Delhi is a fantastic place to have a great shopping experience. You can buy here an array of wonderful stuff ranging from handicrafts and textiles to clothing and jewelry. It is a great shopping hub for all people from Northern India. The city offers endless entertaining markets where you can satiate your shopping desires by purchasing different kinds of stuff. In fact, a Delhi tour is incomplete without visiting local markets of the capital city of India and buying things from here.
Janpath: This popular and vibrant market of Delhi is going to amaze you with its beautiful colors and incredible selling items. This is a place that offers a variety of things, including ethnic wears, daily wear clothing, junk jewelry, traditional and modern footwear, imitation jewelry, bags, wallets & purses, and several decorative items. This is an old market that has witnessed a renovation in recent years.
Chandi Chowk: Chandni Chowk is not the only shopping hub of Delhi but whole northern India. It is the perfect place to do your wedding shopping as you can find here hundred of shops selling copies of designer lehngas and sarees at reasonable rates. You need to use your bargain skills here. The market is comprised of a number of narrow streets comprising of several shops selling clothing, jewelry, and handicrafts. It is also a place to enjoy an assortment of Delhi street food.
Dilli Haat: Located opposite to INA market, Dilli Haat is a huge Delhi market that has been beautifully decorated to make visitors feel like entering into a traditional village market. This is the reason, the name Haat suits to this place. The shops of the market are constructed like small thatched roof cottages and the complete market creates a village like atmosphere. The main specialty of the market is that you can find here an exciting blend of handicrafts, music & culture from all over India. A food stall of each Indian state can be found here selling the main delicacy of the region.
Karol Bagh: Karol Bagh is also a busy and old shopping market of Delhi, which is known for bridal & groom dresses, variety of Indian garments (cotton, silks, woolens and synthetic cloths), footwear, cosmetics, gadgets and electronic items. Near Karol Bagh, you can also visit markets like Ghaffar Market, Ajmal Khan Road, Arya Samaj Road, and Bank Street.
Sarojini Nagar: Sarojini Nagar is very different from the rest of the markets of Delhi. It is famous for selling designer clothes and garments of top brands. You may have doubts that place is selling duplicate items, but these clothes are rejected pieces of big brands or export surplus. These are selling at throwaway rates. You should definitely try the market if have desires to wear cheap branded stuffs.
Lajpat Nagar: It is an ultimate place to buy authentic Indian wears at reasonable rates. You can see here several roadside stalls and showrooms. The market is stuffed with Shopaholics of the middle class. It is an ultimate place to buy reasonably priced Indian kurti, tops and shower seats.