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Some of the finest Indo-Muslim buildings of medieval India lie hidden amid the narrow streets of Ahmedabad’s old city, dating from the rule of Sultan Ahmed Shah in the 15th century.
The outlandish costume of the Kathakali hero has become emblematic of Kerala, but the form is only one among many elaborate types of ritual theatre still widely performed in the state.
Glimpse wild tigers prowling around remnants of a medieval Rajput fort and hunting estate, now one of India’s flagship nature reserves.