The Hegde family welcomes Oprah to Mumbai's Colaba neighborhood

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The Hegde family welcomes Oprah to Mumbai's Colaba neighborhood.
Oprah visits the Hegde family in Mumbai

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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

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Twins Anisha and Tanisha greet Oprah with flowers and blessings.
Mumbai, India

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A narrow street winds through Mumbai, a metropolis that's home to more than 20 million people.
Author Gregory David Roberts and Oprah Winfrey

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Gregory David Roberts takes Oprah on a tour of one of Mumbai's bustling neighborhoods.
Oprah sits down for her first traditional Indian meal

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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.
Custom saris

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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.

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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.
Musicians

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Gifted musicians from A.R. Rahman's school perform at the star-studded party.
Bollywood dancers

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Bollywood dancers entertain the crowd, which include famous Indian actors (like Shahrukh Khan), composers, directors and screenwriters.

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