Shopping in Delhi


Delhi! The city all kind of shopping destinations.  It goes on the extreme sides, from the traditional to modern. Delhi market can provide everything that a shopper can think of. So come and let’s explore the Delhi Bazaar!

  • Retail Bazaar
  • Whole Sale Bazaar
  • Shopping Malls

There are bazaars in Delhi where it is tough to discriminate between the retailer and the wholesaler. The same shop in the same bazaar sometimes become a retailer for some shoppers and for the other becomes the wholesaler. It is only because of the kind of the shoppers and the bargaining limit.

  • Janpath and Palika Bazaar


Palika Bazaar, a fully underground market and is air-conditioned too. It is a market famous for clothes, perfumes, and electronics. It is also subway for the metro. Here we get reasonable and cheap clothes as well as branded too. Bargaining can be done over here.


Janpath a roadside market is well known for the quality and the reasonable price. Bargaining is common here. Open from Monday to Saturday. From morning 10 to Evening till 9 it is open for shopping.

  • Chandni Chowk


Oldest market in Delhi, Chandni Chowk is famous for the bridal dresses all over the India. Embroidery works, silk and cotton one can get at a reasonable rate. Semi-precious jewellery and naturally coloured dupattas with the wide range of variety is available. Not only is this but it a hub for delicious food too.

  • Karol Bagh


Karol Bagh, another oldest as well as the busiest bazaar of Delhi is famous for almost everything that one can think of. Bridal wear to daily wear, daily needs to electronic gadgets everything is sold here. Going to this bazaar one should try the Gaffar Market and the Bank bazaar.

  • Dilli Haat


Dilli Haat is the famous haat bazaar where a shopper can get the antique and traditional things. Villagers come and sell their items under the thatched roof in this market. A shopper can get various kinds of handlooms in this haat bazaar. Visiting hours: 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

  • Greater Kailash


In this market, you have two ways to go, M-Block and N-Block. Both the blocks are highly crowded and are well known for the food items. It is the market where after getting tired from the shopping of traditional clothes and ethnic jewellery accompanied with footwears one can have the place like pubs, restaurants to chill out.

  • Connaught place


A place to die for the shopping freak people. Here we have all big showrooms and the branded clothes, jewellery, footwear, electronics, bookstores, handicrafts from all over India and many more things. Connaught place offers the big and most happening night pubs. Apart from this, we get many good restaurants here. In the centre, we have a big ground to sit for a while if got tired while shopping. It is so big that a whole day is far less to cover the whole market.

  • Lajpat Nagar


If you are in Delhi and you are shopping, the Lajpat Nagar is a must go place. It is a market with reasonable rates. Salwar kameez and regular wear saris with good quality work are available in this bazaar.

  • Sarojini Nagar


No matter how many markets you have visited for shopping clothes but in front of Sarojini Nagar, everything goes waste. Here one can get the best-branded clothes on the cheap prices. Getting branded clothes on cheap cost may give a click like duplicate clothes with the brand name are here but it is a myth. Here we have the factory outlet for the big brands and therefore shoppers can get good branded clothes at a very reasonable cost.

  • South extension market

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The posh market of Delhi with big nightclubs and the high society people all around. It is the market of Richie rich people. It is a market with luxurious shops. Here one can go to the big night pubs bars restaurants.

  • Khan Market


A market shaped in the style of alphabet U is a market for the people who like to carry themselves in the trendiest way. Here we can look for the big brands and the boutiques of the famous designers. It is a place highly recommended for the people who love travelling. Travellers and shoppers too can taste the most delicious food items here in the restaurants and at cafes.

  • Tibetan Market


Tibetan market is basically a market set up by the people by the Tibetan people and here a shopper can get Tibetan goods. Here a shopper can apply all the bargaining skills and can get the good clothes at a reasonable price. It is a market quite popular among the students in Delhi that come from all across the country, India. You can visit this market daily, as it is open on all the days of the week.


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