Away from the touristy claptrap, there is a different Jaipur. One that reveals itself to those who wander away from tourist guides and maps—a Jaipur that throbs like no other city, interweaving its old magic into the ingenu
A man not given to self-praise, Vajpayee, on the contrary, could be charmingly self-effacing and claimed to be a good cook, saying, in particular, that he could cook a tasty kheer and khichdi, amongst other things.
It isn’t often that I go back to writing about a food outlet, but I was introduced to Biryani by Kilo in its early months of existence. And subsequently, it has created a space for itself that summons one back to evaluate i
Agra is known for the Taj Mahal and little else. This isn’t uncharitable, but a mere fact. And the lack of planned development of this city, our visiting card to the world, is dispiriting. I have been visiting Agra, the cit
SHANGRI-LA’S IS one of the older hotels in the Delhi hospitality landscape. Across the road from the once-glitzy Le Méridien, this hotel was, at some point, a government-run (down) hotel that was subsequently acquired by a