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Mumbai is the biggest, wealthiest, and fastest city in India. Often compared with New York in terms of its energy.
Palace hotels and painted elephants are part of the colorful exoticism of Jaipur, a city that offers a dazzling immersion into the riches of India.
Mark Twain called India "the land of dreams and romance,of fabulous poverty, of splendor and rages, of palaces and hovels."
Seven tented camps, including two new luxury/eco ones. Plus: what to read and see before you go.
A memorable sidestep to lesser-known cities: Gwailor and Orchha (near Agra) and Karaikudi and Hampi (in the south). Plus, Bombay advice from designer Lisa Fine.
Known as the “City of Lakes” or “Venice of the East,” Udaipur abounds with stunning landscapes and larger-than-life palaces.
Andrea Dobbe of N.Y., January 3, 2008 “Our group arrived in Mumbai on the one-month anniversary of the attack on the city. News cameras surrounded the Taj Hotel, but areas...
From Fiona Caulfield, author of the Love India travel guide series: “Narendra was born and educated in Mumbai; he launched his own label in 1993 and is regarded as the...
From Fiona Caulfield, author of the Love India travel guide series: “Established in 1963 by Kekoo and Khorshed Gandhy, Chemould is one of India’s oldest commercial galleries and has nurtured...
From Fiona Caulfield, author of the Love India travel guide series: “The philosopher and social activist Mulk Raj Anand founded Marg in 1946 to raise awareness and preserve India’s cultural...
I am planning a trip to India alone in December as a gift to myself and am looking for more information about the Kerala area. I have plans to spend...
For high-end tours in Mumbai, Fiona Caulfield, author of the Love India series, recommends Monica Chudasama Vaziralli (91-22-2648-2250/2649-8547; mobile: 98200 78611; firstname.lastname@example.org), a longtime Mumbai resident and “ a beautiful...
You should definitely see our friend Vinesh Maheshwari at Jaisalmer Art & Craft in Jaipur. Tell him that Melissa from Indagare sent you. They have fabulous jewelry and textiles. Amer...
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With miles of biking, walking and riding trails, scores of...
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