10 Days, 9 Nights
Culture, History & Architecture
India’s growing urban landscapes, some of the world’s largest, have their own stories to tell. Spanning different eras in different areas of a city, this journey contrasts the lives of the new generation viz-a- viz the old. The animatedly erratic face of each Indian city has an inimitable character, be it in their language, their culture, the people’s attitudes or their histories. Their uniqueness can only be experienced, not explained.
With its culinary choices, colonial architecture & artistic inclinations, Kolkata is a city that has stood still in the peak of its time.
The largest city in India. Known for its colonial heritage, Bollywood industry, and cultural life.
The center of India's high-tech industry, the city is also known for its parks and nightlife. It bustles with a young, urban culture that surrounds the mood of the city.
The city of Hyderabad is home to many upscale centers and urban cultural spaces, contrasting with the rich architectural heritage that shines through its city scape.
Capital of India, with a rich colonial past and an equally enriching history before that, Delhi will give you a peak into the country's width.
A tranquil tropical paradise in the heart of Bengaluru at The Taj West End, set amidst a lush 20-acre garden property.
A luxury hotel in the heart of Delhi that shows its appreciation for art with its collection of post-colonial art & artifacts kept in the gallery at the hotel.
Fondly known as The Grande Dame of Chowringhee, The Oberoi Grand is situated in a prime location, unrivaled by other luxury hotels in Kolkata, near the central business district, bustling markets and cultural landmarks of the city.
An interaction with the potters who bring clay images of Goddess Durga to life every
year in Kumortuli, Kolkata.
A serving of delectable Hyderabadi Biryani prepared by a local host family that has
served several generations of royalty in Hyderabad.
An afternoon of revelry in Delhi’s vibrant modern art and street art scene at its
numerous galleries and neighborhoods like Hauz Khas Village, Shahpur Jat and Khan
An exploration of Bengaluru’s contemporary art galleries the most modern quarters
of the city’s IT districts.
A glance into the inner workings of the studios at ‘Bollywood’, the world’s largest
film industry in Mumbai.
A walk through the historic markets of Chandni Chowk, Kinari Bazaar and the
artisan’s villages of Kathputli colony.