Top Chor Bazzar Markets in India

The chor or thieves bazzar markets we're talking about and there aren’t only them in India. These markets are the auction places for articles that have been lost, antiquities, and tonnes of goods that have been dismissed. While some of these markets deal with niche items, some contain all manner of worldly goods.
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Markets where all the goods are available and stolen. Let us say that sales from stolen devices, mobiles, phones, shoes, car parts are available in these markets. Stolen vehicles are changed and then sold on these thief markets. If you parked your car here accidentally as well your vehicle’s spare part may be seen in any of the thief’s shops.

The chor or thieves bazaar markets we’re talking about and there aren’t only them in India. These markets are the auction places for articles that have been lost, antiquities, and tonnes of goods that have been dismissed. While some of these markets deal with niche items, some contain all manner of worldly goods.

 

Chor Bazaar of Delhi

Chor Bazaar of Delhi

Delhi’s chor bazaar is the oldest thief market in the world. Just behind the Red Fort, we will tell you that it used to be the Sunday market. It is planting in Daryaganj near Novelty and Jama Masjid.

This Delhi Chor Bazaar is entirely new. Kabadi Bazaar is also known in this market. Anything from electronics to hardware accessories can be found in this section. Every week Sunday the Delhi Choir Bazaar takes place.

 

Mutton Street, Mumbai

Mutton Street, Mumbai

If you haven’t heard of the insanely popular Chor Bazaar of Mumbai, it is time that you left the rock in which you stood. This is the great daddy of any chor Bazaar and has been around for more than 150 years.

What began as Shor Bazaar became Chor Bazaar because the British did not properly pronounce the former name. The new name of the market performed very well and rapidly became the main center for the supply of goods from thieves and crooks.

 

Soti Ganj, Meerut

Soti Ganj, Meerut

You have to go down to Meerut and get in a world of gears, fuel tanks and so much more if your car/bike is better than you love your girlfriend. This is North India’s biggest car scrap market. Cars robbed in Delhi/NCR and all other cities of the North tend to be broken down, but their new parts are sold at low rates.

Both their replacement parts can be found here from a Maruti 800 to a Rolls Royce. Also, it’s nice to buy Jeeps previously owned by pensioners in the army for a price as low as Rs. 30, 000.

 

Pudupettai, Chennai

Pudupettai, Chennai

In Auto City, Chennai, the old and stolen vehicles are changed and sold. Here are thousands of stores. The shops are notorious for repairing the original car and truck components entirely. Let us notify you that this market is open from 10 am to 6 pm, at the distance of 1 km from Egmore train station.

 

Chickpea, Bangalore

Chickpea, Bangalore

This market is less common in Bangalore than in Delhi and Mumbai. The market in Bangalore is called Chickpete and takes place every Sunday of the week. Here you’ll find goodies, stolen gadgets, and many decent facilities for the gym, gramophones, electronics, and gadgets. It’s like a small store.

 

Note:- 

We would like to advise you to be careful about your valuables before you get excited and try to catch a taxi to these markets because none of these places are any better than a crowded local train, which is as popular with shopkeepers and pickpockets alike.  it’s cleared up, go out and do some heavy shopping!

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