Shopper’s Paradise in Delhi, where you can shop till you drop

Posted on January 29, 2017 by

When it comes to shopping, Delhiites would never have a dearth of options. No matter what their budget is, there always are options where they can have the best shopping experiences. Here are the best places in and around Delhi where you could spend a great evening while doing some shopping.

Dilli Haat- The best among all, Delhi Haat with its small thatched roof cottages is a one-stop shopping destination in Delhi.  The traditional village market has a great ambiance and offers exotic handicrafts, beads, footwear and other handmade artistic pieces from all over the country. The market is open daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., including national holidays. Indian handicrafts and artifacts are the best things to buy.


Janpath and Tibetan Market- The very lively and one of favorite shopping centers for the Delhi people, the market offers goods from everywhere in India and Tibet here. The place is great for buying handicrafts, hippy clothing, home decors, footwear, shoes, paintings and other fashion accessories at surprisingly affordable prices given you have the necessary bargaining skills. The market sets itself up at the center of the city, Connaught place.



The place is definitely not for the faint of heart as it is chaotic and noisy, yet some of the best bargain shopping in Delhi can be experienced here. Many of the shops located here deal in wholesale selling and export to foreign countries. The place is a shopping haven, lined with shops that are full to the brim with books, music, metal neck pieces and junk jewelry, bags, clothes, shoes, incense, textiles, wooden statues, and handicrafts.


Chandni Chowk- Exploring the items to buy while walking through the narrow alleys amidst the chaos is one great experience in itself. The market has been here for hundreds of years and also known as the symbol of the great Delhi street food. The lanes of Chandni Chowk are segregated into bazaars with different areas of specialization. For fabrics, you should head to Katra Neel. In the Bhagirath Palace area, you’ll find an enormous range of electronics.  Kinari bazaar is the place for everything you need for a wedding, including saris. The market is open daily except for Sundays.

Khan Market- Khan Market is a small, U-shaped shopping market. One of the classiest shopping destinations, in the city, the bargain seekers don’t usually get too happy coming here. Among the branded outlets, the market is known as being the hub for the book lovers and other artistic goods. For Ayurvedic food, medicine, and skin care check out Biotique, and Khadi.

Lajpat Nagar- The chaotic and noisy Lajpat Nagar market provides an interesting glimpse into Indian culture. The roadside stalls and showrooms are always buzzing with the middle class Delhiites hunting for Indian clothing, shoes, bags, accessories including mesmerizing Indian bangles, and home furnishings. The street food is also tongue twisting here. One of this market’s main attractions is the Mehendiwalas, who will apply beautiful henna designs to your hands.


South Extension

The South Extension market, popularly known as South Ex is one of the most posh markets located in South Delhi. Divided into 2 parts –South Extension – I and South Extension – II, the market has numerous shops brimming with leading Indian and International brands you yearn for. It is a perfect place for shopaholics and one of the best markets in Delhi to do some bridal shopping. But ladies, you should have your pockets full of this elite shopping place!

All we think about is looking our best and wearing the best stuff. Isn’t it girls? So all the shopping enthusiasts out there hit these 7 shopping places for buying almost anything you desire on this planet.

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