Issue 5, May & June 2017: the traveller-storyteller issue
Not all travel stories are magazine-friendly ones, but it's still important to tell them. Here's why.
On bus travel— part-nostalgia, part-logistics, an option that perennially exists.
How train travel once brought alive Tagore and Nandalal Bose
Inspirations of an artist who focuses on minutiae
A story of a chance encounter and its beautiful result.
Sometimes, travel doesn't involve any mode of transport.
On journeys taken inside a second-hand bookstore (in lieu of sight-seeing)
Digging into archives and coalescing images to create stories.
A quest for chai from a Calcutta childhood, through light winter haze
Spending three days under the same tree that Buddha attained enlightenment under
Curating stories from train windows. A quick chat with project founder Shanu Babar.
A tempo-tale, by a Huda wala