You Are Here – New Delhi

Second YAH from India was revealed today and it is You Are Here – New Delhi. Did you know Delhi and New Delhi are two distinct entities, with latter being a part of the first? I honestly had no idea.
From the mug:
India Gate – a memorial to 82,000 soldiers of the Indian Army who died in the period 1914–21 in the First World War
Jantar Mantar – an observatory consisting of 13 architectural astronomy instruments. It was completed in 1724, but it was pretty much abandoned by 1867, loosing certain instruments forever.… Read more

You Are Here – Mumbai

Unexpected release from India – You Are Here Mumbai. As per Wiki page, Starbucks has a joint venture company with Tata, which operates all outlets in India. It has about 100 stores, so I guess it made sense to finally have an YAH.
Interesting to note, the English name of Mumbai was Bombay before 1995, when it was officially renamed. It is the most populous city in India (around 19 million people) as well as the wealthiest.
Points of interest from the mug:
Gateway of India – this monument was built between 1913 and 1924 to commemorate the landing of King George V and Queen Mary at Apollo Bunder during their visit to India in 1911.… Read more

Icon – India

This Icon mug came from India. Brown is used as its theme color. The India Gate can be seen on the front of the mug and Cricket Player on the back.
This mug is pretty common.
Countries of production: China, Taiwan… Read more