The food in India is one of the best reasons to go there. From street food to home-cooked to restaurant-served, it simply does not get any better for worthy traveller
One of India’s most sacred towns is also home to a dazzling festival of camel races, folk dances, quirky competitions and much more.
India's railway system is not only one of the most spectacular in the world it’s also one of the largest—criss-crossing the country with more than 120,000 km of track.
A Giller Prize and Governor General's award-winning author tells of his love of and fascination with India, a place he almost calls home.
The Indian state of Goa is synonymous with sex, drugs, beaches and parties. It’s time to break that stereotype.
Mahabalipuram was once a seaside powerhouse of the Pallava Dynasty, filled with spiritual temples and industrial buzz. Now it's at the centre of India's latest surfing craze.
For centuries, the rich fleece grown by Himalayan mountain sheep was harvested for wear in the world’s cultured capitals. How did it get there? Join Jeff Fuchs, Outpost’s Asia editor-at-large, as he sets out across the vast plateaus of remote northern India to explore the ancient trading routes of pashmina wool
How could a country known for its crowds, chaos and culture shock—long considered among the most daunting of destinations for solo female travellers—help a wounded spirit?
Butter chicken isn’t the oldest Indian export, but it's one of the most delicious and a culinary classic! Here's a simple recipe to get you started.