The town of ‘Dilawale’ is a famous not only for its rich heritage, culture, monuments but also for shopping. People from small towns buy goods in bulk from here. If you ever come to Delhi, then come visit shopping centers located here. There are so many shopping markets that many times people wonder where they should go shopping, so let’s do something so that your confusion is removed. Here, we will tell you about such markets in Delhi, where you can get hundreds of variations with good quality at low prices.
So let’s know about these markets.
Janpath is a place where you can do the best street shopping. Here most of the small kiosks sell all types of cotton fabrics and artifacts. These clothes are usually export-surplus and sold at very cheap prices. There is a lot of silver and artificial jewelry made of silver, in which semi-precious stones are studded. After the partition of India and after China occupied Tibet, a large number of refugees came to India and they settled in the form of traders. There are some skills required to shop here. First of all, you should have the ability to differentiate between real and fake. Secondly, you should have a habit of earning patiently.
Also called as CP. The busiest in all shopping spots in Delhi, Connaught Place. Here you can go to several shopping stores and outlets in one place. In CP many big showrooms will also meet your demands for shopping, where you can buy classic fabric items, jewelry, Indian books, handicrafts items and electronic items. Apart from the showroom, there are also many big hotels, restaurants, and cafes. To get to this shopping market you can reach the Rajiv Chowk Metro Station which is the most famous and crowded metro station of Delhi. This market is open till late in the night.
By the way, if you are good at bargaining, then there is no better place than Sarojini Nagar market for you. In this affordable market, you will get lots of options. This market is so big that you will not be able to see it for the first time in one go. With a lot of Indian clothes and Western clothes makes this market the most different from others. However, this market is not a good option for Indian wearers.
Central Market Lajpat Nagar
If you want to have a great shopping experience and want to buy every style of clothing, the central market of Lajpat Nagar is most suitable for you. In this market, you can get everything from the needle to the mountain, provided you get an idea of the market. It would be better if you visit this market with a locality. Good shopping material, excellent stuff, and atmosphere, everything is absolutely perfect. Surely, this market will definitely move for good shopping at affordable prices.
This is the most suitable place for shopping. The market with huge population has existed for more than three centuries, where traders used to come from Turkey, China, and Holland. From here you can buy artworks and memorabilia. Dariba Kalan is known for its pearls, gold and silver ornaments and perfumes (natural aromas). Gulab Singh Johari Mal, a famous perfume manufacturer, and exporter, came to this market in 1819.
Khari babli must be awarded for the ‘spices of spices’ – do not forget that it was the spices that made India roam from the west. The border market for Zari and Zardozi’s coop-edges and panels is a suitable place. All types of cloth such as silk, satin, crepe, cotton, and maslin can be bought in Katra Neel’s textile market. Bhagirath Palace is Asia’s largest market of electrical goods, as well as medical equipment and allopathic medicines.
Pearl Market is famous for the work of shawls and pearls, then for Tilak Bazar Chemical.
Karol Bagh Market
Gaffar Market, Ajmal Khan Road, Arya Samaj Road and Bank Street are all in Karol Bagh Market. In addition to Bridal Garments, Jewelry and Sari etc., you will also find imported gadgets and accessories. In this market, you get all kinds of things on the track. Karol Bagh is an ideal place for shoppers, where you can find everything you need. Various showrooms of big brands are here. The Khan Market is one of the oldest markets. Khan Market is the place where you will find all that you are looking for. Here you can buy designer clothes, jewelry, electronic items. This place has always attracted those people who love the fragrances of books. Be aware that today’s one branded showroom makes this place a shopping hub. Here are the most used books. In addition to the low value, a wide variety of out-of-print books, hard-to-find books pull buyers out here. From fiction to medical science, from architecture to cookery, from comics to atlas, from classics to magazines and management to various interests and books with different names and styles.
M Block GK
This market of Greater Kailash Part One is called the Elite Class Market. Along with a large branded showroom, the street market here is also amazing. You can easily find all the things related to the hairpin to the high-end fashion cloth.
Sadar Bazar is known as the largest wholesale market in Delhi, but you can also make retail shopping from here. Here you get all things including artificial julari, stationery, toys and utensils at such low prices that you can not even imagine. Everything you need, all the things of the house, you will get here in the market easily and at affordable prices.
The Tibetan Bazaar
Tibetan Bazaar is also known as the Monastery Market in Delhi. This market, on the ring road, an unknown gate under the ISBT Shahdara link flyover arch, takes an unexpected gate in a big market, where the stalls adjacent to each other are stuck with idols, aromas, shawls, paintings and Tibetan artifacts, Along with this, jewelry and semi-precious stones will also be found here. Various shops with clothes and accessories are very popular among the youth of Delhi.
Delhi Haat is an art and craft market under an open sky, Delhi Hats are known for the arts and craft stores of skilled, reputable and registered craftsmen from all over India. If you are in Delhi then we suggest you come here. If you are coming here, then you must take care of your budget as this market is one of the most expensive markets in the whole of Delhi.
It is sure that there will be no bigger market than Delhi’s market.