Dev Deepawali, or Dev Diwali ‘the Diwali of the Gods’ takes place in the holy city of Varanasi every year on the full moon of the Hindu calendar month of Kartika.
India is home to about half of the world’s tiger population (about 2,226 individuals), most of which roam free in the protected environments of national parks.
If you’re planning a holiday to India, the chances are that one of the first items on your itinerary is sampling some of the country’s sensational food.
From peaceful tea plantations to bustling city streets, the experiences and adventures awaiting you in India are endless!
With a population of more than 18 million, Delhi can be a somewhat intimidating city. Its chaotic centre is fast-paced, loud, and an assault on the senses.
On the tropical Malabar Coast in southern India, Kerala offers travellers a slower pace of life.
As the seventh largest country in the world, India can be difficult to navigate.
Intimidating but overwhelmingly enchanting, India has long drawn travellers into its colourful melee of history, culture and general chaos.