The Hegde family welcomes Oprah to Mumbai's Colaba neighborhood.
Oprah and novelist Gregory David Roberts (far right) go inside the Hegde family's 10-foot-by-10-foot home. "The entire family lives and sleeps in this space," Oprah says.
Twins Anisha and Tanisha greet Oprah with flowers and blessings.
A narrow street winds through Mumbai, a metropolis that's home to more than 20 million people.
Gregory David Roberts takes Oprah on a tour of one of Mumbai's bustling neighborhoods.
Oprah sits down for her first traditional Indian meal with the Somani family. "We encourage you to eat with your hands, Oprah, just for a new cultural experience," says Padmini, one of Oprah's hosts.
Indian fashion designer Tarun Tahiliani created custom saris for Oprah. "I thought: 'I have the body for a sari. I have a sari body!'" Oprah says.
Oprah talks to A.R. Rahman, the celebrated composer best known for his work on Slumdog Millionaire, at a party thrown in her honor by billionaire socialite Parmeshwar Godrej and her husband, Adi.
Gifted musicians from A.R. Rahman's school perform at the star-studded party.
Bollywood dancers entertain the crowd, which include famous Indian actors (like Shahrukh Khan), composers, directors and screenwriters.