A giant size statue of Hindu god Shiva and consort Sati remind passers by of a love story from Indian mythology.
A reality check before stepping onboard the Ranchi Rajdhani, a passenger express both loved and criticized by passengers over the years
On the 1341 km stretch that connects Ranchi to Delhi via the town of Daltonganj, the RNC NDLS RAJ EXP and the NDLS RNC RJDHNI are two among four distant marathoners that ferry over a thousand passengers to their destination twice a week
A queue of customer patiently await tables outside one of Ranchi's several eating establishments.
In multi-cuisine restaurants, the wholesome Indian Thali makes for a rather hefty main course for both large and light appetites. And an excellent way to savor multiple Indian cuisines without having to order them separately.
Within the city of Ranchi, Jharkhand, India lies a wooded hill that once was the property of a lesser known but famous Bengali playwright.
Served very early in the morning, this simple eye opener helps groggy wayfarers stir up their senses, after a night's sleep cuddled up in blankets inside an air conditioned compartment and shake of the stiffness.
Since when the first one rolled out of the New Delhi railway station and made its historic run for Howrah in West Bengal, the Rajdhani Passenger Express remains an icon on Indian rails.
Not long ago, the crepe style South Indian Dosa, managed to cross the borders of cultural taste and ethnic barrier to become a preferred pick of the menu - inspiring restaurants to enlarging its size for more engagement.
In the 1930s the haunting melancholy of the Lodi era tombs, inspired the wife of the British governor general, to plant the seeds of what is today Delhi's oldest garden.