The road to getting customers their government-approved high is fairly complicated.
Diwali, the Festival of Lights, is ironically a dark time for the nocturnal bird.
Meet the women helping chop off the patriarchy from Hindu wedding rituals.
They are willing to provide documents to make the process of creating a temple for Lord Ram a smoother one.
Narendra Modi built the world’s tallest statue with the world's most naked political ambition.
Is Har Har Mahadev the bucket of cold water it claims to be?
Where did they all disappear to after doing their part with babies and marriages and questioning their husbands?
The Bajrang Dal wants to break ground as early as October, if all goes according to their plan.
As Yogi Adityanath contended with balancing hardline Hindutva and the demands of development during his first year as UP's chief minister, four members of his radical religious youth organisation went through their own struggles.
Local faiths may have sprung from Indonesian soil, but they fell out of favor long ago. Now, a court ruling hopes to reverse this discrimination. Will it work?
I spent the run-up to the Hindu festival of light with my grandmother in Jaipur, where she shared her recipe for kidney bean curry.