET GILL

Situated along the river Amstel, the city of Amsterdam is well-known today for being the hub of progressive ideas and an embodiment of the bohemian spirit, facing an onslaught of growing hordes of unimaginative tourists, writes Vineet Gill.

9 January, 2016

Delhi’s libraries, a reader’s nightmare and the silence among the bookshelves

Travel By VINEET GILL

The city of Delhi is a far cry from being an ideal setting for bookworms, but it is still home to one of the oldest libraries in the country, writes Vineet Gill, as he finally lays hands on an 18th-century Persian manuscript and discovers the ghost of Borges.

19 September, 2015

No money, no food, no problem: An idiot’s guide to travelling in India

Travel By JUHI PANDE

Reminiscing about the past, Juhi Pande recounts her time spent travelling the northern part of the country on a tight schedule and a tight budget, hitting langars, breathing crisp air, and finding beauty in stillness.

29 August, 2015
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