The mystery of Muziris – India’s lost emporium

Muziris once thrived on a rich trade of spices, sandalwood, gems, and ivory, earning it the title “the first emporium of India” by ancient Roman writers. However, in modern-day India, Muziris was much more of a legend than a real city – until archaeological excavations in Kerala started in 2004. Muziris has completely disappeared, leaving behind only historical references and clues to its once-grand presence. This vanishing act of Muziris remains one of India’s most intriguing mysteries.

Punjab on a plate – Exploring the legendary Amritsari Dhabas

Once you’ve had a taste of Amritsar, there’s no going back – it’s got a special place in the heart of every food lover. We’re talking about buttery, flaky kulchas, the richest lassi you’ve ever sipped, syrupy jalebis that hit the sweet spot, and tandoori fish so tender and flavorful, it’s like a party in your mouth. Right in the middle of all this foodie heaven are Amritsari dhabas – these places are not just about eating; they’re about indulging. Based on local recommendations, tips from our Savaari cab drivers, and insights from our travel experts, we’ve compiled a list of the finest Amritsari dhabas.

Jaisalmer Golden Fort – A journey through India’s living fort

Discover the timeless allure of Jaisalmer Fort, India’s only living fort. Perched on Trikuta Hill in the heart of the Thar Desert, this iconic fortress, also known as Sonar Qila or the Golden Fort, casts a spell with its breathtaking golden sandstone walls that glow majestically at sunset. Unlike any other ancient fort in India, Jaisalmer Fort is bustling with life, housing shops, hotels, and ancient residences within its massive walls.