India Travel Articles

 
Beware of Dogs: Mcleod Ganj, Northern India
Beware of Dogs: Mcleod Ganj, Northern India While spiritual seeking in India, Christina McCrory finds it was not a cave yogi or a guru who forced her to confront her mortality, but a small yapping dog.
Indulge Your Senses: Experience Indian Culture in Singapore
Indulge Your Senses: Experience Indian Culture in Singapore Singapore may be one of the most frequented destinations for stop overs, but Vanita Pathman ventres of out this air-conditioned oasis to explore deeper into the soul of this concrete jungle and discovers that out of the many cultural identities that make this country unique, is a pulsating piece of India proffering a kaleidoscope of tradition.
Hanging with the Camel Man – Bikaner, India
Hanging with the Camel Man – Bikaner, India After four days in the mayhem of Delhi, I was looking for a proper Indian experience and found it in the form of a Camel trek in Bikaner.
Last Chance – Rishakesh, India
Last Chance – Rishakesh, India Feel the purity of river Ganga and follow the Sadhu Babas in Rishikesh with Being Bindas all the way from India.
India: Tips to Survive Your First Trip
India: Tips to Survive Your First Trip You've probably heard previous first-time visitors to India mention that it tends to be overwhelming, and not necessarily in a good way. Chabli Bravo spent much of a year there recently, and here she offers some great tips to prepare yourself with.
I Expected Desert – Busride from Manali to Leh, India
I Expected Desert – Busride from Manali to Leh, India The mountain passes of Ladakh, in northern India, are only open from July-October every year. Kara Carlson provides a humorous account of her bus journey from Manali, justifying why the passes are often closed.
Long Road to a Ghost Town – Fatehpur Sikri, India
Long Road to a Ghost Town – Fatehpur Sikri, India No matter how much time you spend in India, it continues to be a challenge, as Phillip Donnelly continues to find out.
The Real India: Experience the Subcontinent from the Driver’s Seat of an Autorickshaw
The Real India: Experience the Subcontinent from the Driver’s Seat of an Autorickshaw The "Amazing Race" suddenly doesn't look all that amazing compared to this long distance race in India's infamous tiny taxi-type vehicles, as Chelsea Kot explains.
A Profusion of Colors – Bangalore, India
A Profusion of Colors – Bangalore, India Bangalore has a reputation as the high tech center of India, but Lubna Kably has seen another far more colorful side of the place.
Train Travel in India: Important Tips and Advice From a Local
Train Travel in India: Important Tips and Advice From a Local Many travelers to India struggle with train travel and go for luxury class whenever possible. Amrith Sudhakaran is from India and has traveled extensively on trains, and he offers expert advice on how to go about it and which comforts to skip for a better experience.