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As new genre of caste-based cookbooks reveals, India's culinary customs not only denote class and region, but symbolise faith, dictate who you marry and can be a barrier to social mobility.

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Swimwear takes on a sporty vibe for summer.

Don a zorb, practise your aquatic yoga and reacquaint yourself with a ball pond this summer, writes Jenni Marsh.

The safari guide and author tells Kate Whitehead about pet pumas, terrifying leopards and the world's least romantic honeymoon.

 

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