In this article, we talk about the top 10 amazing shopping markets in Delhi. Friends, Take it once again we are always taking a new video for you as usual.
The vibrant atmosphere of Delhi’s markets can make shopping fun. In fact, Delhi has the best markets in India, selling a vast array of commodities including handicrafts from across the country. There is a treasure trove of items to be discovered in these top markets of Delhi.
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10) Pahar Ganj
If you want to buy goods in bulk and at very low prices … then welcome to Pahar Ganj. Mountain coral is very famous for colored and glass-like fabrics. What did you say? Don’t you want clothes Hey, where are you going, here you will not only find clothes, but also jewelry, shoes, books, wooden figurines, bags, bangles, scented candles, and do not even know.
9) Karol Bagh
You must have heard about Karol Bagh. It is the oldest market in Delhi, where shops and large colonies are also built. Karol Bagh is famous for its clothing and leather shops. Here you will find good quality leather shoes, belts, purses, bags, handbags and many things at affordable prices. Apart from this, the place is also known for traditional Indian clothes and weddings.
8) Shankar Market
Shankar Market is one of the oldest and best market for clothes in Delhi. This is one of the few places where you can find clothes, wholesalers and small traders together in one place, and for women, this place is bursting … I am! All types of clothes are available here in such variety and at such cheap prices. Yes guys! The lehenga-chunri kurti, saree, and salwar-kameez are all being found here, boss. In addition, there are stitch-weaving shops and taylor shops offering samples of their art.
7) Dilli Haat
Dilli Haat is not just a market, it is a complete package of entertainment. If you want to dance with delicious food, cultural music and an exhibition of handmade textiles and artifacts, you will be happy. Apart from this, you will find jewelry, sarees, beautiful utensils and furniture made of sandalwood. So friends, whenever you come to Delhi, you don’t forget to go to Delhi.
6) Lajpat Nagar
In Lajpat Nagar you get a glimpse of Indian culture. Lajpat Nagar Market is one of the oldest markets in India. Here you will find small stalls on the side of the road with a big showroom and now listen to me carefully… Women’s clothes are available here at very cheap prices. Needs to be negotiated right now. You will also find many good people here, seeing their unmatched art and pace, you will not be able to live without praising them.
5) Khan Market
Khan Market is one of the most luxurious and expensive markets in Delhi. It was named in honor of Abdul Ghaffar Khan when he helped many traders come to India after the partition of the country. Large showrooms and boutiques are built here. Whether it is gold jewelry and clothes or electronics and kitchen items, you will get famous brands of everything and if you feel hungry after walking, then the hotels and cafes are also here to serve you. Just remember one thing that bargaining is strictly prohibited here.
Delhi’s Janpath Market is also called the Tibetan Market because there will be items connected to every corner of Tibet, not only India. There is nothing good for everyone who comes here in Janpath market. Here you will find all the artifacts of ancient India, brass utensils, paintings, shoes, jewelry and clothes. And if you are returning home after a long walk, then take something from here, people will feel that you have come to Ladakh (Ladakh).
3) Sarojini Nagar
The market has been named Sarojini Nagar in honor of Sarojini Naidu, who has contributed significantly to India’s independence. Here you will find one of the big brand designers and expensive clothes at very low prices from home and abroad. This is the reason why there is a crowd around the world and especially the youth. So what are you thinking You should go through the city of Sarojini and keep changing yourself with the changing trends, spend less money… do you know? There is also a market for sweets shops and vegetables.
2) Chandni Chowk
It is very difficult to go to Delhi and not come to Chandni Chowk. Enhancing the pride of Delhi for several hundred years, walking in the streets of this market is nothing short of an adventure in itself. Here every street has its own specialty, in which you will get to see something different. Dariba Kalan of Chandni Chowk is a very old market for silver jewelery and every kind of electricity will be found in Bhagirath Palace and do you know? Khari Baoli in Old Delhi is the largest spice market in Asia.
1) Connaught Place
We have all heard about Connaught Place, but do you know that it was built by the British in the 18th century? It was built in Horseshoe, built in the shape of a horseshoe and was inspired by the Royal Crescent built in Somerset, England (Somerset, England). Connaught Place C is divided into two circles, where you can also have showrooms ranging from small shops to famous brands like Adidas, Ellen Soli, Omega, Lee, Phila, Pepe and Park Avenue. There are many cinemas and cinema halls here and you might not know that 3 famous films like 3 Idiots, Rang De Basanti, PK, Aaj Din, Special 26 and Hate Story have also been shot in Connaught Place.