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Fictional Footsteps

The city of Salman Rushdie’s heart

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Both the author’s birthplace and his favourite city, Mumbai permeates many of his renowned novels, from Midnight’s Children to The Moor’s Last Sigh.


Southern India’s stunning secret

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In the south Indian state of Karnataka, pristine backwaters lie untouched, dotted with sleepy hamlets, and the seaside beaches and fertile hill country remain equally undiscovered.
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India’s largest museum takes flight

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Unveiled this month, Mumbai’s 400,000sqm new Terminal 2 hosts India’s largest museum – complete with 7,000 works and a 3.5km mural.
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India’s pure, wicked wilderness

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Once home to gun-brandishing bandit gangs, India’s National Chambal Sanctuary is a wicked wilderness full of crocodiles that can overturn boats and incredibly agile blind dolphins.
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Going tribal: Four weeks with the Adi people

In this video from the BBC archive, intrepid explorer Bruce Parry visits the remote Himalayas and is adopted by a proud people who inhabit a world of shamans and ritual sacrifice.
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Rajasthan, a mystical land of palaces and forts

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Named the “Land of Kings” for good reason, visitors can spend days soaking up the atmosphere in one of India’s most iconic and alluring regions.


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