Best Shopping Places That You Must Explore In Delhiby Ankita Sehgal Freelance Blogger, Lives in New Delhi
Delhi, the capital city, is also a shoppers’ paradise. While Delhi shopping malls cater to the exclusive shoppers showcasing the best of upscale brands, street shopping in Delhi has its own unique charm. The eclectic and colorful assortment of clothes, accessories, home decor items, and just about anything you may wish to but comes together with a delightful platter of street food making the experience a delightful. Here are some of the top street markets in Delhi that are favorites with street shoppers.
Sarojini Nagar Market - If you're fashion-conscious but are looking for inexpensive clothes and accessories, Sarojini Nagar market is the place to be. From export surplus to high quality first copy products, from trendy curtains and home décor items to faux leather boots and shoes, Sarojini Market is a delight for low budget shoppers.
Janpath Market – The Janpath Market is the place where international tourists come looking for Desi bric-a-brac from small brass idols to embroidered Kurtis from Juttis to Jhumkas. Do remember to haggle for your favorite bed covers and scarves here for the prices may vary for foreigners and Indians. If you are looking for best mobile accessory stores in Saket, Select Citywalk mall is the best place to go to.
Lajpat Nagar - Looking out for hand-embroidered but inexpensive dupattas and chunris, semi stitched fabrics, hair accessories and other junk jewelry? Head straight to Lajpat Nagar street market. Apart from the exclusive stoles and fabrics, look out for the bangles and hair accessories, bags and curtains. Indulge on the chaats and momos while you shop here.
Chandni Chowk - Chandni Chowk in old Delhi is one of the oldest and most colorful street markets in Delhi. Kinari Kalan is one place where you can put together an entire wedding trousseau in a budget and Dariba Kalan is known for its silver jewelry and trinkets. Chandni Chowk is also home to some of the oldest perfume shops in Delhi and stock up on exotic ittars and essential oils.
Tibetan Market – Looking for jackets, winter wear, boots, scarves, and socks? Or are trendy bags and backpacks your weakness? The Tibetan Market near ISBT has it all. Look out for the numerous Tibetan trinkets and decor items such as statues, semi-precious stones, paintings, and wall hangings that are sold in the shops at the Tibetan Market.
Dilli Haat - Dilli Haat needs no introduction. It is no longer the traditional haat; the evolution of the Dilli Haat from a traditional street market to a chic marketplace where artisans from various parts of India come and sell their wares. From sarees to printed and embroidered fabrics and from junk jewellery to ethnic wear, and from bangles to shoes you'll find bargain deals on just about everything here. The street food here is as attractive as the wares on display
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