Oprah first studied this world wonder as a child in school. Now, she's finally seeing India's Taj Mahal in person. Watch as Oprah visits the palace and learn why this is a monument to true love.
In India, some women are left homeless and penniless after their husbands die. Go inside a shelter run by Dr. V. Mohini Giri's Guild For Service, which provides safe haven, job training and dignity to more than 100 displaced women. Plus, find out why Oprah says Dr. Giri's spirit is a reflection of Mother Teresa.
On the last leg of her journey through India, the royal family of Jaipur sends Oprah off in style with a palace party, complete with bejeweled camels, horse-drawn carriages and painted elephants. Watch as Oprah dines with the queen of Jaipur, Her Highness Maharani Padmini Devi, and shares why the party was her favorite moment in India.
If you've ever dialed customer service for an airline, phone company or credit card service, chances are the person on the other end of the line is halfway around the world in India. Call centers are a booming business, employing about 350,000 people across the country. Get a rare glimpse inside one of Mumbai's dozens of call centers.
Women's rights activist and author Gloria Steinem says she has no fear of aging. Watch as she opens up to Oprah about getting older, her biggest regret in life and the do-over she was grateful to have.
During a discussion with Oprah, women's rights activist Gloria Steinem and a group of Barnard College students, a question many women ask is raised: Can women have it all? Watch as Gloria opens up about why she eventually decided to marry and whether she thinks she paid a price to live the life she has led.
Julie, a freshman at Barnard College, believes Gloria Steinem's feminist fight took on political issues of the day. Today, she says, feminism's fight is against more subtle forces, such as body image and sexual harassment. Watch as Oprah, Gloria and other Barnard students discuss popular culture and society's approach to body image.
Can you still be a feminist if you decide to stay at home instead of having a career? During a Q&A session with Barnard College students, Gloria Steinem explains why feminism is about choice. Then, find out why Gloria says women lose power as they get older, and men gain it. Plus, Gloria shares her thoughts on women in politics today.
At age 19, Oprah got a call that changed the trajectory of her career forever. Watch as she shares her thoughts on finding your calling and using it for a greater good. Plus, find out why Gloria Steinem says authenticity is an important example to set for others.
Gloria Steinem never keeps her age a secret. At a proud 78, she is still teaching us and rocking the equality movement. She often heads downtown in New York City to see one of her favorite bands, Betty, and even joins them onstage. Watch one of her sets!