Readers share their travel pics of Rajasthan. You can share yours too! IMAGE: First up we have Ankit's pic of a boy looks through a window in a palace in Rajasthan. "Window to the world," he captioned it. IMAGE: Ankit seems to have become a fan of Rajasthan. This pic of the blue city of Jodhpur was captured through his lens. IMAGE: The Hawa Mahal at Jaipur in all its splendor by Ankit. IMAGE: Ankit shows us a glimpse of the stark contrast ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
"The food of the royal families of Awadh and Rajasthan is quite popular, but not much is known about Travancore or Tripura." To change that, Sonal Saxena and Shantanu Mahanta of eatwithindia are creating an event wherein 36 royal families will play host and share their culinary traditions. Avantika Bhuyan finds out more. IMAGE: A Maharaja from Gujarat, circa 1887. Among the series of programmes planned for the Dine With Royalty segment are culinary trips to the royal forts and palaces of ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
'Dr Kalam had tears in his eyes when he saw the girls perform and during the reception, insisted on serving everyone.''The waiter would come with the tray and he would stand beside him and ask the girls, "What would you like?" and serve it himself.' 'He has done so much for India, but I feel India didn't value him enough.'Dancer-choreographer Astad Deboo continues our special series on India's Treasures, listing his favourite Indians to Swarupa Dutt/Rediff.comIllustration: Dominic ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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