An International seminar series called “Distanced Colonies and Made up Nations: Revisiting Travel Narratives” was conducted on the 23rd and 24th of January, 2017. The chief guest of the seminar series was Dr. Anna Christina Mendez, Assistant Professor, University of Lisbon. The lecture by Dr. Ana Christina Mendez attempted to examine the representations of multiple temporalities of globalization with reference to the evolving time scapes in the developing India as mentioned in the British Indian writer Rana Dasgupta’s non-fictional book, Capital: The Eruption of Delhi (2014), which is a compelling survey of Delhi’s encounter with capitalism or economic globalization. Dr.Ana began with an introductory video to the text. A plenary session was conducted by Dr. Sandhya P.Pai, Associate professor, St Joseph’ s College, Aleppey. She spoke about orientalism and re-orientalism. A number of paper presenters presented papers on various subject areas of Travel Discourse.