Markets in Capital To Have a Budget Shopping Experience

Our Capital “New Delhi” has been bestowed with many amazing places and we all are aware of that. Be it amusement parks, museums, historical monuments, Delhi is enriched with unmatched places to visit. But did you know that it also has some amazing shopping hubs? Whether you want to buy clothes, fashion accessories, or your footwear you can buy them all at exceptionally reasonable prices. The exotic and vibrant atmosphere of these Markets in Delhi to Explore is definitely going to make your shopping experience enjoyable.

Here are Some Famous Markets to Explore in Delhi:

1. Lajpat Nagar Market

Lajpat Nagar Market

Lajpat Nagar Market is also known as Central Market, caters to the need of middle-class shoppers. Here, you can get beautiful tops, kurtas, and other stuff at budget-friendly rates only if a person is able to bargain right. It is pictured by  female shoppers of different age-groups. The market is huge and you need a minimum 4 to 5 hours to scan it through and make the best purchase decision.

Apart from shopping, this market is also famous for Mehendiwalas. They apply the henna designs on your hands very beautifully with astonishing speed. You can also try ‘Dolma Aunty Momos’ which are a next level delight in the Delhi winters.

Location: Lajpat Nagar

Nearest metro station: Lajpat Nagar (Violet Line)

Closed on: Monday


2. Janpath Market

Janpath Market

Janpath is one of the oldest market in Delhi which is located in Connaught Place. If you know the art of bargain, this place is just made for you!

The ethnic market of Janpath is settled at the center of the CP. Full of vivacity and chaos, Janpath brings out some true artisans of India at one place. Other than proper shops, there are ethnic footwear, fancy tops and other stuffs are also available. You may also see some traditional handicrafts worker sitting between the streets of fixed price shops. This market is small as compared to other markets in Delhi.

Location: Connaught Place

Nearest metro station: Janpath Metro Station (Violet Line)

Closed on: Monday

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3. Chandni Chowk Market

Chandni Chowk Market

Chandni Chowk Market is one of the busiest and oldest markets in India. It is the best market for buying bridal wears. Visiting this market is an adventure in itself as it is bustling with people all the time but don’t stop yourself from stepping in as you can get the exact copies of Bollywood designer lehengas at cheap prices. This place is truly celestial for those who believe in spending the right amount of money for quality clothes that will stand the test of time.

There are narrow and alleys streets where you can find an endless number of shops hidden in the corners. Other than the bridal kinds of stuff, it is also famous for home furnishing materials, and fabrics.

Although, it is always recommended to enter the market with someone who knows the lanes very well otherwise you are bound to get lost here.

Location: Chandni Chowk

Nearest metro station: Chandni Chowk (Yellow Line)

Closed on: Sunday


4. Sarojini Nagar Market

Sarojini Nagar Market

“Sarojini ke kapde pehan ke jaati madam disco” I think you have heard this line in one of the Bollywood movie songs. Well, this the Sarojini Nagar Market aka SN market. This market is Mecca for the bargain hunters. Ranging from accessories to footwear, one-pieces to fancy tops, the market has got it all roofed. You can purchase everything at reasonable prices.

This market is blended with branded showrooms and street market. Teenagers and people who love to follow the trends shop from this market. The crowd will be intolerable on Weekends.

Location: Sarojini Nagar

Nearest metro station: Sarojini Nagar (Pink Line)

Closed on: Monday (only showrooms)


5. Palika Market

Palika Market Delhi market

If you are visiting Delhi for the first time, it is advisable to check out the underground Palika Bazar. All you need to do is taken an exit from Gate No. 6 of Rajiv Chowk Metro Station.

Palika Market is an underground air-conditioned shopping hub positioned in the centre of Connaught Place. The place houses approx. 400 shops selling stuff extending from fashion items to electronic gadgets. You can get winter boots, stoles, woolen tops, and sweaters at steal away prices here.

Location: Connaught Place

Nearest metro station: Rajiv Chowk (Yellow Line)

Closed on: Sunday

I hope, you’ll visit these markets to explore in Delhi to have a budget shopping experience. Please share your experiences in the comments section below. 

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