On the final day of Their Royal Highnesses's Autumn Tour, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall began the morning by visiting India Gate to lay a wreath, and view inscriptions on the wall of the plinth. Their Royal Highnesses also observed a two minute silence whilst they were there.
India Gate is situated at the heart of New Delhi and is India's national war memorial for soldiers.
Later that morning, The Duchess of Cornwall met taxi drivers from Women on Wheels.
The Duchess was introduced to three of the organisation's 500 or so female employees, including Khushi, 26, who told Her Royal Highness: "This is a different kind of job for women. I was doing various jobs, domestic service, working as a beautician, when I heard about this from a neighbour in south Delhi.
"I have been working as a taxi driver and now I am a trainer and I am so very proud of my job. My father was not sure at first and a little scared for me, but my mother was always very proud.
"It's very unusual to see a women taxi driver, still. When I stop at the traffic lights I can see people turning round to look in at me.
"We only take women and families, or men when they are with a lady.
Meanwhile, The Prince of Wales visited Lajpat Nagar-III School to meet with the British Asian Trust.
The British Asian Trust was founded in 2007 by The Prince and a group of visionary British Asian business leaders. It backs sustainable solutions to the challenges of poverty and injustice and enables people to unlock their potential.
In the afternoon, The Prince of Wales invested Captain William Martin Howard as a Member of the Civil Division of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (M.B.E). Martin Howard has worked in India since the late 1980s. Realising the lack of education options for the local children in his village, he established a school in 2000.
As a final engagement on the Autumn Tour, The Prince of Wales gave a speech at a reception at the High Commissioner's Residence. 150 guests in the garden of the High Comissioner's Residence celebrated the relationship between India and the UK.