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The Luxury of the Deccan OdysseyNews18.com's Divya Pal traverses the Deccan Plateau aboard the majestic Deccan Odyssey, one of India’s most luxurious trains
Naropa 2016: A Himalayan OdysseyNaropa is a festival that comes once in 12 years in Ladakh, the land of the lamas. This year was particularly special.
The Men Who Make God: Conversations with SculptorsThey travel over a thousand kilometres every year to give shape to devotion that will be at the centre of a celebration that goes on for days. Shomini Sen sculpts this story of Delhi's idol makers.
Notes from a Higher Place: Mountain Echoes 2016, BhutanTales from the Land of the Thunder Dragon and the Land of Happiness.
Where Women Are Made to Drink Water Out of ShoesIn a remote hamlet of southern Rajasthan's Bhilwara, exists a world caught in the pre-Independence time warp.
Assam: Where Flood Is a Way of LifeOver 35 lakh people have been affected, more than five lakh people moved into over 500 relief camps. This is the story of the floods in Assam. And it repeats, year after year.
On the Pichwai Trail: The Fading Temple Art of NathdwaraWith the numbers of discerning takers waning, the intricate art of Pichwai finds itself pitted against the newer bling forms which flood the market. It has come to be the preserve of a few.
In Search of the Inked: The Last of the LegendsTraditional tattoos and symbols have lost their proud presence in the Naga society. The art form was almost on the verge of extinction. Then came a saviour. A man who has made it his life's mission to map the tattoos adorned by the Naga tribes.
Muhammad Ali: 'Greatest' Boxer, Showman and AmbassadorMore than 60 years ago, a bicycle thief in Louisville, Kentucky, unknowingly set in motion one of the most amazing sports careers in history.
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51°C: Anatomy Of A Heat WaveA man from Madhya Pradesh created a sensation when he filed a police complaint against the sun for being too hot. Swati Vashishtha, who travelled to Phalodi in neighbouring Rajasthan where the mercury had touched 51° Celsius on May 19, finds that his grouse is not totally unwarranted.
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