Stretched along the mighty Parvati River, Kasol is contoured by mountains and lush green patches. A quaint village in Himachal Pradesh, this countryside hamlet is filled with reggae bars, bakeries, and small guesthouses catering to backpackers across the globe.
The USA is home to all kinds of photo-worthy attractions. From the Golden Gate Bridge to the Statue of Liberty. However, there are some sites around the country that are just as weird as they are cool. From an alleged site of extraterrestrial visits to a castle constructed entirely of coral, there’s no shortage of unusual sights to see in the USA.
On an upcoming travel documentary series called ‘India Direct’ on BBC World News, Rajan Datar a notable travel show presenter explores the ‘hidden’ gems of India. Rajan has been the host of ‘The Travel Show’ – BBC World News’ flagship travel program. For 6 years, he has travelled to over 50 countries on five continents. In November 2012, he was named the Broadcast Travel Journalist of the Year 2012 at the Business Travel Awards ceremony in London.
Luxury lies in every detail that goes into the making of brand – Anita Dongre. The core philosophy of the designer and her brand ‘to revive India’s rich heirloom crafts’ manifests into tangible luxury in all of its creations.
Khari Baoli cannot be an unknown place to you, if you have taken long walks on the streets of old Delhi. The largest spice bazaar in Asia, seated very close to the magnificent Red Fort, adjacent to Fatehpuri Masjid – this place is not only a wholesale market for masalas, but is also a very popular tourist destination. To watch how spices of different colours, aroma and flavor are loaded by rusty hands, carried and unloaded – is a magical marvel in itself.