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The food of India in DelhiIn Delhi, the locals have a deep-rooted love affair with their food. From fine dining restaurants to vendors in inconspicuous gullies, the food of India has locals and visitors lining up at all hours to sample the lip-smacking variety. When in Delhi, here’s your guide to eating your way around India without leaving the capital.

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The best free things to do in DelhiIndia's vibrant capital offers a rich mix of historic sites, cultural attractions, lip-smacking street food, colonial architecture and green spaces. The beauty of exploring Delhi is that you can enjoy a variety of experiences without spending a penny. Here are some of our favourite free things to do in Delhi

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Skiing in the Himalayas | skiers in Gulmarg

India's Himalayas offer a unique, uncharted and endless playground. Forget the crowded, manicured Alpine slopes and the cheese-and-fondue routine; going off-piste in the Himalayas is an almost spiritual experience. Whizzing down the raw, rugged terrain from tremendous heights is a powerful and exhilarating feeling and you can ski here at a fraction of the cost as compared to famous resorts in Europe. Take a look at our guide to skiing in the Himalayas.

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Spiritual sightseeing in DharamshalaThere are many incentives to make the 12-hour bus journey from Delhi to Dharamshala. A spiritual audience with the Dalai Lama; the snow-capped Dhauladhar range; crisp mountain air; magnificent pine forests…we could go on. For those looking for spiritual sightseeing in Dharamshala, there’s an abundance of places to visit in this stunning hill station town.

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Ayurveda in India: eight of the best spa retreatsBalmy breezes rustling through coconut groves and spice plantations. Views of far-off mountain peaks. Retreats where you’re encouraged to cast aside technology, are pampered by spa treatments, and can indulge in the ultimate luxury: the ability to lose track of time for a while. These are a few of the things you can expect from Ayurveda in India.

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10 Extraordinary Things to Do in RajasthanIndia’s largest state, set on the northwestern edge of the country where jungle descends into desert, this ancient region has more marvels than are possible to take in during a single trip. Sprawling palaces still, in many cases, house royal families, while towering forts made of sun-baked stone remind visitors of the region’s long history. Sign up for these 10 extraordinary things to do in Rajasthan.

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