Indian inspired tunes for your Ipod: Our mix-tape

Indian inspired tunes for your Ipod: Our mix-tape

From the mystic chill out of Buddha Bar, via Bollywood dance numbers, the ethereal sitar melodies of Ravi Shankar, and on to Vedic Chanting from Benares, the sounds of India are diverse and sublime. On a recent trip to Darjeeling, our intrepid reporter Kavesh Bhat took loaded his trusty Ipod with some favourite tracks to […]

14 books on Delhi worth reading in 2014

With a population of 22 million and growing, the world’s second most populous city, Delhi is at the heart of India’s growth. So much has been published on Delhi, this list contains all kinds of omissions. We’re missing many beautiful photo books, and books of walks, and foodie guides and architectural tomes and poetry. Alas, […]

Simplicity Spirulina Farm in Auroville

For those who haven’t been there, Auroville is a magical place. A spiritual community in South India, it’s drawn some amazing people from around the world, many of whom are pioneering the natural foods and products movement in India. There’s French cheese made with organic milk, handrolled incense sticks, cutting edge eco architecture, deep healing […]

Best Indian Fiction 2012

  Indian contemporary writing signifies lots of different things to countless distinctive men and women, in fact it is hard not to love writing something. Needless to say most folks would sooner be published at many point but then we would need to do more than 1 book, so the cycle will begin again. it’s […]