Over the past three decades, this formerly sleepy and quiet shopping area has burgeoned and become one of the busiest and most famous markets of Delhi. Clothing items and accessories are significant attractions. There's a lot of haggling going on; there are plenty of ridiculously inexpensive items available, and there are wandering vendors selling everything from tablecloths to watches and wallets.
SN is close to Safdarjung Airport. One can easily reach here via the metro (the market is right outside the metro station). It remains closed on Mondays, and new stock arrives on Tuesdays, so better to visit on weekdays if you want to grab the new stuff.
Be prepared to jostle around and navigate through the crowds. Weekdays are better comparatively. The area is most popular among students.
Sarojini Nagar is famous for its fake branded clothes, which are available at meager costs. Shopkeepers are initially going to tell you high prices, but it depends on your bargaining skills how much you can negotiate. Most of them sell trendy and cheap western clothing. Quality is average, but the charm of the market is great fun to experience. Since it is an open market, no trial rooms to be expected. Only a few branded outlets are in the area.
This popular marketplace has multiple lanes with plenty of small, micro, and medium outlets selling a variety of items, starting from ready-made garments, shoes, sleepers, sarees, and artificial jewelry.
If you want to revamp your wardrobe at dirt-cheap prices, you come to Sarojini Nagar. If you're going to buy a lot of things and you don't have enough money, you have to go to Sarojini!
Sarojini Nagar doesn't have any great restaurants. If you want to eat, the only option here is street food, like chaat, corn, and samosa. But if you're going to shop, there's no end of choices available.
There are juice stalls at the entrance, and even snacks stalls in between the market. Towards the end, there's a mall too, which has McDonalds and Haldiram's.