ROMANCING THE STONE

I enjoyed sightseeing in medieval Orchha, but it didn’t grab me, at first, like other places have in India. While the sights didn’t get me in, other stuff about Orchha did. Most of India’s historic cities were, at one time, … Continue reading

MAKE LOVE NOT WAR

  Between the famous ‘Temple of Love’ at Agra, and the infamous temples of Khajuraho (Kajar-raa-ho) and Kama Sutra, the Indians have everything covered from kissing to copulation. So it comes as no surprise that India is one of the … Continue reading

A RIPE OLD AGE

Varanasi. Where does one begin? Archaeologists believe it’s been around since the 11th or 12th-century BC. Hindus, on the other hand, say Lord Shiva created it 20 centuries earlier. Regardless of how and when Varanasi came to be, Kuldip reckons … Continue reading

WOW LUCKNOW

Kuldip and I were taken completely by surprise recently when we visited Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh. It’s the cleanest and the prettiest city I’ve seen in India. I can’t believe that there’s hardly any litter on the streets … Continue reading