DrFumblefinger visits the impressive and spacious Audience Hall in Delhi's famous Red Fort. The Fort is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Bob Cranwell reflects on the desert town of Pushkar, normally a sleepy and relaxed place that every year during its famous full moon festival in November becomes a beehive of activity.
To combat overcrowding, authorities will now limit how long visitor may stay at the famed mausoleum.
DrFumblefinger and his tour group visit a shelter for boys in Delhi. Designed to help street kids have a safe home and rebuild their lives, we were impressed with what we saw.
Bob Cranwell gives as an insightful look into life in Rajasthan and some of the changes that the area has undergone in the past few decades.
Gumbo was visiting the tomb of Emperor Humayun in Delhi. Said to be a fusion of Indian and Persian architectural styles, it was the first garden-tomb to be built in the country.
Bob Cranwell shares yet another delightful travel tale well worth reading, if only for its final punchline!
DrFumblefinger shares with us some interesting doors he found in the village of Jojawar, India.
DrFumblefinger enjoys a cool refreshing cup of lassi in this popular local establishment.
Unexpectedly, a parade of individuals of the Jain faith passed DrFumblefinger while he was walking the streets of Old Delhi.
DrFumblefinger visits Rawla Jojawar, a Heritage Hotel which was once a fort. It is a lovely property with great amenities.
DrFumblefinger visits the Chandni Chowk Market in Delhi. One of the oldest and busiest markets in India, almost anything you might want is for sale here.
India's booming airline industry will need 2,300 more planes in Boeing projection.
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.