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‘ One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.’


This famous line from A Room of One’s Own by Virginia Woolf poetically describes the necessity of fine gastronomi­c experience­s in everyday life. Food is an integral part of any Indian sojourn. The year- end issue of Discover India focusses on the element that should find a place in your itinerary of the country, regardless of the direction you tread in. Whether it’s the many innovative f lavours of the authentic rosogulla of West Bengal, or a spice trail in Kerala, our cover story takes you on a culinary journey through the various regions of India. I promise you a delicious voyage, to say the least! If you’re a fan of South Indian cuisine, then our deep dive into Kodava food will have you packing your bags.

In this issue, we also explore the lesser-known but beautiful corners of India— the royal getaway of Santrampur in Gujarat; the marvels of Ahmednagar in Maharashtr­a; the origins of yellow tea in a remote nook of Assam, and more. Drifting away from the run- of-the-mill road trip, we travel to Arunachal Pradesh for a journey that begins and ends with surreal scenes, and involves immersive rural experience­s en route. If you love the outdoors, our feature story on camping trails across India is just the guide you need, to help that glamping plan see the light of day.

There’s no better time to travel to India, and this issue is the best way to whet your appetite! So, what are you waiting for?

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Aindrila Mitra

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