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    The Chadar Trek, Zanskar, Ladakh with India Beat

    Chadar Trek with India Beat

    Killian Fox is an acclaimed music, film and travel writer. He recently wrote this article for the National’s M Magazine. Chadar Trek, Zanskar, Ladakh in January Winter is the time of year when visitors to India tend to retreat to the warmer south, steering well… READ MORE >

    India Beat and Anabel Cutler

    India Beat and Instyle Magazine

    Anabel Cutler, travel and fashion journalist, traveled with India Beat to Jaipur to explore the city’s vibrant shopping scene and indulge her gemstone habit! The Gem Palace: India’s premier jewellery store is a treasure chest of rare and precious delights. By Anabel Cutler At first… READ MORE >

    Khajuraho Temple Carving

    India Beat in Khajuraho

    Khajuraho is home to some of the finest temples anywhere in the world, India Beat went to check out their incredible sculptural beauty. Famous for their erotic carvings, several of the temples date back to the 8th Century and actually depict an extraordinary variety of… READ MORE >

    Tiger swims in Madhya Pradesh

    India Beat in Madhya Pradesh

    India Beat have just spent a wonderful week in Madhya Pradesh because April is the best time to see tigers. We spent a fabulous few nights at Kanha National Park and then headed north to Mahua Kothi in Bandhavgarh before ending the trip at Khajuraho’s… READ MORE >

    Happy Holi 2010

    India Beat plays Holi!

    Happy Holi! Holi is the Hindu festival of colour marking the start of spring. It is a public holiday in India and celebrated with much jubilation, typically through a free-for-all carnival of colours which involves the joyous throwing of coloured powder over friends and family…. READ MORE >

    Mihir Garh in Rajasthan

    Mihir Garh, Heaven in the Desert

    Emerging out of the Thar Desert in western Rajasthan Mihir Garh is the first mud fort to be built anywhere for hundreds of years. Nine huge and incredibly luxurious suites, several with private infinity pools  are quite simply the best place to stay and experience… READ MORE >

    The view from Raas up to Mehrangarh Fort

    Raas in Jodhpur

    Wow! What a view! As we stepped through the gates of Raas, Jodhpur’s hottest new hotel our breath was taken away by the magnificent Mehrangarh Fort towering above us. Raas has an incredible location right in the heart of the old city, the stunning heritage… READ MORE >

    Yoga at Ananda Spa in the Himalayas

    Ananda in the Himalayas

    The Ananda Spa near Rishikesh in the foothills of the Himalayas is India Beat’s favorite spa for so many reasons. India Beat spent 4 nights at the Ananda last week and tried out the wonderful treatments, attended yoga, meditation and vedanta classes, to fully experience… READ MORE >

    Himalayan Village Walk

    India Beat Trekking in the Himalayas

    Everyone thought we were mad going trekking in the Himalayas for Christmas but fortunately you don’t have to camp out anymore. Village treks are the new buzz words in Himalayan adventure, the idea is to bring extra income to the most remote villages by staying… READ MORE >

    Shahpura Bagh's new swimming pool

    The Right Way to Give

    Klara Glowczewska, former Editor in Chief of Condé Nast Traveler, and her family traveled with India Beat to Rajasthan in the summer of 2016. In the magazine she writes about the tragic contrasts of India and what you can do to help. In India last summer… READ MORE >

    Conde Nast Traveller December 2009

    India Beat & Kerala on Parade

    This article featuring Malabar House one of India Beat’s favorite hotels in Fort Cochin was published in the December 2009 issue of the British edition of Conde Nast Traveller. Kerala on Parade Historic Fort Cochin in South India is a charming town, never more so than… READ MORE >

    Conde Nast Traveler

    Condé Nast Traveler: Editor’s Letter

    October 2009 by Klara Glowczewska, Editor in Chief Between the Lines The best travel moments happen when you’re busy making other plans WE HAVE ADHERENTS OF TWO TRAVEL PHILOSOPHIES here in the editorial offices of CONDE NAST TRAVELER: on the one hand, the proponents of… READ MORE >

    Fashion shoot in Udaipur

    The Daily Mail works with India Beat

    India Beat produced several fashion shoots for the Daily Mail around Rajasthan, here are some of the pictures. They used locations around Jaipur and Udaipur including some of our favorite heritage hotels like Samode Palace, Rambagh Palace and the Lake Palace. Photographer Kevin Foord worked… READ MORE >

    Snake Boat Races in Kerala

    Onam: Kerala’s Biggest Festival

    Onam is a festival celebrated all over Kerala which marks the return of the legendary King Mahabali. This year Onam is on the 2nd of September and will continue for 10 days. Dating from the 9th century the festival is one of the highlights of… READ MORE >

    Ramathra Fort in Rajasthan

    Off-the-beaten track: Ramathra Fort

    Ramathra Fort is a heritage hotel set deep in rural Rajasthan is run by Ravi Rajpal and his wife Geetanjali. Ramathra remains completely untouched by the outside world and the surrounding countryside is thick, wild forest. Originally set up as a tented camp inside the… READ MORE >

    Shahpura Bagh's new swimming pool

    Shahpura Bagh, Rajasthan

    India Beat loves Shahpura Bagh! We have visited this gorgeous heritage hotel a number of times and always have a fantastic time. Guests are beautifully looked after by the family – during our stay we explored the family farm and visited the ancestral fort for drinks… READ MORE >

    Girl at sunset for Hermes by Corrine Day

    India Beat and Hermes in Kerala

    India Beat produced this beautiful photo shoot for Hermes in Kerala with photographer Corrine Day and Maconochie Photography. The pictures were taken around the backwaters, in Fort Cochin and on the beach. For more information contact

    Daria in Kerala

    India Beat & British Vogue in Kerala

    India Beat worked in Kerala with British Vogue and 10-4 Inc. to produce this fashion story earlier in the year. Shot around the backwaters at Phillip Kutty’s Farm and in Cochin’s colonial fort area the published story covered 20 pages which you can see along… READ MORE >

    Tea Picker at Glenburn Tea Estate

    India Beat tastes tea at Glenburn Tea Estate

    Set in the heart of Darjeeling tea country, Glenburn Tea Estate is a sanctuary from the hussle and bustle of India unlike any other. 1500 acres of hill side tea plantations are disected by two rivers, the main house looks over the spectacular valley with… READ MORE >

    Swimming elephant

    Swimming with Rajan the Elephant

    Rajan the elephant is “semi retired”, his mahout explains, usually he roams freely on a forest lined beach in the Andaman Islands but occasionally he turns up for work. This morning he has arrived on Havelock Beach at dawn to swim with us, we walk… READ MORE >

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