Best Bazaar
of delhi you must
go there

Famous Shopping Places

Dilli Haat

Connaught Place

Janpath

Spent a great morning at Dilli Haat (INA). Wonderful place for arts and crafts from all over India. It had everything from clothes and great leather goods to embroidered/ beaded fashion bags, silver jewellery, paintings, home decor and a whole load of exotic Indian crafts. One can stop for a break at the cafe and spend more time there. A small entrance fee is levied, the craft village is run by Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corp. This is the perfect answer to tourists finding local bazaars a bit too crazy!!! One will find a great mix of people there from tourists to expats and arty Indians looking for a good bargain. Great place to browse around. Highly recommended!

 

Location: 21, Aurobindo Marg, Near INA Metro Station,

Kidwai Nagar West, New Delhi, Delhi 110023

Metro Station: Netaji Subhash Place || Open: All Day

Timings: 10:30AM–10PM

Right at centre of Delhi, Connaught place is bustling market place designed in Georgian style semi-circular stretch of double storeyed building. Architect Robert Tor Russel sketched and commissioned the construction of this market which is named after the Duke of Connaught. It is regal and old-fashioned in its flavour, and that adds a hint of antiquity which is unique. Top tier brands of retail outlets, global chain of restaurants, contemporary coffee houses and Cineplex’s are scattered in the area. There is a large well-maintained park right at the epicentre. It provides a place to unwind after you’ve taken a stroll around the market and swiped your credit cards to exhaustion.

 

Location: Connaught Place, New Delhi,  Delhi, 110001, India

Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk || Close: Sunday

Timings: 10AM–8:30PM

The Janpath street market is a cluster of handicraft and traditional retail stores stretched about 1.5 km in a straight line. This market is living organism that breathes culture, gossips and ornamental handicrafts that acts as a perfect souvenir. It is midscale shopping zone where trendy conventional art styled apparels are sold my local peddlers. It is hot spot for tourist because this lively market is ideal for anyone who wishes to dig into rich historical contours of Delhi and wish to take a pearl or two back home for memories.

 

Location: Janpath, Janpath, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001

Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk || Open: All Day

Timings: 11AM–8PM

Baba Kharak Singh Marg Market

Chandni Chowk

If you would like to have the pick of all states, go to the State Emporia Complex on Baba Kharak Singh Marg. Shawls are the main attraction of Zoon, the Kashmir emporium, and bronze lamps and icons of Poompuhar, the Tamil Nadu emporium. Those interested in exquisite silks should go to Cauvery, the Karnataka emporium. Amrapali, the Bihar emporium, is famous for Madhubani paintings, while Rajasthali, the Rajasthan emporium, and Gurjari, the Gujarat emporium, are popular destinations for printed cottons, miniature paintings and jewellery. You get tea at Manjusha, the West Bengal emporium, and wood carvings at Mrignayani, the Madhya Pradesh emporium. Manjusha is also popular for its silk and cotton saris - Taant, Dhakai, Baatik, Jamdani, Kantha, Baluchari and Swarnachuri. The three - storeyed Tripura emporium called Purbasha is jam-packed with goodies for your home: beautiful stuff made of bamboo and cane.

 

Location: Palika Kendra, Arya School Ln, Raja Bazar Road Area, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001

Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk/ Shivaji Stadium || Close: Sunday

Timings: 10:30AM–7PM

The DNA of Delhi’s culture from where other market emerges. Chandni Chowk is buzzing with chaos and the air of sweet pandemonium. This vibrant market took birth when Emperor Shahjahan shifted his capital from Agra to Delhi and it literally translates into moonlight square.It’s a shopper paradise brimming with leather garments, stationary and perfumes. There is lane named ‘Nai Sarak’ which is ration depot for bibliophile, Dariba Kalan for silver jewellery, and Chawri Bazaar for musical instruments.

Millions of food joints have grown randomly in and around this market like branches budding from a trunk of a tree. Food here are authentic to the Mughal culture as it is still largely managed by family of chefs who served in royal kitchen.

 

Location: Meena Bazar, Meena Bazaar, Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk, New Delhi, Delhi 110006

Metro Station: Chandni Chowk || Close: Sunday

Timings: 10:30AM–9:30PM

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Best Bazaar

of delhi you must

go there

Famous Shopping Places

Dilli Haat

Connaught Place

Janpath

Spent a great morning at Dilli Haat (INA). Wonderful place for arts and crafts from all over India. It had everything from clothes and great leather goods to embroidered/ beaded fashion bags, silver jewellery, paintings, home decor and a whole load of exotic Indian crafts. One can stop for a break at the cafe and spend more time there. A small entrance fee is levied, the craft village is run by Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corp. This is the perfect answer to tourists finding local bazaars a bit too crazy!!! One will find a great mix of people there from tourists to expats and arty Indians looking for a good bargain. Great place to browse around. Highly recommended!

 

Location: 21, Aurobindo Marg, Near INA Metro Station,

Kidwai Nagar West, New Delhi, Delhi 110023

Metro Station: Netaji Subhash Place || Open: All Day

Timings: 10:30AM–10PM

Right at centre of Delhi, Connaught place is bustling market place designed in Georgian style semi-circular stretch of double storeyed building. Architect Robert Tor Russel sketched and commissioned the construction of this market which is named after the Duke of Connaught. It is regal and old-fashioned in its flavour, and that adds a hint of antiquity which is unique. Top tier brands of retail outlets, global chain of restaurants, contemporary coffee houses and Cineplex’s are scattered in the area. There is a large well-maintained park right at the epicentre. It provides a place to unwind after you’ve taken a stroll around the market and swiped your credit cards to exhaustion.

 

Location: Connaught Place, New Delhi,  Delhi, 110001, India

Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk || Close: Sunday

Timings: 10AM–8:30PM

The Janpath street market is a cluster of handicraft and traditional retail stores stretched about 1.5 km in a straight line. This market is living organism that breathes culture, gossips and ornamental handicrafts that acts as a perfect souvenir. It is midscale shopping zone where trendy conventional art styled apparels are sold my local peddlers. It is hot spot for tourist because this lively market is ideal for anyone who wishes to dig into rich historical contours of Delhi and wish to take a pearl or two back home for memories.

 

Location: Janpath, Janpath, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001

Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk || Open: All Day

Timings: 11AM–8PM

Baba Kharak Singh Marg Market

Chandni Chowk

If you would like to have the pick of all states, go to the State Emporia Complex on Baba Kharak Singh Marg. Shawls are the main attraction of Zoon, the Kashmir emporium, and bronze lamps and icons of Poompuhar, the Tamil Nadu emporium. Those interested in exquisite silks should go to Cauvery, the Karnataka emporium. Amrapali, the Bihar emporium, is famous for Madhubani paintings, while Rajasthali, the Rajasthan emporium, and Gurjari, the Gujarat emporium, are popular destinations for printed cottons, miniature paintings and jewellery. You get tea at Manjusha, the West Bengal emporium, and wood carvings at Mrignayani, the Madhya Pradesh emporium. Manjusha is also popular for its silk and cotton saris - Taant, Dhakai, Baatik, Jamdani, Kantha, Baluchari and Swarnachuri. The three - storeyed Tripura emporium called Purbasha is jam-packed with goodies for your home: beautiful stuff made of bamboo and cane.

 

Location: Palika Kendra, Arya School Ln, Raja Bazar Road Area, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001

Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk/ Shivaji Stadium || Close: Sunday

Timings: 10:30AM–7PM

The DNA of Delhi’s culture from where other market emerges. Chandni Chowk is buzzing with chaos and the air of sweet pandemonium. This vibrant market took birth when Emperor Shahjahan shifted his capital from Agra to Delhi and it literally translates into moonlight square.It’s a shopper paradise brimming with leather garments, stationary and perfumes. There is lane named ‘Nai Sarak’ which is ration depot for bibliophile, Dariba Kalan for silver jewellery, and Chawri Bazaar for musical instruments.

Millions of food joints have grown randomly in and around this market like branches budding from a trunk of a tree. Food here are authentic to the Mughal culture as it is still largely managed by family of chefs who served in royal kitchen.

 

Location: Meena Bazar, Meena Bazaar, Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk, New Delhi, Delhi 110006

Metro Station: Chandni Chowk || Close: Sunday

Timings: 10:30AM–9:30PM

Copyright © 2020 ghoomodelhi. All Rights Reserved

Best Bazaar

of delhi you must

go there

Famous Shopping Places

Dilli Haat

Connaught Place

Spent a great morning at Dilli Haat (INA). Wonderful place for arts and crafts from all over India. It had everything from clothes and great leather goods to embroidered/ beaded fashion bags, silver jewellery, paintings, home decor and a whole load of exotic Indian crafts. One can stop for a break at the cafe and spend more time there. A small entrance fee is levied, the craft village is run by Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corp. This is the perfect answer to tourists finding local bazaars a bit too crazy!!! One will find a great mix of people there from tourists to expats and arty Indians looking for a good bargain. Great place to browse around. Highly recommended!

 

Location: 21, Aurobindo Marg, Near INA Metro Station,

Kidwai Nagar West, New Delhi, Delhi 110023

Metro Station: Netaji Subhash Place || Open: All Day

Timings: 10:30AM–10PM

Right at centre of Delhi, Connaught place is bustling market place designed in Georgian style semi-circular stretch of double storeyed building. Architect Robert Tor Russel sketched and commissioned the construction of this market which is named after the Duke of Connaught. It is regal and old-fashioned in its flavour, and that adds a hint of antiquity which is unique. Top tier brands of retail outlets, global chain of restaurants, contemporary coffee houses and Cineplex’s are scattered in the area. There is a large well-maintained park right at the epicentre. It provides a place to unwind after you’ve taken a stroll around the market and swiped your credit cards to exhaustion.

 

Location: Connaught Place, New Delhi,  Delhi, 110001, India

Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk || Close: Sunday

Timings: 10AM–8:30PM

Chandni Chowk

The DNA of Delhi’s culture from where other market emerges. Chandni Chowk is buzzing with chaos and the air of sweet pandemonium. This vibrant market took birth when Emperor Shahjahan shifted his capital from Agra to Delhi and it literally translates into moonlight square.It’s a shopper paradise brimming with leather garments, stationary and perfumes. There is lane named ‘Nai Sarak’ which is ration depot for bibliophile, Dariba Kalan for silver jewellery, and Chawri Bazaar for musical instruments.

Millions of food joints have grown randomly in and around this market like branches budding from a trunk of a tree. Food here are authentic to the Mughal culture as it is still largely managed by family of chefs who served in royal kitchen.

 

Location: Meena Bazar, Meena Bazaar, Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk, New Delhi, Delhi 110006

Metro Station: Chandni Chowk || Close: Sunday

Timings: 10:30AM–9:30PM

Baba Kharak Singh Marg Market

Janpath

If you would like to have the pick of all states, go to the State Emporia Complex on Baba Kharak Singh Marg. Shawls are the main attraction of Zoon, the Kashmir emporium, and bronze lamps and icons of Poompuhar, the Tamil Nadu emporium. Those interested in exquisite silks should go to Cauvery, the Karnataka emporium. Amrapali, the Bihar emporium, is famous for Madhubani paintings, while Rajasthali, the Rajasthan emporium, and Gurjari, the Gujarat emporium, are popular destinations for printed cottons, miniature paintings and jewellery. You get tea at Manjusha, the West Bengal emporium, and wood carvings at Mrignayani, the Madhya Pradesh emporium. Manjusha is also popular for its silk and cotton saris - Taant, Dhakai, Baatik, Jamdani, Kantha, Baluchari and Swarnachuri. The three - storeyed Tripura emporium called Purbasha is jam-packed with goodies for your home: beautiful stuff made of bamboo and cane.

 

Location: Palika Kendra, Arya School Ln, Raja Bazar Road Area, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001

Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk/ Shivaji Stadium || Close: Sunday

Timings: 10:30AM–7PM

The Janpath street market is a cluster of handicraft and traditional retail stores stretched about 1.5 km in a straight line. This market is living organism that breathes culture, gossips and ornamental handicrafts that acts as a perfect souvenir. It is midscale shopping zone where trendy conventional art styled apparels are sold my local peddlers. It is hot spot for tourist because this lively market is ideal for anyone who wishes to dig into rich historical contours of Delhi and wish to take a pearl or two back home for memories.

 

Location: Janpath, Janpath, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001

Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk || Open: All Day

Timings: 11AM–8PM

Copyright © 2020 ghoomodelhi. All Rights Reserved

Best Bazaar

of delhi you must

go there

Famous Shopping Places

Dilli Haat

Connaught Place

Spent a great morning at Dilli Haat (INA). Wonderful place for arts and crafts from all over India. It had everything from clothes and great leather goods to embroidered/ beaded fashion bags, silver jewellery, paintings, home decor and a whole load of exotic Indian crafts. One can stop for a break at the cafe and spend more time there. A small entrance fee is levied, the craft village is run by Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corp. This is the perfect answer to tourists finding local bazaars a bit too crazy!!! One will find a great mix of people there from tourists to expats and arty Indians looking for a good bargain. Great place to browse around. Highly recommended!

 

Location: 21, Aurobindo Marg, Near INA Metro Station,

Kidwai Nagar West, New Delhi, Delhi 110023

Metro Station: Netaji Subhash Place || Open: All Day

Timings: 10:30AM–10PM

Right at centre of Delhi, Connaught place is bustling market place designed in Georgian style semi-circular stretch of double storeyed building. Architect Robert Tor Russel sketched and commissioned the construction of this market which is named after the Duke of Connaught. It is regal and old-fashioned in its flavour, and that adds a hint of antiquity which is unique. Top tier brands of retail outlets, global chain of restaurants, contemporary coffee houses and Cineplex’s are scattered in the area. There is a large well-maintained park right at the epicentre. It provides a place to unwind after you’ve taken a stroll around the market and swiped your credit cards to exhaustion.

 

Location: Connaught Place, New Delhi,  Delhi, 110001, India

Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk || Close: Sunday

Timings: 10AM–8:30PM

Chandni Chowk

The DNA of Delhi’s culture from where other market emerges. Chandni Chowk is buzzing with chaos and the air of sweet pandemonium. This vibrant market took birth when Emperor Shahjahan shifted his capital from Agra to Delhi and it literally translates into moonlight square.It’s a shopper paradise brimming with leather garments, stationary and perfumes. There is lane named ‘Nai Sarak’ which is ration depot for bibliophile, Dariba Kalan for silver jewellery, and Chawri Bazaar for musical instruments.

Millions of food joints have grown randomly in and around this market like branches budding from a trunk of a tree. Food here are authentic to the Mughal culture as it is still largely managed by family of chefs who served in royal kitchen.

 

Location: Meena Bazar, Meena Bazaar, Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk, New Delhi, Delhi 110006

Metro Station: Chandni Chowk || Close: Sunday

Timings: 10:30AM–9:30PM

Baba Kharak Singh Marg Market

Janpath

If you would like to have the pick of all states, go to the State Emporia Complex on Baba Kharak Singh Marg. Shawls are the main attraction of Zoon, the Kashmir emporium, and bronze lamps and icons of Poompuhar, the Tamil Nadu emporium. Those interested in exquisite silks should go to Cauvery, the Karnataka emporium. Amrapali, the Bihar emporium, is famous for Madhubani paintings, while Rajasthali, the Rajasthan emporium, and Gurjari, the Gujarat emporium, are popular destinations for printed cottons, miniature paintings and jewellery. You get tea at Manjusha, the West Bengal emporium, and wood carvings at Mrignayani, the Madhya Pradesh emporium. Manjusha is also popular for its silk and cotton saris - Taant, Dhakai, Baatik, Jamdani, Kantha, Baluchari and Swarnachuri. The three - storeyed Tripura emporium called Purbasha is jam-packed with goodies for your home: beautiful stuff made of bamboo and cane.

 

Location: Palika Kendra, Arya School Ln, Raja Bazar Road Area, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001

Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk/ Shivaji Stadium || Close: Sunday

Timings: 10:30AM–7PM

The Janpath street market is a cluster of handicraft and traditional retail stores stretched about 1.5 km in a straight line. This market is living organism that breathes culture, gossips and ornamental handicrafts that acts as a perfect souvenir. It is midscale shopping zone where trendy conventional art styled apparels are sold my local peddlers. It is hot spot for tourist because this lively market is ideal for anyone who wishes to dig into rich historical contours of Delhi and wish to take a pearl or two back home for memories.

 

Location: Janpath, Janpath, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001

Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk || Open: All Day

Timings: 11AM–8PM

Copyright © 2020 ghoomodelhi. All Rights Reserved

Best Bazaar

of delhi you must

go there

Famous Shopping

Places

Dilli Haat

Spent a great morning at Dilli Haat (INA). Wonderful place for arts and crafts from all over India. It had everything from clothes and great leather goods to embroidered/ beaded fashion bags, silver jewellery, paintings, home decor and a whole load of exotic Indian crafts. One can stop for a break at the cafe and spend more time there. A small entrance fee is levied, the craft village is run by Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corp. This is the perfect answer to tourists finding local bazaars a bit too crazy!!! One will find a great mix of people there from tourists to expats and arty Indians looking for a good bargain. Great place to browse around. Highly recommended!

 

Location: 21, Aurobindo Marg, Near INA Metro Station,

Kidwai Nagar West, New Delhi, Delhi 110023

Metro Station: Netaji Subhash Place || Open: All Day

Timings: 10:30AM–10PM

Connaught Place

Right at centre of Delhi, Connaught place is bustling market place designed in Georgian style semi-circular stretch of double storeyed building. Architect Robert Tor Russel sketched and commissioned the construction of this market which is named after the Duke of Connaught. It is regal and old-fashioned in its flavour, and that adds a hint of antiquity which is unique. Top tier brands of retail outlets, global chain of restaurants, contemporary coffee houses and Cineplex’s are scattered in the area. There is a large well-maintained park right at the epicentre. It provides a place to unwind after you’ve taken a stroll around the market and swiped your credit cards to exhaustion.

 

Location: Connaught Place, New Delhi,  Delhi, 110001, India

Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk || Close: Sunday

Timings: 10AM–8:30PM

Chandni Chowk

The DNA of Delhi’s culture from where other market emerges. Chandni Chowk is buzzing with chaos and the air of sweet pandemonium. This vibrant market took birth when Emperor Shahjahan shifted his capital from Agra to Delhi and it literally translates into moonlight square.It’s a shopper paradise brimming with leather garments, stationary and perfumes. There is lane named ‘Nai Sarak’ which is ration depot for bibliophile, Dariba Kalan for silver jewellery, and Chawri Bazaar for musical instruments.

Millions of food joints have grown randomly in and around this market like branches budding from a trunk of a tree. Food here are authentic to the Mughal culture as it is still largely managed by family of chefs who served in royal kitchen.

 

Location: Meena Bazar, Meena Bazaar, Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk, New Delhi, Delhi 110006

Metro Station: Chandni Chowk || Close: Sunday

Timings: 10:30AM–9:30PM

Baba Kharak Singh Marg Market

If you would like to have the pick of all states, go to the State Emporia Complex on Baba Kharak Singh Marg. Shawls are the main attraction of Zoon, the Kashmir emporium, and bronze lamps and icons of Poompuhar, the Tamil Nadu emporium. Those interested in exquisite silks should go to Cauvery, the Karnataka emporium. Amrapali, the Bihar emporium, is famous for Madhubani paintings, while Rajasthali, the Rajasthan emporium, and Gurjari, the Gujarat emporium, are popular destinations for printed cottons, miniature paintings and jewellery. You get tea at Manjusha, the West Bengal emporium, and wood carvings at Mrignayani, the Madhya Pradesh emporium. Manjusha is also popular for its silk and cotton saris - Taant, Dhakai, Baatik, Jamdani, Kantha, Baluchari and Swarnachuri. The three - storeyed Tripura emporium called Purbasha is jam-packed with goodies for your home: beautiful stuff made of bamboo and cane.

 

Location: Palika Kendra, Arya School Ln, Raja Bazar Road Area, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001

Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk/ Shivaji Stadium || Close: Sunday

Timings: 10:30AM–7PM

Janpath

The Janpath street market is a cluster of handicraft and traditional retail stores stretched about 1.5 km in a straight line. This market is living organism that breathes culture, gossips and ornamental handicrafts that acts as a perfect souvenir. It is midscale shopping zone where trendy conventional art styled apparels are sold my local peddlers. It is hot spot for tourist because this lively market is ideal for anyone who wishes to dig into rich historical contours of Delhi and wish to take a pearl or two back home for memories.

 

Location: Janpath, Janpath, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001

Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk || Open: All Day

Timings: 11AM–8PM

Copyright © 2020 ghoomodelhi. All Rights Reserved

Best Bazaar

of delhi you must

go there

Famous Shopping

Places

Dilli Haat

Spent a great morning at Dilli Haat (INA). Wonderful place for arts and crafts from all over India. It had everything from clothes and great leather goods to embroidered/ beaded fashion bags, silver jewellery, paintings, home decor and a whole load of exotic Indian crafts. One can stop for a break at the cafe and spend more time there. A small entrance fee is levied, the craft village is run by Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corp. This is the perfect answer to tourists finding local bazaars a bit too crazy!!! One will find a great mix of people there from tourists to expats and arty Indians looking for a good bargain. Great place to browse around. Highly recommended!

 

Location: 21, Aurobindo Marg, Near INA Metro Station,

Kidwai Nagar West, New Delhi, Delhi 110023

Metro Station: Netaji Subhash Place || Open: All Day

Timings: 10:30AM–10PM

Connaught Place

Right at centre of Delhi, Connaught place is bustling market place designed in Georgian style semi-circular stretch of double storeyed building. Architect Robert Tor Russel sketched and commissioned the construction of this market which is named after the Duke of Connaught. It is regal and old-fashioned in its flavour, and that adds a hint of antiquity which is unique. Top tier brands of retail outlets, global chain of restaurants, contemporary coffee houses and Cineplex’s are scattered in the area. There is a large well-maintained park right at the epicentre. It provides a place to unwind after you’ve taken a stroll around the market and swiped your credit cards to exhaustion.

 

Location: Connaught Place, New Delhi,  Delhi, 110001, India  ||  Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk || Close: Sunday  ||  Timings: 10AM–8:30PM

Chandni Chowk

The DNA of Delhi’s culture from where other market emerges. Chandni Chowk is buzzing with chaos and the air of sweet pandemonium. This vibrant market took birth when Emperor Shahjahan shifted his capital from Agra to Delhi and it literally translates into moonlight square.It’s a shopper paradise brimming with leather garments, stationary and perfumes. There is lane named ‘Nai Sarak’ which is ration depot for bibliophile, Dariba Kalan for silver jewellery, and Chawri Bazaar for musical instruments.

Millions of food joints have grown randomly in and around this market like branches budding from a trunk of a tree. Food here are authentic to the Mughal culture as it is still largely managed by family of chefs who served in royal kitchen.

 

Location: Meena Bazar, Meena Bazaar, Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk, New Delhi, Delhi 110006

Metro Station: Chandni Chowk || Close: Sunday

Timings: 10:30AM–9:30PM

Baba Kharak Singh Marg Market

If you would like to have the pick of all states, go to the State Emporia Complex on Baba Kharak Singh Marg. Shawls are the main attraction of Zoon, the Kashmir emporium, and bronze lamps and icons of Poompuhar, the Tamil Nadu emporium. Those interested in exquisite silks should go to Cauvery, the Karnataka emporium. Amrapali, the Bihar emporium, is famous for Madhubani paintings, while Rajasthali, the Rajasthan emporium, and Gurjari, the Gujarat emporium, are popular destinations for printed cottons, miniature paintings and jewellery. You get tea at Manjusha, the West Bengal emporium, and wood carvings at Mrignayani, the Madhya Pradesh emporium. Manjusha is also popular for its silk and cotton saris - Taant, Dhakai, Baatik, Jamdani, Kantha, Baluchari and Swarnachuri. The three - storeyed Tripura emporium called Purbasha is jam-packed with goodies for your home: beautiful stuff made of bamboo and cane.

 

Location: Palika Kendra, Arya School Ln, Raja Bazar Road Area, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001

Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk/ Shivaji Stadium || Close: Sunday

Timings: 10:30AM–7PM

Janpath

The Janpath street market is a cluster of handicraft and traditional retail stores stretched about 1.5 km in a straight line. This market is living organism that breathes culture, gossips and ornamental handicrafts that acts as a perfect souvenir. It is midscale shopping zone where trendy conventional art styled apparels are sold my local peddlers. It is hot spot for tourist because this lively market is ideal for anyone who wishes to dig into rich historical contours of Delhi and wish to take a pearl or two back home for memories.

 

Location: Janpath, Janpath, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001

Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk || Open: All Day

Timings: 11AM–8PM

Copyright © 2020 ghoomodelhi. All Rights Reserved

Best Bazaar

of delhi you must

go there

Famous Shopping

Places

Dilli Haat

Spent a great morning at Dilli Haat (INA). Wonderful place for arts and crafts from all over India. It had everything from clothes and great leather goods to embroidered/ beaded fashion bags, silver jewellery, paintings, home decor and a whole load of exotic Indian crafts. One can stop for a break at the cafe and spend more time there. A small entrance fee is levied, the craft village is run by Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corp. This is the perfect answer to tourists finding local bazaars a bit too crazy!!! One will find a great mix of people there from tourists to expats and arty Indians looking for a good bargain. Great place to browse around. Highly recommended!

 

Location: 21, Aurobindo Marg, Near INA Metro Station,

Kidwai Nagar West, New Delhi, Delhi 110023

Metro Station: Netaji Subhash Place || Open: All Day

Timings: 10:30AM–10PM

Connaught Place

Right at centre of Delhi, Connaught place is bustling market place designed in Georgian style semi-circular stretch of double storeyed building. Architect Robert Tor Russel sketched and commissioned the construction of this market which is named after the Duke of Connaught. It is regal and old-fashioned in its flavour, and that adds a hint of antiquity which is unique. Top tier brands of retail outlets, global chain of restaurants, contemporary coffee houses and Cineplex’s are scattered in the area. There is a large well-maintained park right at the epicentre. It provides a place to unwind after you’ve taken a stroll around the market and swiped your credit cards to exhaustion.

 

Location: Connaught Place, New Delhi,  Delhi, 110001, India  ||  Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk || Close: Sunday  ||  Timings: 10AM–8:30PM

Chandni Chowk

The DNA of Delhi’s culture from where other market emerges. Chandni Chowk is buzzing with chaos and the air of sweet pandemonium. This vibrant market took birth when Emperor Shahjahan shifted his capital from Agra to Delhi and it literally translates into moonlight square.It’s a shopper paradise brimming with leather garments, stationary and perfumes. There is lane named ‘Nai Sarak’ which is ration depot for bibliophile, Dariba Kalan for silver jewellery, and Chawri Bazaar for musical instruments.

Millions of food joints have grown randomly in and around this market like branches budding from a trunk of a tree. Food here are authentic to the Mughal culture as it is still largely managed by family of chefs who served in royal kitchen.

 

Location: Meena Bazar, Meena Bazaar, Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk, New Delhi, Delhi 110006

Metro Station: Chandni Chowk || Close: Sunday

Timings: 10:30AM–9:30PM

Baba Kharak Singh Marg Market

If you would like to have the pick of all states, go to the State Emporia Complex on Baba Kharak Singh Marg. Shawls are the main attraction of Zoon, the Kashmir emporium, and bronze lamps and icons of Poompuhar, the Tamil Nadu emporium. Those interested in exquisite silks should go to Cauvery, the Karnataka emporium. Amrapali, the Bihar emporium, is famous for Madhubani paintings, while Rajasthali, the Rajasthan emporium, and Gurjari, the Gujarat emporium, are popular destinations for printed cottons, miniature paintings and jewellery. You get tea at Manjusha, the West Bengal emporium, and wood carvings at Mrignayani, the Madhya Pradesh emporium. Manjusha is also popular for its silk and cotton saris - Taant, Dhakai, Baatik, Jamdani, Kantha, Baluchari and Swarnachuri. The three - storeyed Tripura emporium called Purbasha is jam-packed with goodies for your home: beautiful stuff made of bamboo and cane.

 

Location: Palika Kendra, Arya School Ln, Raja Bazar Road Area, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001

Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk/ Shivaji Stadium || Close: Sunday

Timings: 10:30AM–7PM

Janpath

The Janpath street market is a cluster of handicraft and traditional retail stores stretched about 1.5 km in a straight line. This market is living organism that breathes culture, gossips and ornamental handicrafts that acts as a perfect souvenir. It is midscale shopping zone where trendy conventional art styled apparels are sold my local peddlers. It is hot spot for tourist because this lively market is ideal for anyone who wishes to dig into rich historical contours of Delhi and wish to take a pearl or two back home for memories.

 

Location: Janpath, Janpath, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001

Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk || Open: All Day

Timings: 11AM–8PM

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