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Top 10 Shopping Markets in Delhi

Shopping in Delhi is a joyful experience. People from all regions of the city and neighbouring States throng the market of walled city of Delhi as well as New Delhi markets. You name it, and the market of the goods, is there, in Delhi. Usually, specialised markets also cater to the tastes of the customers. we have tried to present a picture of Top Shopping Markets in Delhi.

Popular Shopping Markets in Delhi

top 10 Popular Markets of Delhi are listed here. Though utmost care has been taken, the list is not exhaustive and other localities too have nice markets which cater to the needs and tastes of the people.

1. Connaught Place Market

Connaught Place is one of the beautiful, aesthetically pleasing and splendid marketplace, which reminds us of some positive perspective of British Raj. W.H. Nicholls, Designer to British Indian Government was the man who had his vision of the market with fusion of British and Traditional style.

C P, New Delhi
Connaught Place, New Delhi (Pic: www.delhirealestateguy.com)

Divided into A B C D E and F of inner circle, and G H K L M N P of outer circle, the shopping at Connaught Place is an experience of royal touch. The shopping archades though do not offer any particular segmentation but broadly these are classified into– Garment stores, Footwear Stores, Jewellery showrooms and Electronic items.

Connaught place has taken into consideration, the need of entertainment for the shoppers. Thats why four full fleged cinema hubs– Odeon bill cinema, PVR Plaza, PVR Rivoli, and Regale thetres are there to regale the visitors.

There are a number of lounges, restaurants, hotels and ice cream parlours which offers night life extravaganza at its peak. Lively and vivid, exotic and desi songs, foods, bands dances– everything is there, for everyone’s pleasure. It also has  restro-bars,  night groups, discotheques,  etc.

For Shopping experience, you can divide it into–Janpath, Metropolitan, Palika Bazar, Tibetan Market and morning Flower Market. It is said that in Janpath, you need to bargain with the seller as a buyer shamelessly, because the tag may be double the price of the item. Although you can bargain all types of exclusive cultural outfits, footwear, jewelleries, Native indian artifacts’, carpeting and presents in the market.

Janpath market Delhi
Janpath Market is the paradise of street shoppers  (Pic: www.ne-delhi-hotels.com)

Palika Bazar in CP is the biggest underground marketplace of the world. It can accomodate more than 15 thousand people at a time, it is claimed.  It is known as a shopping place of costs. It also have a name for a extensive option unlawful items such as porn, counterfeit items and CDs, application and movies.

Situated from Imperial Resort to Connaught Position, the Tibetan Market is a street of  stores which offer every possible decorative items from all over India.  Although some costly, this market seems to have better costs than many other of the country.

the most weird and new market of Connaught Place is the Flower Market, which usually begins at 4:00 AM and  ends up  by 9:00 AM.T he well-known flowers like Roses, and Carnations  are brought in from Pune and Bangaluru. You can also find different kinds of Gladiolus or the light red trumpet blossoms, marigold  Lilies, Rajnigandha, orchid flowers,  variety of Gerbera which are available in multi shades.

Connaught Place and surrounding markets are closed on every Sunday.

2. Sarojini Nagar Market

Sarojini Nagar market is a heaven for people who wish to spend less, are tight on budget and students desirous of getting into fashion, but on a budget. You can get variety of clothes, designer brands, seconds of known brands, at discounted prices. You can even ask for bargain on these discounted prices.

Sarojini Nagar Market, New Delhi
Sarojini Nagar Market, New Delhi (Pic: www.whatsuplife.in)

You need to put your pride aside, if you really wish to get some treasure of your brands. You can ask for 60 per cent less, and may settle for 40 per cent, normally. Even then, a word of caution: You need to check your wares very carefully, before finalizing the deal because you wont be able to return or exchange it, at a later date.

Restaurants and vegetable market are also inexpensive here. Since the market adjoins the government colonies, meant for its employees, they cater to them on reasonable prices.

3. Karol Bagh Market

Karol Bagh market of New Delhi is representative of Punjabi Culture of delhi. People desirous of shopping of Punjabi style dresses, bridalears, dailywears etc have plenty of showrooms, which caters to their tastes. Even vendors and street hawkers gauge your mood and show you their items accordingly.

Karol Bagh Delhi
Karol Bagh market, New Delhi (Pic: www.wirally.com)

The Karol Bagh shopping is comparatively cheap, with Connaught Place. You also have some scope of bargaining here, which was missing in hardcore Connaught Place market.

You can findout exclusive jewellery shops, branded clothes showrooms, shopping malls, shops dealing in leather items and accessories. You would easily go to Arya Samaj Road for used books. If you arelooking for authentic gold and diamond jewellery, Bank Street is the right place. The jewellers in Delhi including, PP Jewellers, Khanna Jewellers, Tanishq, Mehrasons and a host ofmany others have their showrooms here.

Karol Bagh is also known for used two wheeler and four wheeler market.  The shops of Karol Bagh have extended to several nearby areas like Padam Singh Road, Gurudwara Road, Beadonpura in recent times.

Roshan Di Kulfi of Karol Bagh is known for its tasty kulfis.  Tera Hotel, a dhaba is very famous due to its rates and cuisines. Pind Balluchi as well as Hotel Balaji are the eating joints of rich people. Shudh and Raffles are convenient eat-while-you-shop places in Karol Bagh. Sardar ki Tikkis  and Anjalika’s sandwiches are  favorites of the shoppers here. Popcorn,  and sweet corn are also available here, with their unique tasts.

4. Lajpat Nagar Market

Lajpat Nagar market is very popular among the middle class families of south Delhi and negihbouring areas. You can get some of the best bargain deals in the Central market of Lajpat Nagar. you have choices of girl wear, fashion accessories, branded and non-branded dresses.

Lajpat Nagar, Delhi
Lajpat Nagar Market, New Delhi (Pic: www.ilovedelhi.in)

Its proximity to the Metro station has extended its reach and people from the remote areas of Delhi visit here for their choiciest wares. Famous items of this markets are leather accessories, from belt to bags, women accessories like hair clips and artificial jewellery, decorative wares etc.

The markets displays various varieties of dresses– purely Indian and ethnic to western and European dresses, which imitate the designs of world famous titles.

there are a number of eating joints which will not let you remain hungry. McDonald, KFC, Bikanerwala are some known brands which have made in roads into lajpat Nagar market. Besides, some other food points can also be tried in the crowded market.

5. Chandni Chowk Market

Chandni chowk is the oldest market of walled city of Delhi. Situated in North Central area of Delhi, near Red Fort, it is the busiest market of Delhi. It offers normal sarees to bridal sarees, suits and lehengas for women. Chandni Chowk is the hub of fashionable stuff at the most affordable prices. Its special feature is not only its affordability but also the modern and cotemporary types of patterns, designs and styles on the dresses. The market also have accessory shops in this market dealing in precious and semi-precious metals and stones.

Chandni Chowk Market
Chandni Chowk Market, Old Delhi (Pic: www.blog.klm.com)

Established by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan. the market was arranged in the half moon pattern by the emperor. According to some stories, the main purpose of building Chandni Chowk was to ensure fulfillment of the needs of his queen Jahan ara and her accomplishes. It developed into a silver market over the year where people from allover the country used to gather for trade.


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This market is divided into many smaller shopping areas or markets, each one specialising in certain exclusive trades. The market is specially known for bridal shopping. Exclusive types of clothes, designerwears etc. can be had from the market at an affordable and reasonable rates.

Chandni Chowk, Delhi
Street Market of Chandni Chowk, Delhi (Pic: www.mouthshut.com)

Cycle Market, Photography and Equipment Market, Spices Market, Electronics and Electrical Market, Watch Market are some exclusive types of markets of the Chandni Chowk area.

Gali Paranthewali is also located in the lanes of Chandni Chowk where you can have mouth watering dishes at an affordable rates. other eating joints and vendors also offer their cuisines.

6. Khan Market

Khan Market is known to serve an elite clientele. the area was basically offered to immigrants from the North-West Frontier Province after the partition of India. Now, it has been converted into a popular shopping destination of Delhi. Developed into a U-shaped market you will explore book shops, boutiques, departmental stores, grocers, tailors, showrooms, lifestyle stores, etc in the market.

Khan Market Delhi
A view of Khan Market New Delhi (Pic: www.delhirealestateguy.com)

There are also a couple of boutiques selling up-market household furnishings. Across the road are shops that deals in luminaires. You will also find a number of good quality eating joints in and around market.

Khan Chacha restaurant is known for its tikkas and seekhs are a rage with the crowd. Amrapali is famous for its silver jewellery.

7. South Extension Market

South Extension Market, unlike Lajpat Nagar and Sarojini Nagar is an elitist market. It has so many brand stores that you name it, and the store is there.

South Ex Market, New Delhi
South Ex Market, New Delhi (Pic: www.delhirealestateguy.com)

Located on Local Street at Delhi city, just eastern All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). The area is divided into two – Southern Extension I area and Southern Extension area-II. It is one of  important luxury industry locations in Delhi city.

As with most part of Delhi, the market remains closed on Monday. Its most popular day is Weekend.

The South Ex market is not known for any particular shopping but is famous for its brand culture.

8. Laxmi Nagar Market

The market of Laxmi Nagar caters to the clientele of Eastern Delhi, primarily.  It is the central location of Eastern Delhi and focal point for East delhi. Although the market boasts of several brand stores, but the market is known more for its mass appeal. The stores in narrow lanes, as well as on main roads sell the items which are needed in our day to day life.

Laxminagar market, Delhi
Laxminagar Market of East Delhi (Pic: www.youtube.com)

Laxmi Nagar market offers the cheap trendy clothes to fill your bags here.It also is known for various kind of  books for professional courses and competitive exams. If you are unable to found the books anywhere else in the city, make sure to come and have a look here.

V3Mall and Cinepolis are the great attraction of the area where people visit to get entertainment and shopping experience.

9. Paharganj Market

Identified as a known Street Market to the world of travellers and locals alike, Paharganj is a heaven for leather accessories and trendy fashion jewellery like neckpieces, earrings, cuffs, bangle.

Paharganj Delhi
Paharganj Market, Delhi (Pic: www.panoramio.com)

Colorful woolens, the kind of dresses, women dresses, kurtas, scarfs, accessories for girls all are available in plenty here. A number of shops sells formal tops for girls, exclusively.

Many emporiums deal with perfume and fragrances here. There is so much variety that you will love them. Some shops inported stuffs too.

Paharganj is the destination of inexpensive hotels and guest houses. Moreover, you can eat your choicest food of Indian veg and non-veg. Chinese food are also available in plenty.

10. Greater Kailash Market

Divided into two shopping areas, Greater M-Block and N-Block, the Greater Kailash market is known as one of the happening markets of the capital city of India– New Delhi. This is more known for crowded  street food-corners, showrooms and outlets forwomen and men wear shopping in Delhi. It is one of the best place to buy costume jewelry, traditional  as well ascausal clothes, and fashionable shoes etc.  There are very good restaurants, pubs and nightclubs for which make the places lively.

Greater Kailash New Delhi
Greater Kailash Market– a view (Pic: www.youtube.com)

The dresses for women– whether salwar-kameez or western outfits, all are available at a price here. Though modern and trendy, these items are less in terms of quality and rates too.

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