Shopping In new delhi
New Delhi has been an important hub for trading and shopping since medieval times. Apart from being one of the fashion capitals of India, the city is also popular for its wholesale markets, handicraft emporiums and book markets. Here is a guide on the most famous shopping centres that you can visit with New Delhi packages.
The most prominent name when discussing the shopping culture of New Delhi, Connaught Place, also known simply as CP, is a heaven for shopaholics. It is not just popular in New Delhi, but across the nation owing to the range of things that can be bought here. Palika Bazar is an air-conditioned market, below the Inner Circle of CP. From apparel to footwear and electronic gadgets to computer software, you can find them all under one roof. There is a huge number of shops in this market, where you can get trendy jeans, t-shirts, trinkets and shoes. Bargaining is the biggest mantra for shopping here, so just stick to your price to grab a great deal.
Janpath is a street-side market adjacent to Connaught Place, from where you can purchase garments, and silver jewellery embedded with semi-precious stones at a low price.
Karol Bagh Market
The bustling Karol Bagh area is home to one of the most thronged markets of New Delhi. There are numerous shops in the locality, where grooms-to-be can shop for one of the most memorable affairs of their life. You have numerous stores here to buy sherwanis, kurtas, bandhgalas and Indo-Westerns in this market. Women don't need to be disappointed as they can find shops offering embroidered lehengas, sarees and gowns here as well.
Karol Bagh's Gaffar Market is a well-known site among those, who want to sell, purchase and repair mobile phones, tablets and electronic stuff. If buying second-hand books at a lower price is on your mind, then you can head to Arya Samaj Road. Bank Street is an abode for some of the best jewellery stores of New Delhi; you can purchase real as well as artificial one.
If New Delhi is one side of the coin, then Old Delhi is the other, where lies the Chandni Chowk market. Said to be one of the oldest marketplaces in India, it is a testament to the rich history of New Delhi. Chandni Chowk is a heaven for all those, who want to shop for weddings. There are numerous lehenga and saree shops in the area that can be visited to shop for traditional attire at reasonable prices. Dariba Kalan, a sub-locality within this Mughal-era market, is known for its jewellery and attar stores. While here, you can visit the popular Khari Baoli. The shops here are famous for selling spices and dry fruits from around the country at wholesale rates.
Katra Neel, situated in the busy by lanes of Chandni Chowk, houses retail and wholesale women and menswear shops. Nai Sarak is a paradise if you are a book lover. You can also head to Bhagirath Palace, which is said to be the largest electrical goods market in Asia. Chawri Bazar is another prominent market, where you can shop for wedding cards and hardware.
Lajpat Nagar is a one-stop destination for the people of Delhi, where they find anything from everything. Whether you come here to shop for stylish clothes, home decoration or household goods, there are innumerable options to choose from. Shopkeepers, bawling out to attract the customers’ attention, is a common sight in the market. A wide variety of curios is sold on the streets of the market at a low price. If you are looking for jewellery matching your dress, then there are shops in a line, selling necklaces, earrings and bangles.
Kamla Nagar or K-Nags is popular among the youth of the city due to its proximity to Delhi University's North Campus. Most of the time, it is thronged by college students, who either come here on a shopping spree or simply to hang out. The market is a perfect blend of international outlets with Indian stores and street-side stalls. If you have a good eye, you can find the most recent fashion launches in the Kamla Nagar market.
In addition to this, you can also visit other shoppers' paradises like Sadar Bazar, Nehru Place, Sarojini Nagar Market and Amar Colony Market with India tour packages apart from giant malls