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Honeymoon destinations have seen a world of change in recent years and as opposed stereotyped destinations of yore, today’s honeymooners have numerous options to choose from—so much so that they leave couples spoilt for choice.

In only a short span of two years, the Alka Jalan Foundation has presented numerous senior artistes, including Pt Birju Maharaj and Pt Hariprasad Chaurasia.


He began to integrate traditional practices such as the lost wax process with modern technology, to arrive at 24-carat gold-plating solutions that would be uniform, durable and measurable.

From the Albert Hall Museum in Jaipur to the Udaipur City Palace, the Government of Rajasthan is working to digitally preserve the rich heritage of Rajasthan with the aid of advanced 3D design technologies.

Among TAT’s initiatives to promote Thailand as a world-class golfing destination include a popular annual event called Thailand Golf Travel Mart (TGTM) which invites golf tour operators from the world around


The recently renovated Dolls Museum of Jaipur has received a new lease of life and is once again staking claim for a spot in the city’s tourist map.

A meal in an Indian household has a few mandatory things: it has to be wholesome, nutritious and combine all flavour components. This philosophy …

Public art plays a significant role in society by inspiring, intriguing, motivating and provoking the community it is created for. However, such works are rare in India. The Harsh Goenka-backed RPG Art Foundation is now looking to change this space by setting up installations across Mumbai that have the city at their very core.

In his debut novel Harp, Gun Nidhi Dalmia offers a glimpse into the bygone era of the sixties, revisiting the idealism, music and culture of a generation, who, like him, believed that the good times would never end.


Artist-cum-sculptor Manjari Goenka’s creations are simple yet decorative. Her works exemplify the artistic fusion of the traditional and the contemporary. Inspired by human expression and spirituality, Goenka transforms her ideas into semi-realistic forms in bronze, wood, fibre glass and cement. MARWAR presents a collection of some of the artist’s best works.