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Wednesday, October 2, 2013
“Garhwal Himalayas: Chorus of Solitude” captures the hills before nature sent everything downhill »
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Monday, September 30, 2013
Books set in relatively smaller cities and towns are beginning to make a splash. »
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Monday, September 23, 2013
September 27 is observed as World Tourism Day to celebrate the human penchant for travel. Here’s a look at some historical figures who travelled and made discoveries along the way.
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July 29, 2013
Holidays are made of golden moments, one of which is my trip to Thekkady. Twenty one of us planned a family get-together cum trip and stayed in Thekkady for three days. We stayed at Cardamom Count...
June 4, 2013
Pattu, the Tamil translation of Alessandro Baricco’s work Seta, a travelogue set in Japan was launched recently »
March 9, 2013
The certificate book of the Himalayan Hotel, Khati, is a repository of mountaineering history. »
December 14, 2012
Falling Off The Map
November 9, 2012
The Indian writers participating in a travelling literature festival are upbeat about its possibilities
October 1, 2012
Monisha Rajesh talks about what it takes to travel across India aboard the country’s lifeline »
September 19, 2012
Lonely Planet co-founder Tony Wheeler tells Pheroze L. Vincent why travel writing needs to go local before travellers go global
August 24, 2012
Ring of Bright Water Gavin Maxwell
A couple of years ago, I found an old copy of Ring Of Bright Water in a second-hand charity bookstore. Since then, I’ve re-read the boo...
July 27, 2012
Arranged as a semi-guide, an inspirational manual, Anne Mustoe tells you how to plan for a trip of this scale in an unusual travel book which is a patchwork quilt of images
April 2, 2012
Pico Iyer's latest book The Man within my Head is about the mystical connections he has felt with Graham Greene. Here the travel writer talks about this kinship, his evolution and current concerns of balancing the external and internal worlds. An exclusive interview.
July 15, 2013
This summer, my Dad, brother and I went to Coonoor. My mother didn’t join us because she had gone to her ancestral house. We got down at Coimbatore station from where a few relatives joined us and...
March 18, 2013
The Stopover is a ‘photo-fiction’ that tells real stories through photographs and imaginary characters
January 29, 2013
The author, who as a senior officer in the Indian Foreign Service had a series of ambassadorial postings in Latin America and later headed the Latin America desk at the Ministry of External Affairs...
December 13, 2012
Asha Menon strives to combine the specificities of a travelogue with an aesthetics of the sublime in his Himachalinte Nissanthwanangal from Mathrubhumi Books which seems yet another book on...
October 19, 2012
Imperial Blandings by P.G. Wodehouse & Swami And Friends by R.K. Narayan
Clouds are piling up outside the window, and though it’s the middle of the week (and I’m suppose...
September 21, 2012
Chasing The Monsoon by Alexander Frater How do you like your rain? In silvery chains or sheets? A murmur or a roar?
If I had a choice I would, any day, opt...
September 17, 2012
Customised travel guides for the Indian globe trotter
August 10, 2012
To A Mountain In Tibet by Colin Thubron
It’s been a while since I read anything by torchlight. Mostly because few writers tempt me to, when the sleepy family scolds me for leaving...
May 18, 2012
A Rose For Winter by Laurie LeeWhen you're lying on a hammock strung between two lofty pines, when the sky above is colour-washed turquoise, when two geese and a gander are fighting f...
December 30, 2011
Travels with Charley by John Steinbeck
‘I did not know my own country’ could be your, my, anybody’s lament; only, Steinbeck chose to do something about it, and set off ‘in search o...
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