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Located in a grand Victorian building with bas-reliefs by Lockwood Kipling, Rudyard Kipling’s father, Crawford Market looks like a relic of British Bombay. But inside it’s 100% India, with a labyrinth of aisles, a crush of crowds and a riot of goods for sale, from fruit and veg to spices and clothes. Carry cash and bargain hard.