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Conde Nast Traveller IndiaConde Nast Traveller India

Conde Nast Traveller India

April - May 2019

Conde Nast Traveller is the world’s most iconic luxury travel magazine. It is the most independent and authoritative source of luxury travel and lifestyle. CNT India is created for the sophisticated Indian traveller who is looking for authentic travel experiences, discoveries and journeys.

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Conde Nast India Pvt. Ltd
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cntraveller.in10 COUNTRIES YOU CAN VISIT WITH A US VISA15 BEAUTIFUL HOTELS IN THE HILLS FOR YOUR SUMMER BREAKHOW TO MAX OUT YOUR WORLD CUP TRIPTack on these 5 amazing cricketing experiences3 GORGEOUS SKI DESTINATIONS YOU HAVE NEVER CONSIDEREDFOLLOW US FOR MOREcntravellerindiacntindiaCNTIndiaIndiaCNTravellercntravellerindiaCondeNastTravellerIndiaPHOTOGRAPHS: ZORAN DJEKIC, SOREN GEEBERG/STOCKSY; CROOKS & JACKSON…

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EDITOR Divia ThaniMANAGING EDITOR Jyoti KumariFEATURES EDITOR Saumya AncheriJUNIOR FEATURES EDITOR Raj Aditya ChaudhuriCOPY CHIEF Samira SoodASSISTANT ART DIRECTOR Siddhi MehtaJUNIOR PHOTO EDITORS Athul Prasad, RahulnathDIGITAL EDITOR Salil DeshpandeASSOCIATE DIGITAL EDITOR Smitha MenonSENIOR DIGITALWRITER Shradha ShahaniDIGITAL WRITER Andrea PintoSYNDICATION MANAGER Michelle PereiraSYNDICATION COORDINATORS Giselle D’Mello, Dalreen FurtadoPRODUCTION DIRECTOR Amit NavarangeASSOCIATE PRODUCTION DIRECTOR Sunil NayakCOMMERCIAL PRODUCTION MANAGER Sudeep PawarPRODUCTION CONTROLLERS Abhishek Mithbaokar, Mangesh PawarCONTRIBUTING EDITORSFatima BhuttoJanhavi AcharekarRichard QuestSuketu MehtaSamanth SubramanianWilliam DalrympleCONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERSDavid CrookesFarrokh ChothiaTom ParkerMichel FiguetSteve McCurryCHIEF BUSINESS OFFICER Arjun MehraPUBLISHER Armaity AmariaADVERTISING DIRECTORS Priya Singh, Aditi ChaudhuriADVERTISING MANAGER Ridhima Chopra, Devangee GanatraASSISTANT PLANNING MANAGER Romaljit BangaASIA SALES REPRESENTATIVE Asian Integrated Media LtdITALY SALES REPRESENTATIVE Angelo CarreduUS ADVERTISING MANAGER Alessandro CremonaMIDDLE EAST SALES REPRESENTATIVE IAS MediaMARKETING DIRECTOR Madhura PhadnisMARKETING MANAGER Jinita ShethASSOCIATE DIRECTOR - DIGITAL SALES Saurabh BhutoriaSENIOR MANAGER - DIGITAL…

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contributors

WHAT ARE YOUR PLANS FOR THE SUMMER HOLIDAYS?SABYASACHI MUKHERJEEWho: Stylist, Cover A: “I will be travelling to Seville for a special project and I will be taking a working holiday in New York.”@sabyasachiofficialARATI MENONWho: Writer; What’s new in New York, p124 A: “Summers in New York always assume a giddy pace. But when the clammy crush of it gets too much, I find myself an escape route. This summer I head north to old favourite, Elk Lake Lodge, set in 12,000 acres of privately owned land in the Adirondacks. It offers a wilderness experience that’s getting rarer and rarer in modern life.”@aratimenonCHANDRAHAS CHOUDHURYWho: Writer; The taste of happiness, p156 A: “To divide my time between the foothills of the Himalayas and the Eastern Ghats, read, write and walk.”@hashestweetsERRIKOS ANDREOUWho: Photographer; Cover A:…

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(PHOTOGRAPH: FARROKH CHOTHIA)have bad tiger mojo. There’s no other way to explain it. On my very first safari, years ago in Africa, I saw the Big Five in less than an hour. On my most recent visit, our plane had to abandon touchdown a couple of times because we had first elephants, then zebras, on the runway. In South Africa, a giraffe drank water out of my villa’s private plunge pool as I lounged on a deck chair. In Tanzania, I watched two kills happen simultaneously, four feet from each other, as a flurry of white butterflies descended over our jeep. Even when I visited Guwahati for less than 24 hours, and woke up at 4am to go in search of the white rhino, I found half a dozen of…

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ruchir sharma

Your new book covers 20 years of travelling across India during elections. Why and how did you start doing these trips? As a kid, I spent holidays in my mother’s ancestral home of Bijnor in UP, and that’s where my love for politics began. These trips are my excuse to go back to the hinterland. I’ve done at least one election trip a year since 1998, sometimes more. The first time, I got together five friends, hired a Volvo bus and was like, “Let’s go out and do a research trip.” By the second trip, we were 10 people. Since 2003, it’s been 25 people, and on any given trip, 20 come, including journalists and psephologists like Radhika and Prannoy Roy, Dorab Sopariwala, Henny Sender and Swati Mitra.What’s a typical…

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q&a in conversation with manushi chhillar

You just shot for the cover with Sabyasachi—what was that like? This was my first time in Seychelles. I am always up for the beach and I am happiest under the sun—beaches over mountains any day. We stayed at the Four Seasons Resort Seychelles at Desroches Island, and what I loved about the place was that wherever we looked, we could see nothing but the sea. It’s the best feeling—to be cut off from the world, especially when you live such a busy life. And Sabyasachi has always been very special for me. Like so many Indian girls, I have fantasised about getting married wearing one of his creations, and this shoot was like a trial for my dream wedding. Also, he is such a perfectionist; every time I work…

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