Waris Ahluwalia is the latest to explore the allure of India and its long history of sparking creativity with his book "To India With Love" (Assouline). India's star has shone in film, literature, music, photography and fashion. Ahluwalia attempts to capture these experiences with contributions from creative types who have found inspiration on the country.The result is a scrapbook of sorts, with each page highlighting the jeweler-slash-actor's friends' experiences with India in prose, photography, drawings or a combination thereof. Highlights include Wes Anderson's picture of teeth and dental instruments for sale (see Anderson's India-infused Profile in Style here), James Ivory recounting the turning point that was his meeting Ismail Merchant - complete with a photo of Merchant's first Indian passport - and a strange story about a beauty parlor and carnivorous dogs by Natalie Portman (see her T Screen Test here). Proceeds from the book, which was inspired in part by last year's attacks on Mumbai, will benefit the Taj Public Service Welfare Trust.