Journey to Gateway In honour of George Wittet, the Scottish architect who designed the Gateway of India, and an ingenious execution of Scottish (charcoal powder as a hat-tip to Scotland's smoked meats), English (tea) and Indian (spice) influences. DNA India, 1 month ago
Mumbai is a lot more than just the city that never sleeps. It is an epitome of rich heritage and culture, infused with the right balance of resilience, solidarity, and multi-ethnicity. That apart, what gives Mumbai a distinct charm and flavour of ...Indiatimes, 1 day ago
Prev By The Guide Team| Posted 5 hours In our new weekly series of forgotten footnotes, a lamp post at Ballard Estate emerges as a World War I record book, not just a film location Close-ups of the winged lions and inscriptions that can ...Mid Day, 2 weeks ago
In the late 1670s, many Armenians moved to trade and prosper in cities like Mumbai and Kolkata. Photo: Mithil Kumar Epitaphs tell tales not just of the people buried under them but of the places they lived in, too. And in Mumbai, that steaming, ...Condé Nast Traveller India, 4 weeks ago
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