I do not know them, I use a tailor in Mumbai called kachins. When I was introduced to them, I was told that this was one of the best tailors in Asia. having used tailors in hong kong and bankok, as well as in a couple of other places, I would say they could very well be. certainly much better than the work I had seen in those cities. The big problem is fabric, India has some decent fabric, but the really inexpensive suits are made of indian fabric. the imported is heavily taxed, so what you want to do is buy good fabric and bring it. Kachins would do 4 or so fittings for a suit, they had a trouser guy, a waistcoat guy and a coat guy, as well as a master who would over see the whole operation. It wasn't a fast cheap suit, but they did exactly what I told them, and did very nice work. not up to par with either saville row or italy probrably, but I would bet as good as anything you could get in asia. I was very demanding, with a lot of specific details, 4 pieces (2 pair pants, waistcoat, coat) for about $150 in labor, plus the fabric. I have been rotating 6 suits for about 4 years now and they are all still in good shape. I am counting on not having to buy any suits for another 2-3 years. There are probrably thousands of tailor shops in india. I know kachins in good, similar story, 3 genrations, founded pre-indipendence, huge building in a good part of the city. Vaish may be the equivilent in New Delhi. If you want shirts, I would say that there is consensus on the place - Maharajas. They do great work, for about 15 bucks a shirt, with fabric.