In monsoonal Delhi, Jane Reddy discovers ancient observatories and Mughal shrines in the pumping metropolis.
Mr Prasad, one of countless alfresco barbers on the edge of India's traffic-choked streets, has me arched back in a chair that ergonomics forgot, neck exposed to a very sharp razor.
Fiona Duncan makes sense of chaotic, colour-soaked, contemporary Delhi by discovering its noble past.
THE McDonald's on New Delhi train station's platform is packed with young Americans.
Joe Ray follows one of Delhi's top food bloggers into a labyrinth of alleys to find some of the old city's best dishes.
Lonely Planet has drawn on the knowledge, passion and kilometres travelled by its staff, authors and online community to present the Top 10 Cities to visit in 2011.
Belinda Jackson picks the best on offer from the host city of the Commonwealth Games.
Nigel Richardson joins an ex-runaway for a look at the life of Delhi's homeless children.
A crowded, chaotic city, Dehli can be confronting for first timers, but rewarding nonetheless. It is a city saturated in history and culture, where grand British Colonial buildings stand alongside ancient Indian architecture; internationally renowned cuisine is served from roadside vendors and suave five-star restaurants. Take a rickshaw around its modern buildings, vast slums, its massive forts, temples and mosques.