A huge price rise for locals and a small one for international visitors are part of a scheme to limit visits, while keeping revenue up.
DrFumblefinger visits a Sikh temple located in the heart of Old Delhi, where he learns more about the charitable nature of the Sikh people.
DrFumblefinger shares some of the sights of a bicycle rickshaw ride through the busy streets of Old Delhi.
DrFumblefinger makes a stop at a sweets shop in Delhi, where a proud employee poses for a photo
Robert Cranwell, the Amateur Emigrant, reflects on our place in the world, and on the connections and changes in our lives.
DrFumblefinger visits Asia's largest Spice Market, situated in Delhi. Its colors, aromas and tastes will entice you.
DrFumblefinger witnesses a small parade serving as a "birth announcement" while journeying through Rajasthan.
Professor Abe's informative and educational series on visiting Central India concludes this week with a visit to Ellora, another of Maharashtra's UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Indian state of Goa acts to avoid more unsafe-photo deaths.
While wandering through the streets of Delhi, DrFumblefinger came across a small laundry using this massive hand-held iron to press its linens.
DrFumblefinger is befuddled by the street wiring he encountered while walking the streets in the older regions of Delhi.
This week Professor Abe takes us to the fantastic Buddhist cave monuments cut into the rocks of the Sahyadri hills. The caves were declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1983.
Professor Abe's travels in Central India continue, this week in Aurangabad where he finds (among other travel gems) an amazing replica of the iconic Taj Mahal, a nice assortment of surviving historic city gates, and Aurangabad Caves, rock-cut Buddhist temples dating from the 6th and 7th century.
Professor Abe's journey in central India continues, this week with a stop in beautiful Mandu, with visits to palaces, stepwells and monuments. Be sure you follow the good professor's travels!
Professor Abe's journey to Central India continues with stops in the Bhopal area. Lots to see here, including several UNESCO World Heritage sites.