Posts filed under ‘Harper’s Bazaar

India Beat holidays in Harper’s Bazaar

The September issue of Harper’s Bazaar is now out and India Beat are proud to see one of our favourite Rajasthan holidays featured by Catherine Fairweather in the article “Fields of Gold.”


The Experts: Harper’s Bazaar 2009

The Experts by Lydia Bell Whether you dream of tracking cheetahs in Namibia, buying a bolt hole in Italy or trance dancing with shamans in the Kalahari, these specialists will transform your trip into the experience of a lifetime. Bertie Dyer, India What does he… READ MORE >


Harper’s Bazaar: Rising Stars: India Beat

Easygoing and well informed, Jaipur based Bertie Dyer is a travel guru who, with his (wife) Victoria, will unlock the secrets of this enchanting but frequently baffling country. So if you want to admire the beards at Jaisalmer’s Mr Desert Competition (above) or go well… READ MORE >


Harper’s Bazaar: Yoga at the Temple of Shiva

By Catherine Fairweather The legend of Bhangarh is utterly compelling – the stuff of a good fairy tale with the requisite beautiful princess, bad magician, curse, black magic and ghosts. Bhangarh is a citadel built in the late 1500s by a scion of the Jaipur… READ MORE >


Harper’s Bazaar: Pavilion at Ranthambore Fort

By Catherine Fairweather In the shadows of the Aravali hills, the 10th-century Ranthambore Fort is a fittingly majestic backdrop to the royal Bengal tiger. From the ramparts and crenellations of this formidable citadel, which rises some 700 feet above the tangle of jungle, you might… READ MORE >


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