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In this issue

Meghalaya
Ancient traditions
and tribal culture
preserving biodiversity

kerala
Saving India’s largest
lake by setting up fish
sanctuaries

A passage through India

In Wanderers, Kings, Merchants, a brand new book I’m reading on the roots (and routes) of Indian languages, author Peggy Mohan writes, “When languages die, it is an omen, of things to come that are still beyond our range of vision.” But if dying languages are doomed canaries in a coal mine, what about stories and storytelling? Do they speak of invisible threats too, of impending loss, when they evaporate from our lives, our imagination? Do they also foretell the death of languages, the loss of dialects? (They do.)

 A passage through India

2 mins

Stories of Rural India

AS TRAVELLERS, WE PAN THE LANDSCAPE FOR THE GOLD of insights about any destination and the people who inhabit it. At the heart of travel — between memory, the windows into the past, and imagination that open out into the future — lie stories. India, with its diverse landscape and cultures, is a land of infinite stories with a great spectrum of people who tell them.

Stories of Rural India

4 mins

Destined TO BE

In this time of kalyug, a man embarks on a journey of sacrifice and penance in search of truth and knowledge.

Destined TO BE

5 mins

THE Walking LIBRARY

In the hilly Mothakkara village of Kerala’s Wayanad district, a 63-year-old woman walks several kilometers every day for those who love to read but have no easy access to books

THE Walking LIBRARY

5 mins

REACHING FOR THE STARS LITERALLY

A young astronomy enthusiast from a remote Ladakhi village shares how she is smashing gender stereotypes

REACHING FOR THE STARS LITERALLY

2 mins

JOURNEY FROM DARKNESS TO LIGHT

A young girl from Sumda Chenmo, a remote village in Ladakh’s Markha region, shares her journey from growing up without electricity to solar-electrifying over 50 such villages

JOURNEY FROM DARKNESS TO LIGHT

4 mins

THE ABOBE OF SNAKES

A guide from the Dang tribe of Baradpani village in Gujarat shares how a snake tried to save his life, and why he feels responsible for protecting the species

THE ABOBE OF SNAKES

3 mins

SAVING INDIA'S LARGEST LAKE

A fisherman-conservationist, who is part of a community setting up fish sanctuaries in Vembanad Lake says that the belief that a rising tide will lift all boats, will help save India’s largest lake

SAVING INDIA'S LARGEST LAKE

3 mins

IMAGINATION AND Beyond

A teacher from Maharashtra’s Purushwadi village visually documents the craftsmanship of two brothers and their imagination to create sustainable vessels, ornaments and more www.voicesofruralindia.org

IMAGINATION AND Beyond

1 min

Deer AT THE Door

EACH DAY, two villages, spread almost across an area of five kilometres, are chosen for the procession, which begins at around six in the evening and lasts till ten at night. While kids are the highlight of the procession, elderly folks accompany them to ensure safety. As the deer makes a stop in front of every household, the residents give grains such as maize and wheat along with coins to the kids. Some people also throw walnuts which the kids are happy to catch.

Deer AT THE Door

3 mins

Read all stories from Outlook Traveller

Outlook Traveller Magazine Description:

PublisherThe Outlook Group

CategoryTravel

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyBi-Monthly

Outlook Traveller Magazine is a monthly travel magazine published by The Outlook Group. It is India's most widely read travel magazine, providing readers with information and inspiration on travel destinations, experiences, and culture from around the world.

The magazine covers a wide range of travel topics, including:

* Destination guides: Outlook Traveller features in-depth destination guides to popular and off-the-beaten-path destinations around the world, with information on things to see and do, where to stay and eat, and how to get around.
* Hotel reviews: The magazine reviews hotels from all over the world, with a focus on luxury and boutique hotels.
* Travel experiences: Outlook Traveller features articles on a variety of travel experiences, such as adventure travel, culinary travel, and cultural travel.
* Travel tips: The magazine provides readers with tips on everything from planning a trip to packing for a journey.
* Travel photography: Outlook Traveller is known for its stunning photography, which captures the beauty and excitement of travel.

If you love to travel, then Outlook Traveller Magazine is the perfect resource for you. Subscribe today and start your journey to a more informed and enjoyable travel experience..

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