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The February Wanderlist 2018

February 1, 2018 | Offroads India

From art and heritage to wine and music, there is something for everyone happening in February in India. Here is our pick of the top places you need to be at this month…

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5 Boutique Hotels in India You Didn’t Know About

November 15, 2017 | Aishani Varma

From the mountains of Darjeeling to the backwaters of Kerala, India’s diverse landscapes have inspired hoteliers and entrepreneurs through the ages…

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The November Wanderlist

November 1, 2017 | Aishani Varma

Wondering where to travel in November? There are tons of exciting events happening across the country around this time of the year. And it’s just ahead of the holidays..

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The ’Cherry on The Bottom

FEBRUARY 9, 2017 | Sudeep Kaur Bansi

One winter evening last season, Deepali (soul sister / travel buddy / gossip partner, nah, partner in all crime) and I figured we should let the office cafeteria snacks…

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The February Wanderlist

JANUARY 31, 2017 | Navkiran Brar

The month of February is lined up with funtivities across India. From music and dance to art, wine, and culture, there is something for everyone. We have…

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12 Days of Christmas in Varanasi

December 25, 2016 | Gwen Bellinger

I didn’t spend 12 days in Varanasi, only 3. But it was a pretty amazing place; one of my favorites in India for sure. I mostly just wandered around taking photos…

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India’s Top 10 Instagram Spots

December 16, 2016 | Offroads India

Over 600 million monthly users, 95 million photos and videos shared per day, and 4.2 billion “likes” each day – it’s safe to say that Instagram has completely taken over…

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5 Reasons To Travel With Your Friends

November 27, 2016 | Shivam Singhee

Our fondest memories from every trip usually involve stories around the people we travelled with or new people we met along the way. Traveling is more about the…

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The Hottest New Hotels In India

November 22, 2016 | Navkiran Brar

With a boom in tourism, a rise in destination weddings, and a generational shift towards valuing experiences over things, India is experiencing a constant influx of exciting…

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Pushkar Diaries

October 17, 2016 | Angad B Sodhi

I have been visiting the Pushkar Camel Fair every year for about five years now. I tell people I’m shooting for a book about the fair, but really I just go there for that…

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Falling in love with India

September 28, 2016 | Kelly Ferrell

I’ve always wanted to visit India ever since I took an Indian literature class at university. So when one of my best friends moved there for a year, I couldn’t pass up…

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6 Reasons to Take the Toy Train to Shimla

August 31, 2016 | Gwen Bellinger

Fondly referred to as the “Queen of the Hills”, Shimla has been a favorite summer vacation spot since the British era. It was declared the summer capital of British India…

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The Monsoon Wanderlist

August 3, 2016 | Navkiran Brar

There is something so magical about monsoons in India. The sound of thunder, the refreshing breeze on our faces, and the rhythm of falling rain – all make us want…

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Paradise 2016…Burp! #FindingKash

July 3, 2016 | Sudeep Kaur Bansi

Two young companies, Offroads India and Food Talk India got together a couple of months ago and decided that happily full bellies, against a picturesque background…

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Ladakh – The Beauty Within

May 26, 2016 | Matt Luchins

We all know that mixing two things you like doesn’t necessarily make them better. But sometimes you may be surprised. Lying in the eastern half of Jammu & Kashmir…

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A Culinary Exploration To Kashmir

May 19, 2016 | Navkiran Brar

Kashmir has often been called a paradise on earth because of its natural beauty. But aside from arguably being the most beautiful place on earth, it is also a foodie’s paradise…

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Solo Female Traveling 101

May 5, 2016 | Gwen Bellinger

Most of my life I had been characterized as shy. Until, that is, I started traveling alone. Being a solo, female traveler seemed daunting at first but within a few week…

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The Mughal Route to Kashmir

April 29, 2016 | Daaman Thandi

The Old Mughal Road is a beautiful and picturesque highway to Srinagar. Recently resurrected, the road is an alternate and less traveled route between Jammu…

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World’s Largest Open Air Art Gallery in India

April 10, 2016 | Neha Kirpal

For the art and history lovers out there, the relatively unknown Shekhawati region of northern Rajasthan is a must visit in India. This semi-arid region, most …

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8 Reasons To Put McLeod Ganj On Your Travel List

April 18, 2016 | Gwen Bellinger

In a country infamous for its crowds and congestion, McLeod Ganj serves as a beacon of tranquility and beauty. Tucked away in the Himalayas, this suburb of Dharamshala…

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Vaisakhi: What is it & Why Should You Care?

April 13, 2016 | Navkiran Brar

Today marks the celebration of Vaisakhi – the most popular festival in the vibrant state of Punjab. It is a lively celebration of culture and religion characterized by colorful…

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5 Experiences For Your Amritsar Bucket List

April 10, 2016 | Navkiran Brar

The holy city of Amritsar is the culinary and cultural capital of Punjab, and given its proximity to Delhi, should be one of the most obvious destinations to plan your…

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6 Reasons Why Holi in Vrindavan is Surreal

March 19, 2016 | Navkiran Brar

The twin cities of Vrindavan and Mathura are the epicenter of Holi celebrations, with festivities lasting over a week. With the festival around the corner…

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5 Things You Missed in Goa on Your Last Trip

March 17, 2016 | Navkiran Brar

Goa is synonymous with happiness. This sun-drenched coastal town has so much to offer that it keeps making you fall in love with it over and over again. As much as we…

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