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Things to do in India

  • Ellison Poe

    Excited about: For the ultimate culture fix, head to the Festival of the Tooth, in Kandy, Sri Lanka, a celebration in July that commences with the ... More
  • Ensemble, New Delhi

    Stop in for beautiful crepe tops, silk dresses, and pearl jewelry. More
  • Fab India

    Up a narrow flight of stairs in Khan Market, this mid-priced home fashion emporium specializes in hand-blocked prints on pillows, throws, and table... More
  • Fabindia

    Traditional clothing and linens in block-printed cottons. More
  • Galerie Mirchandani + Steinruecke

    Works ranging from drawings to video populate this arts space. More
  • Gallery BMB

    At the 2009-opened gallery, which includes a cozy café and bookshop, the focus is on young, burgeoning Indian painters and sculptors, with pieces b... More
  • Gallery Maskara

    The cavernous gallery packs a former cotton warehouse with groundbreaking installations by local and international artists. More
  • Golconda Fort

    You go through a dusty warren of streets and arrive at the massive ramparts and stone walls. In the 17th century, the citadel was able to stave off... More
  • Good Earth

    Stop in for chic, often whimsical furniture, kitchenware, and china, as well as delicious-smelling bath products. More
  • Government Museum

  • Government Museum Complex

    The museum is set north and west of the old seaside fort in a part of the city built on a grid, an early example of urban planning in British India... More
  • Greaves India

    Since 1979, the Cambata family have used their deep Indian roots to guide travelers on journeys to the Indian subcontinent. Based in Chicago, Greav... More
  • H.E.H. the Nizam’s Museum

    The museum was the home of the sixth nizam, who ruled from 1869 to 1911. More
  • Hauz Khas Village

    Rural India meets valet parking at this 15th-century settlement, which has since been transformed into a shopping center with a faux-rustic theme. ... More
  • Humayun’s Tomb

    Built during the 1560s in honor of India’s second Moghul emperor, this magnificent monument is perhaps Delhi’s most awe-inspiring sight. Its archit... More

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