Chandni Chowk in Delhi Gets a New Fresh Look after Revamp- Images Out!

Posted on September 15, 2021 by

CM Kejriwal revealed the new and enhanced version of Delhi’s hub ‘Chandni Chowk.’ Images indicate that the 1.3km long old lane is now revamped and open for tourists with added guidelines!

Chandni Chowk Gets Revamped and Look More Interesting Now!

Did you pay a visit to the new Chandni chowk? Well, you might feel more excited to get a glimpse of your favorite shopping lane in Delhi. Who knew you might move through the unknown waters on the upcoming trip.

Chandni Chowk receives a makeover, and the eye-pleasing pictures are out after its inauguration by the Chief Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal, last Sunday. The entire market looks clean, colorful, and brighter than ever. Streets await its regular rush!

New Modifications Surges Up the Look of the Market!

Chandni Chowk market was always known for being the busiest and highly crowded place in the city. It has now availed a new leaf along with the special pedestrian zone to take a good walk. The good news is that newer street food joints will remain open for longer hours at night. The security and safety at this place are at par. There are new post-pandemic crowd management measures levied as well.

At the inauguration, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal at the Fountain Chowk Main Market stated that “It has already become an important tourist place. I came to know that people come here to roam till 12 am.”

He further continued that the street food joint would stay open for almost 3-4 hours more, and the timings would extend till 12 am. As a result, localities and tourists can spend some leisure hours at the famous Delhi market. After opening a new market, people would spot a couple of new food joints to munch on delectable Delhi delicacies!

Major Alterations and Highlights of the Chandni Chowk Revamp!

The latest walkways at the Chandni Chowk market are almost 2.5m wide and extend from the Red Fort to the Fatehpuri Masjid crossing has now become a pedestrian-friendly corridor. There are also reports that this extension would get covered under the ‘No Traffic Zone’ from 9 am to 9 pm.

The sources state that the Chandni chowk revamp project received approval way back in August 2018, but the work received pace in December 2018. There were anticipations on project completion by March 2020 that were delayed owing to the Coronavirus havoc in India and the world. Hoping for the busy streets soon!