Because of my profession, the decision to rush to the Delhi Craft Museum on the last day of my stay was made very conscientiously. I knew it was a must but had no idea that place, together with its shops, would turn out
Indian perfumes or attars, as they are called, have a small but committed clientele. At a marvelous 1868 old-fashioned fragrance shop in Old Delhi, Krishna Mohan Singh describes the centuries-old art of blended scents
It's almost four o'clock in the morning and my Blackberry messenger beeps with a new text: "If you have nothing to do, jump on a plane and join me in Delhi. The city is delirious!" I will definitely jump on that flight
There is a simple reason the Moghuls, and later the British, lusted after India: Its fabulous wealth and treasures - from emeralds the size of eggs to sumptuously embroidered fabrics. Say goodbye to the tat of the past,
Stroll one afternoon at Chandni Chowk in the heart of Old Delhi. Cashmere shawls, gold and silver embroidery, jewelry, enamels and carpets are to be found where both religious activity and commerce mix happily together.