India Today – February 25, 2019

India Today – February 25, 2019
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Overview: India Today is the leading news magazine and most widely read publication in India. The magazine’s leadership is unquestioned, so much so that India Today is what Indian journalism is judged by, for its integrity and ability to bring unbiased and incisive perspective to arguably the most dynamic, yet perplexing, region in the world.
Genre: Magazines & Newspapers

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Travel+Leisure India & South Asia – February 2019

Travel+Leisure India & South Asia – February 2019
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Overview: Charming, evocative, and visually stunning, Travel + Leisure is your go to source of travel inspiration. The magazine explores the places, ideas, and trends and celebrates people who create authentic luxury experiences for you. our discerning audience of elite travellers. Travel+Leisure globally and in India enjoys a remarkable history of credibility and authority which reflects on all platforms.
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Banyan Tree Adventures: Travels in India by Keith Forrester

Banyan Tree Adventures: Travels in India by Keith Forrester
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Overview: Drawing upon his own travel experiences and those of others, Keith Forrester interrelates travel writing, tourism and serious commentary to produce an account of the delights, challenges and excitement of visiting old and new India.

Banyan Tree Adventures: Travels in India is not the usual travelogue or tourist guide to India. It is a book that not only discusses the Indian experiences and views of non-domestic travellers in their explorations and adventures, but also a text that helps understand the simple question of why tourists keep returning to the country.

What is it about India that prompts the interest and loyalty of returning tourists? Where do they go and why? What areas do tourists visit and what aspects of Indian culture, policy and history interests them? How do overseas tourists cope with and understand the shocking evidence of poverty while travelling around the country? Few countries embody the blending of tradition and the ancient with the new and the modern.

So yes, it is a good time to be interested in and thinking about India. It’s an even better time to be travelling around the country.
Genre: Non-fiction > General

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Cosmopolitan India – February 2019

Cosmopolitan India – February 2019
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Overview: cosmopolitan isn’t just a magazine, it’s a religion. Now in its 15th year in India, Cosmopolitan is the world’s largest selling magazine, with 200 million readers annually in a 100 countries. It is published in over 26 languages, but at its core, it speaks only one – that of fun fearless females globally. Another language it speaks? That of stupendous success!Top Indian actresses, models and singers have been on the cover of Cosmopolitan before the rest of the world recognised their spark-because we know a fun fearless female when we see one! When we put someone on the Cosmopolitan cover, we acknowledge her right to be counted among the best in the business.
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Condé Nast Traveller India – February/March 2019

Condé Nast Traveller India – February/March 2019
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Overview: Get the latest travel news, airfare and hotel deals, and surprising new vacation ideas from India’s best luxury travel website.
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Reader’s Digest India – February 2019-

Highlights of Reader’s Digest February 2019, issue: This month, 97 years ago, our ‘little magazine that’s a big read’ was born. To celebrate this, our special anniversary issue includes a stellar line-up: Barack Hussein Obama II; Amitav Ghosh on Satyajit Ray; a classic O’Henry short story and voices such as Anita Nair, Samit Basu, Wendell Rodricks and Shankar Mahadevan. Dedicated to the season of romance and as a salute to the landmark Supreme Court judgement decriminalising same-sex love, this month’s cover story, ‘Crazy Little Thing Called Love’, features three beautiful, real-life stories of togetherness, intimacy and companionship. The writers of these stories have climbed every mountain to be with their loved one, and call them their own without fear or shame. Of course, there are the old favourites-Humour in Uniform, True Crime, Drama in Real Life, and Art of Living-that make this beloved magazine a window to the world.