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Best Street Shopping Places in Delhi


DelhionWeb: 29 Aug, 2016, Going shopping in the city? Indeed, we're presenting to you the best of the famous markets in Delhi, and what they have to offer. We're likewise tossing a couple of our favourites here and there, so you can get a genuine taste of things.

Lajpat Nagar

Lajpat Nagar has a ton to offer on the sensible shopping front, and there's most likely this is one of the more famous markets in Delhi. We particularly prescribe going here for all your textile needs. There's no shortage of shops with various floors dedicated to fabric of each kind—silk, glossy silk, cotton, chiffon, georgette, and the sky is the limit from there. At that point there's Salwar Lane where you can locate a massive range of pre-stitched, semi-sewed, and unstitched salwar suits extraordinary for ordinary wear, or mass gifting amid family weddings.
A couple of our top picks: Ghoonghat Dupatta for dupattas and stoles, KC Creations and Ramjisons for a goliath range of fabrics, and Dolma Aunty Momos for yummy momo.

Nearest Metro Station: Lajpat Nagar

Connaught Place

Shopping centers may go back and forth, yet CP still remains a most loved hang out for generally Dilliwallas. You'll find numerous driving brands retailing here, so you can have a pleasant day out walking, window shopping, and eating your way around in circles.
A couple of our favourites: Oxford Bookstore and Cha Bar for books and chai, Keventer's {now called Shake Square} for some mean milkshakes, Kalpana for lovely sarees, The Shop for home decor, and Balujas for footwear.

Nearest Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk

Karol Bagh

A go-to destination for wedding shopping and shoddy garments, Karol Bagh hasn't grew much throughout the years on the base side of things. There are distinctive streets dedicated to various classifications: Ghaffar Market for jugaadu electronic necessities, Silver Street/Bank Street for traditional jewellery, and Ajmal Khan Road for reasonable readymade garments.

Nearest Metro Station: Karol Bagh

Sarojini Nagar

Ask any non-Delhi young lady what she wants to do on her next visit to the capital, and the main words that leave her mouth, without fall flat, are 'Go shopping at Sarojini!'. Furthermore, in light of current circumstances as well, since no place {up as of not long ago at least} in the whole nation, have we found a business sector where you can purchase a completely new closet for not as much as INR 3,000!

Nearest Metro Station: INA

Chandni Chowk

A family marketing haven established 300 years ago, Chandni Chowk is the place the appeal of Old Delhi still goes ahead, and it's likely the most famous market in Delhi. It's super crowded on most days, so there's no real way to truly maintain a strategic distance from that.
It's greatly pined for wedding stores and street food, however there's significantly more this territory brings to the table—wholesale stationery things at Chawri Bazar, Sunday book market at Daryaganj, staggering silver gems at Dariba Kalan, lights for homes at Bhagirath Palace, cameras and embellishments at Kucha Choudhary Market, scenes and edges at Ballimaran, ribbon and latkans at Kinari Bazar, and parts, parcels more!

Nearest Metro Station: Chandni Chowk

Khan Market

Effortlessly one of our most loved spots to hang out and shop at, Khan Market has figured out how to keep up its appeal even in the wake of having garnered enormous prevalence {and crowd} throughout the years. Whether it's for a decent Sunday dinner with the family, a drinking session with companions, or shopping at a portion of the poshest stores in the city, Khan Market is our go-to put.
A couple of our favourites: Full Circle Bookstore and Café Turtle for books and espresso, Good Earth for excellent home décor and furniture, Amrapali for silver jewellery, Route 04 for extraordinary arrangements on alcohol, and Big Chill for everything on their menu.

Nearest Metro Station: Khan Market

Nehru Place

An outstanding destination for every single electronic need, Nehru Place has everything from computer parts, phones, accessories, DVDs and CDs, and all types of electronic excitement items to offer. Hope to discover a ton of pilfered programming and applications on CDs, however be cautioned, some might be hit and miss.
This market is not only for your electronic needs however—there's a considerable amount this spot brings to the table in case you're searching for fabrics.

Nearest Metro Station: Nehru Place

South Extension

South Ex is separated into two sections—I and II {situated on either side of Ring Road} and has a ton to offer for wedding and Indian wear. It's all not only for ladies however—there are many stores dedicated to formal and wedding wear solely for men as well.
A couple of our top picks: Nalli and Greenways for silk and handloom sarees, Frontier Raas for marriage shopping, and Tanishq for precious stone adornments.
Nearest Metro Station: AIIMS


This is the place every one of the flower children assemble, however that is not why we're educating you concerning it. The days are a distant memory when we used to sit in a shady corner of super-shady My Bar here for shabby alcohol, yet our regular outings to this business sector throughout the years has helped us discover many loved discovers—budget eating joints and shops loaded with junk jewellery, leather bags and chappals.

Nearest Metro Station: RK Ashram Marg

GK I, M Block Market

Every one of those South Delhi young lady jokes you've been hearing for a long time? This is their place of origin. That helpful bit of data aside, if the hustle-clamor of Sarojini Nagar or Lajpat Nagar is not your cuppa tea, GK I M Block market is prone to suit you better.
From popular clothing, false calfskin sacks and junk jewellery, to fantastic footwear, there's lots this market to offer. Additionally, there are a lot of fast food outlets to satisfy that post-shopping hunger.

Nearest Metro Station: Kailash Colony 

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