Things to Do in India

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In Bangalore, India's Silicon Valley, this gallery space allows a respite from the city's frenzy. Come to talk about art or microchips. Read More

Celiano Godin began selling pianos in Quetta (now part of Pakistan) in 1900 and opened his first Delhi showroom in 1940 near Kashmiri Gate. The shop... Read More

This design team creates handsome modern home accessories (chocolate silk cushions, ivory velvet with felt appliqué bedspreads) that would suit a... Read More

Ah, what it must feel like to propel oneself inside a giant see-through ball. (Well, actually, I wouldn’t know.) But friends who’ve gone “zorbing” love... Read More

Embark on a 10-day culinary tour of India, offered by Our Personal Guest, that centers around agni, or fire. Created by Indian food expert Camellia... Read More

Though it’s a bit out of the way (20 to 30 minutes from Connaught Place by taxi), this tiny shop has one of the city’s truly epic selections... Read More

In a fantastic tribute to bravery and sophistication in aviation, the Air Force Museum is divided into an indoor and outdoor section. Indoors you’ll... Read More

Inspired by a temple of the same name in Gandhinagar, a visit to Delhi’s Akshardham might be more of an education in the Hindu religion than a... Read More

Located within the spanking-new hotel in Gurgaon, this spa is the only one in the city to exclusively use L’Occitane products. We’ve all had at least... Read More

The plugged-in, South Africa–based luxury outfitter (formerly known as CC Africa) owns 46 lodges and camps across Africa and in India. T+L Trip Pick:... Read More

The market is a riot of jewelry, spices, wandering cows, Gujarati tribeswomen, and, yes, tourists—because the shopping was so good.... Read More

Years as agent: 28. Other specialty: India. Consulting fee: From $500. Read More

If you’d had too much city life and need a little time out in Mother Nature, venture to the Biodiversity Park, which has carved out 576 acres of green... Read More

A bookshop filled with travel guides, maps, and limited-edition photographic essays. Read More

Started by a ballet teacher and choreographer, Asarante came to being when an Artist Without Borders scholar came to India to study classical dance.... Read More

With so few Baha’i houses of worship around the world, this temple is genuinely one of a kind. Built in the shape of a lotus flower with 27 free... Read More

Best for: Tigers, leopards, nilgai, hog deer, wild boar... Read More

A home-goods emporium launched by Belgian designer Valerie Barkowski and textile exporter Sunita Namjoshi. Read More

Love the jangling bangles you see on the wrists of every sari-clad lady in the capital? Delhi-based fashion designer Manish Arora always looks for... Read More

Sophisticated housewares and clothing. Read More

High-grade, high-priced yellow gold and vintage textiles. Read More

Bharat Thakur’s impatience with drab yoga reduced to only a few asanas on one hand (or leg!) and ‘pop’ yoga on the other made him go forth and develop... Read More

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