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NatGeoTravellerIndia 15h
Surrounded by enthusiastic children in red robes at ’s first ever skate park, a writer uncovers the connection that sparked off the skating revolution in the land of monasteries and mindfulness (and also tries his luck on a skateboard)
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NatGeoTravellerIndia 21h
| In , winter means cold air, Christmas lights, and treats defining the season. Arundhati Ray writes about the ancient art of making , while runs you through other delicacies.
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NatGeoTravellerIndia Oct 18
| 's Kaziranga National Park reopens to visitors after the monsoon break.
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NatGeoTravellerIndia Oct 18
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NatGeoTravellerIndia Oct 17
|Sponsored| "Matriarchs of an Aryan family in Dha village, sharing a laugh together on their terrace, on an unusual sunny day". emotions as captured by photographer Nirvair Singh Rai on the all-new
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NatGeoTravellerIndia Oct 17
Travellers planning a trip to and are advised to exercise caution, due to a recent spat of political unrest in the regions.
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NatGeoTravellerIndia Oct 16
Follow as she delves into 's Holy City, exploring the cobblestoned streets cast in the shadow of historic monuments, such as, the Dome of the Rock, the Western Wall, and the Hurva Synagogue in .
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NatGeoTravellerIndia Oct 16
|Sponsored| There’s a light within you that shines the brightest in dark times. emotions captured by photographer Nirvair Singh Rai on the all-new
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NatGeoTravellerIndia Oct 16
| 's cultural heart is all set to host the 16th edition of from next week. Panellists for the upcoming include Lindy West, and .
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NatGeoTravellerIndia Oct 16
Four heritage buildings in India won big at ’s awards for cultural conservation. Three of the winners were from ⁠—, and , the fourth went to in .
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NatGeoTravellerIndia Oct 15
|Sponsored| Smile wide and sail through the darkest times. emotions captured by photographer Nirvair Singh Rai on
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NatGeoTravellerIndia Oct 15
welcomes a writer with bundles of bamboo-tied river crabs, spoonfuls of peppery tom kha kai, and big-broth-filled bowls of pho.
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NatGeoTravellerIndia Oct 15
In , beer is also food. A visit to the state in the months preceding is equally fulfilling for beer lovers, and much lighter on the pocket, finds .
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NatGeoTravellerIndia Oct 14
|Sponsored| A soulful connection is what every heart craves for. emotions captured by photographer Nirvair Singh Rai on
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NatGeoTravellerIndia Oct 14
's iconic will shut to tourists. It's the latest among many hotspots battling .
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NatGeoTravellerIndia Oct 14
Stretching into its fourth month of protests, life marches on for . What’s it really like to visit the city now?
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NatGeoTravellerIndia Oct 13
|Sponsored| Be your own guide on the path less travelled. emotions captured by photographer Nirvair Singh Rai on
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NatGeoTravellerIndia Oct 13
's cool quotient has surged in the last few years. From bands that rock to trendy dining spots and a sophisticated cultural scene, this northeastern city is brimming with life.  
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NatGeoTravellerIndia Oct 12
From 3D paintings in the and ’s pop-art at to severed heads of serial killers at the goes on the ultimate Museum crawl.
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NatGeoTravellerIndia Oct 12
|Sponsored| Focus. Learn. Grow.  emotions captured by photographer Nirvair Singh on the all-new   
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