Janpath and Tibetan Market
Janpath and Tibetan Market are two really famous places to go for shopping in Delhi. From leather products, Indian artefacts, multi hues collection of intimations jewellery, shoes, brassware and an enormous Tibetan collection makes it a perfect place for shopping lovers. It is very easy to reach Janpath from any corner of the city. You can take metro and get down at Rajeev Chowk metro station. From there, Janpath Market is at a walking distance. While shopping in Janpath makes sure you try the best of your bargaining skills.
Opening Hours: Open every day except Sundays
Dilli Haat is a well-planned market place in Delhi which is a marvellous work of Delhi Government. This market is made in a way that seems to be like a traditional weekly village market. You can buy some really amazing handicrafts from all around India. Dilli Haat is an amalgamation of Indian cultural activities, folk art performances, cuisines, art work and much to lose yourself in exploring them all. Being so different and unique in its own way, Dilli Haat coaxes hundreds of visitor every day. You must have seen the gli5mpse of Dilli Haat in many movies like M.S Dhoni –biography.
Opening Hours: 11:00 A.M – 10:00 P.M
Khan Market is one of the most famous markets in Delhi where you can head next to shop your heart out with your girls. It is a classiest street market with a really good collection of branded outlets, boutiques, cosmetics, garments, crockery items, Ayurvedic medicines, second hand books and exotic food. It is much famous shopping place amongst youngsters who look forward to some fresh arrivals of clothing brands to add up to their collection. If you are up on a DIY home decorating mission, you must come to Khan Market as vendors here sell some splendid handicrafts, sculpted wood and stone sculptures.
Timings: 10:00 A.M – 11:00 P.M
It doesn’t matter even if you are Delhiites or not. You must have heard about the famous Sarojini Market of Delhi. This is the place where every single Delhiites go to whenever they need to do shopping last minute and running on tight budget. It is a little difficult to believe but if you get lucky and reach Sarojini Nagar Market early in the morning, you can get some really cool clothes just for Rs. 10. However, it totally depends on vendor that you can get anything that cheap or not.
Timings: 10:00 A.M – 9:00 P.M (closed on Mondays)
Chandini Chowk is another very famous markets in Delhi which receives customers from all around the world. When we say customer all around the world, we actually mean it because Chandini Chowk is home to Asia’s largest spice market – Khari Baoli. Other major markets in Delhi are also part of Chandini Chowk like Chor Bazaar, Daryaganj, Paranthe Wali Gali, Chatta Chowk, Tilak Bazar and Katra Neel. It doesn’t matter what you are searching for, we bet you’ll find it in Chandini Chowk. This beautiful and always bustling market is one of the oldest markets in Delhi which is even nestled in Purani Dilli. Whenever come to Delhi, never forget to visit Chandini Chowk once in lifetime as there is no other market as happening as Chandini Chowk. The best way to reach Chandini Chowk is to get down at Chandini Chowk metro station and walk down to the market from there.
Timings: 11:00 A.M – 8:00 P.M (closed on Sunday)
Lajpat Nagar Market
Many people get confused with Sarojini Nagar and Lajpat Nagar as both the markets are like twins. Lajpat Nagar Market is as famous as any other markets mentioned above in the list. You can always count on this market to purchase some really unique clothes, shoes and jewellery for yourself. The famous Dolma Aunty’s Momos are also to be found in Lajpat Nagar which you can’t resist any day.
Timings: 10:00 A.M – 9:30 A.M
Whenever you plan your trip to Delhi, never forget to visit these amazing shopping places in Delhi to fill your bags with some worthy stuff. You can check air tickets booking app offers from EaseMyTrip from where you can fetch tickets at best prices.