In a part of northeast India, known as the “Scotland of the East” for its rolling green hills, the indigenous Khasi people favor Western rock and roll over Bollywood, and their youth are YouTube stars in the making.
Isabelle Anne Abraham's rickshaw driver was the one constant in her unpredictable New Delhi life – until he went missing.
A family of four experiences the controlled chaos of the Delhi train station.
Photographer Mili Paul captures daily life on the Yamuna, one of India’s holiest, and most polluted, rivers.
Discover why World Nomads’ Andre Bolourchi smears himself with cow dung during his travels in Vrindavan, India.
In the chaos of India’s Holi festival, Jeremy’s sense of foreignness drifts away like powder.
In this photo story, Emily Polar shows how a Sikh temple feeds 100,000 people every day, 24 hours a day.
Traveling solo through India, Leah Tioxon finds herself the only female on an overnight train to Varanasi.
In this award-winning story set in Kashmir Valley, a tense cricket match hints at a much bigger rivalry.
To discover the full depth of Indian dishes would take countless lifetimes, as each region is another universe of food traditions, spices and flavors.
India is home to some of the most ancient practices on earth. Nomad Caroline discovers a healthy handful of these traditions during her travels.