IKEA is opening soon in India, but cultural considerations mean it won't be serving its famous beef and pork Swedish meatballs.
Professor Abe shares photos of the tea plantations around Munnar, a hill station in the Keralan part of the Western Ghats.
DrFumblefinger shares some of the signage he encountered when he visited one of the world's largest cities.
DrFumblefinger visits the home of a village potter in Rajasthan, and learns a few lessons in molding clay and the Caste system.
We at TravelGumbo have heard of herding cats, but this is our first exposure to shepherding ducks. ProfessorAbe illustrates.
In today's Pic of the Day, Professor Abe shares photos of an unusual fishing contraption used in Kerala, India.
Professor Abe concludes his journey through Karnataka, with visits to the interesting sites of Bidar and Hyderabad.
Bob Cranwell shares the story of a most memorable train journey -- an experience uniquely Indian.
Professor Abe's journey continues into Northern Karnatka, from Badami to Bijapur and then on to Gulbarga. There are a large number of Muslims in the region.
Professor Abe's journey to Karnataka continues with stops at several more great and historic sites, including an interesting cave temple.
An elephant traffic jam -- only in India, as Professor Abe shares in our Pic of the Day.
Professor Abe's fascinating journey through the Karnataka region continues with an exploration of the fascinating UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hampi.
Gumbo was visiting Jallianwala Bagh, a garden in the Punjab city of Amritsar. Over 1000 unarmed people were killed by British soldiers at this site on a sad day in 1919, and many memorials are found in Jallianwala Bagh.
Section by section, the modern wonder is being cleaned by a mud pack that absorbs grease, waste and more.
Professor Abe presents the first of a six-part series documenting a journey through Karnataka, India. Our journey begins in Bangalore.