10 Amazing Places in Delhi For Shopaholics

The retail scene in Delhi encompasses anything from wholesale markets, arty enclaves, colorful bazaars, and flea markets to high-end luxury malls and classy boutiques. The Indian capital Delhi was a well-known tourist spot and shopping places, along with its rich culture and history, because of its exciting shopping environment.
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The retail scene in Delhi encompasses anything from wholesale markets, arty enclaves, colorful bazaars, and flea markets to high-end luxury malls and classy boutiques. The Indian capital Delhi was a well-known tourist spot and shopping places, along with its rich culture and history, because of its exciting shopping environment.

10 Best Shopping Places To Visit In Delhi:

1. Lajpat Nagar

Lajpat Nagar Market, Delhi

The Lajpat Nagar market offers the possibility to purchase or consume cheap goods, clothes, textiles, food, electronics, and all other items of our modern lives. You can also score border and trim inspired by Sabyasachi, imitational jewelry, and budget items for home decoration. Do not go without Dolma Aunty momos, please. Know more about the Lajpat Nagar market read here.

Nearest metro station: Lajpat Nagar (violet/pink line).

Closed on: Monday

 

2. Sarojini Nagar

Sarojini Nagar Market, Delhi

Sarojini Nagar’s cheap yet trendy merchandise goes far and wide. Anything you like, from cute shirts to all-out dresses and export surpluses, cartoons and printed tea, suede bags, leather shoes, and stylish belts. You’ll find anything. In this big industry, it is possible to get confused.

Nearest metro station: Sarojini Nagar (pink line)

Closed on: Monday

 

3. Janpath

Janpath Market, Delhi

Janpath has everything to win from ethnic accessories, trash jewelry, sticky handbags, boots, clothes, etc at dirt low prices while shopping for budgets.

Nearest metro station: Rajiv Chowk (yellow/blue line), Janpath (violet line).

Closed on: It’s open on all days

 

4. Sadar Bazar

Sadar Bazar Market, Delhi

A complex filled with street food, shopping, and lifestyle is one of the largest wholesale markets in the city Sadar Bazar. You’ll find nearly everything that you want – whether it’s props for the next party in the building, the next seven jeans, cookery, or even the latest high-tech device.

Nearest metro station: Chandni Chowk (yellow line). Tis Hazari (red line), RK Ashram (blue line).

Closed on: Sunday

5. Gaffar Market

Gaffar Market, Delhi

The technical core of the town is well-known for its multiple smartphone cover vendors and computer fixes shops. Telephones, notebooks, TVs, audio devices, game consoles, and more can be sold at a smaller price than on the market.

Nearest metro station: Karol Bagh (blue line).

Closed on: Monday

 

6. Paharganj Market

Paharganj Market, Delhi

This market is a major haunt for any budget traveler but Paharganj has plenty to give! You’ll find it all from inexpensive winter leather choppers to wedge pockets, ceramic and hippie harem jeans.

Nearest metro station: RK Ashram (blue line).

Closed on: Monday

 

7. Chandni Chowk

Chandni Chowk Market, Delhi

There are so many secret gems at the iconic shopping mall Chandni Chowk. Saris, platinum, documents, home décor, and electronics goods are all sold at cheaper prices than retail prices. This is Delhi’s busiest shopping venue.

Nearest metro station: Chandni Chowk (yellow line).

Closed on: Sunday

 

8. Karol Bagh Market

Karol Bagh Market, Delhi

Your Delhi shopping is not complete without visiting the Karol Bagh Market that meets the needs of all shoppers. Though Indian traditional and fashionable western fashion is mainly popular on the street, bridal wear, and cosmetic fancy. One of Delhi’s biggest shopping spots.

Nearest metro station: Karol Bagh Station

Closed on: Mondays

 

9. Connaught Place

Connaught Place Market, Delhi

Connaught Place is one of the most popular shopping venues in Delhi. In the center of Delhi is the beautiful white marketplace, which is also one of the busiest locations. Connaught Place’s well-organized brand showrooms and shops have a wide array of trendy clothing, exquisite jewels, Indian books, art, electronic products, etc.

Nearest metro station: Rajiv Chowk Station

Closed on: Open all days

 

10. Khan Market

One of the most classy street markets of South Delhi is the very famous, interactive Khan market, which offers products from all over India. The market offers the possibility to shop for some interesting items to take home with it, a strong combination of branch shops, boutiques, and road vendors selling Ayurvedic drugs, fresh as well as cosmetics, cooking products, clothes

Nearest metro station: Khan Market Station

Closed on: Sundays

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