Five Best Shopping Yards Of Delhi

Shreeja By Shreeja, 3rd Sep 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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The vibrant and attractive atmosphere of Delhi markets can make shopping lots of fun. In fact, Delhi has the best markets in India, with handicrafts from all over the country.

Delhi-Haat

Delhi Haat : Location- Shri Aurbindo Marg ( Opposite INA Market) Also At Netaji Subash Place And Pitampura.

If you want to buy some handicrafts and artifacts, Delhi Haat is the best place for your shopping. Delhi Haat give a feeling of traditional weekly village market which is called Haat. The market is a mixture of handicrafts, food, cultural and music performances.

Janpath Market

Janpath Market : Location- Janpath, just off Cannaught Place, In Central New Delhi.

This is a very popular and best market in delhi for shopping. You’ll find goods from everywhere in india and tibet from here. You can buy Handicrafts,hippy clothing, shoes,paintings, brassware,Indian artifacts,leather work and cheap jewelry. However, you’ll need all of your bargaining skills to get a decent price.

Khan Market

Khan Market : Location- South New Delhi, Not Far From India Gate.

This Market is a small U-shaped market. The best thing about this market is its Book-shops, branded and tailors-clothes, ayurvedic food and cosmetics and lamps. You’ll find some lounges with balconies overlooking the street where you can relaxed But you can be disappoint as no bargain, only fixed price.

Chandni-Chowk Market

Chandni-chowk Market : Location- Old Delhi

The chandni chowk market has been established here for hundreds of years and a scent of its winding, narrow alleyways is certainly an adventure. You’ll find here fabrics, jewelry and electronic goods at reasonable prices. Chandni chowk has huge range of electronic items and its also very popular for Delhi street food in India. It has many streets which are divided in small markets with diffrent areas of specialization, for example: dariba kalan is a ancient market of silver jewlery.

Lajpat Nagar Market

Lajpat Nagar Market: Location- South New Delhi, Near Defence Colony

Lajpat nagar market is also one of the oldest and popular market in india. Main attraction of this market is for mehndi design. You’ll find here indian clothing, shoes, bags, paintings,accessories and home furnishings. You can face a bit traffic here cause of parkings.

Sarojini Nagar Market

Sarojini Nagar Market: Location- South new Delhi, near Bhikaji Cama Place

Sarojini nagar market is also known as SN and it is the most sought after places in Delhi. You can buy here fabric, clothes and jewelry. The main point of attraction of shopping are the street side shops, selling garments of all designs and colors, inspite having international and local branded showrooms. if you can bargain, this place is more suitable for you


At the last, point to be noted that while plan to shop here during summer it can be a challenge for you due to the scorching heat of sun. It is better to visit on weekdays for shopping to avoid crowd. I hope you’ll find a great fun here.

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author avatar Val Mills
3rd Sep 2011 (#)

I just love the colours and delightful images here. Although I'll probably never visit, I enjoyed the opportunity to read about these markets.

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author avatar Shreeja
4th Sep 2011 (#)

Val Mills: Thank you so much for liking :)

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
4th Sep 2011 (#)

Wow, Delhi is amazing!
It's a place for a never ending shopping spree!

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author avatar Shreeja
4th Sep 2011 (#)

Indeed :)

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author avatar juny
4th Sep 2011 (#)

Thanks for sharing the places and photos as well :)

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author avatar Shreeja
5th Sep 2011 (#)

thanks a lot,oballesansano :)

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