Diamond is the most precious stone in the whole world and it is most loved jewelry item that any women would like to wear and it is their best friend. Diamonds of various qualities with their unique beauty admires them a
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,
India is a mosaic of different religions varying from the ancient animistic beliefs of the tribal communities to the rigid orthodoxies of the Hindu caste system. I wandered through different degrees of spiritual energies
Vivaha or traditional marriage in India, becomes for a man an important institution, a bonding with his partner not only in this lifetime but, supporting the Hindu belief of reincarnation, in all lives thereafter. I ru
My body aches, I am a wreck and still terribly jet lagged. Moreover, I need a suntan and I honestly could do a break from the city traffic, holy cows, and dust. I decide to have a look at the Oberoi's recently renovated
One night in Delhi has passed and I am feeling like I am missing something extremely important. Whenever I close my eyes and concentrate on the city's energy, I can't avoid connecting with a certain elegance present in
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
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
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.
Check the favored destination for this Capital's cool crowd of businessmen, socialites, stylists, artists, as well as the global traveler, where distinct experiences seamlessly string together from breakfast to dawn!
This grand Mosque built in 1695 by the emperor Shah Jahan on a natural rocky outcrop, took six years and 5,000 workmen to construct at a cost of nearly a million rupees. It accommodates up to 20,000 people at prayer time
Commissioned by Shah Jahan (Taj Mahal) in 1639, it took nine years to build one of India's most important building complexes- This seat of Mughal power encapsulates a long period of Indian history and its arts, its signi