The capital city, Delhi is an amalgamation of old and new culture. This city offers a lot to tourist and its residents as it has everything from the legacy of past to dreams of the future. But when it comes to fun and frolic the metropolis can beat any city of India. It has shiny markets, food joints serving mouth-watering dishes and many places where you can buy beautiful dresses. We are providing you a short guide to the markets of Delhi and can guarantee that you can’t stop yourself shopping endlessly from these markets.
Lajpat Nagar is heaven for Shopaholics and food lovers. It offers a variety of shopping options from branded showrooms to the flea market. With little bargaining tactics, you can make a good deal with an average amount of money in your pocket. Along with clothes and accessories, a range of kitchen tools and furnishing items is available at different shops in this market. Lajpat Nagar is a market, which caters to all the needs of a homemaker.
Sarojini Nagar is a hub for all the street-shopping lovers, which is particularly famous for its low pricing items. One can get trendy clothes at affordable prices here. Even if you find something over your range you can always bargain for it. From latest clothes and stylish footwear to funky jewellery you will find everything here. Amazing street food options like momos, chicken rolls, chaat paapdi, faaluda kulfi, kaala khatta, etc. is available in the market. It is one of the best places to hang out while shopping and relishing your taste buds.
This 17th-century market is the hub of ethnic wear in Delhi. It is a perfect amalgamation of ancient architecture and modern market. This place remains crowded during the wedding season in North India. Especially known for the designer sarees, this market caters all the needs of ethnic wear shopping. Nai Sarak is a place, which is full of cloth emporium. From lehengas to designer sarees, from nawabi sherwani to bandh gala you can find it all here, that too at reasonable price.
Connaught place, in short called C.P., is one of the oldest markets of Delhi. Built in the colonial period this market has showrooms of almost all the branded apparel. If your pocket is not that deep you can check out at Palika Bazaar and Janpath for budget shopping. One can get jewellery, bags, books etc., from the hawkers at the inner circle. Book lovers can find any title from the bookstore available here. This place has some very good bakeries, restaurants, and lounging bars so one can rejoice after the tired session of shopping and get refreshed.
5Rajouri Garden Market
One of the best in West Delhi, this market is full of malls and shopping centers. Rajouri Garden market is known for its Punjabi food joints and is a hub of women’s clothing. From ethnic wear to western wear, from gol gappe to Tandoori Momos you will find all the things in good taste here.
6South Extension Market
South Extension market is the place for the brand conscious gentry. Located in the heart of New Delhi this place has showrooms of all the multinational brands. Apart from clothing, one can find the showrooms of branded jewelry, branded optical, and watches. This place has a lot of food joints serving Indian, Chinese, and Continental food.
7Karol Bagh Market
Karol Bagh Market is one of the best markets for party and wedding shopping. Located in Central Delhi, this market has a lot of emporium selling bridal and groom wear. One can find lehengas or Sherwanis at incredibly reasonable prices here, which will not dig a hole in pocket. Tank road is a hub of Denim manufacturers. So, if you want to buy formal or ethnic wear or may be a pair of denim in a budget price Karol Bagh is a place to check out.