Time is seen and regarded in vastly different ways across cultures. We look at how Indians view the idea of time and timeliness, and deep-seated norms that influence Indians’ behaviour What factors drive India’s way of life? What are the everyday influences that motivate people’s behaviour and underlie their decisions, actions and …
No festival in Goa is complete without good food and drink, music and dance. The festival of Sao Joao has all of this – and some other unique features, too The festival of Sao Joao is dedicated to St John the Baptist, who was a cousin of Jesus Christ and …
From biryani to marble inlay, Filipina Gina Makawana has seen and experienced the best of what India has to offer during her stays in both North and South Indian cities.
Be it for a weekend road trip or a longer getaway, why not pick a place that is not overrun by tourists? Preeti Verma Lal gives you a pick of some not-so-well-explored places that are worth charting a route to. “And so with the sunshine and the great bursts of …
There is plenty in India to charm and seduce – Diana Banks recounts the little and big things that caught her attention and gained her love.
The death of a Nawab in 1819 made way for the rule of the first of four Begums over Bhopal – the only princely state ruled by women. For over 150 years, the Nawab Begums of Bhopal ruled over their people with vision and benevolence – for that, Bhopal is indebted to them
Ralph and Sonia Hays moved to Mumbai with their children in August 2017. Ralph talks about first impressions, travel plans and the family’s secret to adjusting well in a new country.
It’s only in South India that I realised the possibilities of cultural conservation
Meet Mick Purcell, Head of School, KC High, Chennai
An exciting interview with cosmonaut Michail Kornieko, who is among the only two people from Earth to have spent over one year in space