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  • 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
  • Good Earth

    Stop in for chic, often whimsical furniture, kitchenware, and china, as well as delicious-smelling bath products. 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
  • Imperial Jewelry Shop

    This blink-and-you’ll-miss-it nook hidden off the parking lot of the Imperial hotel has a small but worthy selection of jewelry— as well as attenti... More
  • Jama Mosque (Jama Masjid)

    Thousands gather each day to pray at this beautiful Moghul-era mosque; as well as being the city’s principal place of worship, it’s the largest and... More
  • Kamala

    Set up by the Crafts Council of India, Kamala has an extensive sari collection that highlights representative textile weaving and dyeing traditions... More
  • Khan Market

    The city’s highest-priced retail district is initially unassuming: a warren of narrow lanes lined with drab old functional blocks, some of which ap... More
  • Ladakh Art Gallery

    South Indian–style gold baubles as well as silver boxes, bowls, chalices, and cups. More
  • Lodi Garden

    One of the world's greatest urban parks, the treetops are aflutter with birds: black drongos, Indian tree pies, mynahs, red-vented bulbuls. The par... More
  • Manish Arora Fish Fry

    Wildly inventive designer Manish Arora samples global imagery for his embroidered and patchwork clothing in his Fish Fry collection. Snap up a pair... More
  • Museum of Toilets

    The Museum: Who knew that toilet artifacts date back to 2500 B.C.?This museum displays those primitive relics and details the evolution of toilets ... More
  • Noor Jehan

    Come in for brightly colored shawls made of kashgar, a fine sheer cashmere gauze. More

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