Delhi is the most polluted city we saw that year. An alley in the Nizamuddin quarter Delhi street food. Will it last the city's new law against it? We hope so. Isa Khan's Mosque, near Nizamuddin and Humayun's Tomb
Tomb of Isa Khan, built c. 1547 Detail of Isa Khan's Tomb Wall around Isa Khan's Tomb Furry creature at Isa Khan's Tomb
West Gate to Humayun's Tomb Garden near Humayun's Tomb Humayun's Tomb, completed in 1565 Humayun's Tomb
Jali work on windows of Humayun's Tomb Cricket players Snake charmer The Paharganj Quarter of Delhi
A cyber cafe in Paharganj Street in Paharganj A chai (tea) seller Looks like french toast -- looks good!
Muslim butchers Showing folks their picture Entrance to the Jama Masjid, the Great Mosque The Jama Masjid is the largest mosque in India and can hold up to 25,000 worshippers.
Red Fort, seen from Jama Masjid The Jama Masjid, completed in 1658 Walls of the Red Fort The Lahore Gate, main entrance to the Red Fort
Hall of Public Audience in the Red Fort Hall of Private Audience in the Red Fort Detail of the Hall of Private Audience Hall of Private Audience, well protected
The (wonderful) Crafts Museum Horse statues outside the Crafts Museum A monumental chariot in the Crafts Museum Beautiful wood work at the Crafts Museum
A plate in the Crafts Museum Incredible wood-craft in the Crafts Museum Benares saris in the Crafts Museum The eco-museum, old buildings from around India, on the grounds of the Crafts Museum
A dwelling in the eco-museum More dwellings at the eco-museum A raised dwelling at the eco-museum A Nicobar hut from the Andaman Islands
Painted walls at the Crafts Museum Musicians in the court of the Crafts Museum This looks like ceramic.