24 September 2012
Last updated at 00:48
Two exhibitions, organised by Delhi-based arts organisation Tasveer, showcase the work of some of the world's best photographers on India. The first one features photographers belonging to Magnum, the famous Paris-based photographic cooperative. This picture, taken by India's Raghu Rai, in 2009, shows wrestlers through a painted gate in Paharganj, a neighbourhood in Delhi.
Steve McCurry took this picture of a boy during Holi, the festival of colours, in the city of Mumbai (then called Bombay) in 1996.
Werner Bischof took this picture in 1951 of a man in Calcutta using bags of grains as his bed.
This is Olivia Arthur's 2005 picture of a member of the Ramnami sect, a group of untouchables in central India whose tattoos represent a unique protest against the oppression of the caste-system. Arthur is one of Magnum's youngest members.
The second exhibition is a selection of pictures by Raghu Rai, one of India's most internationally acclaimed photographers. This is a picture of "two old men, in Old Delhi" in 1970.
Rai took this picture of a mango grove in a village in Uttar Pradesh state in 1996.
A study of sparrows in Delhi, taken by Rai in 1968
A group of men thrash wheat near the Humayun's Tomb, one of India's proudest examples of Mughal architecture, in Delhi. Rai took this picture in 1966.
Rai's portrait of Mother Teresa consoling a child in Calcutta, 1970.