Delhi is a city where you will not get tired of shopping and maybe plan another trip to the shop. From high-end brands to street-side retails, you get a plethora of options to choose from, Delhi's got it all. But the real charm of shopping in Delhi is in its local markets or called bazaars. You will be spoilt for choice and not burn a hole in your wallet at the same time. Delhi has a number of markets and many wholesale markets for the people looking to buy in large quantities. Some of the markets that are not to be missed are:
Janpath Market is located in the city hub, Connaught Place. The market has a string of shops line across the road, which will surely lure you in, at least for a peak. Janpath market is famous for its apparel range and footwear. Imitation jewellery is in abundance here and which is highly sought after. Be prepared for a long session of bargaining if you want to lay your hands on the goods that you like.
Chandni Chowk, one of the oldest shopping areas of Delhi, whose popularity is still going strong. Shopping here will take you back going back in time and give you a window into a Mughal Delhi, with its colorful shops, you'll want to walk into each one of them. Even though a part of the nation's capital, which is fast advancing, the market has managed to retain its charm. From books to wedding lehengas, the market has a section each allotted for various shopping materials. It is one of the most well known cheapest places to shop in Delhi, which interestingly, how the market was designed. The shopping hubs of Chandni Chowk are Nai Sadak, Dariba Kalan, Chawri Bazar, Bhagirath Palace, Katra Neel, Moti Bazaar. Oh, and while you're here, don't forget to try some delicious Indian street food.
Sarojini Nagar Market
Sarojini Nagar market is said to be the market for export reject goods, but one will fail to understand why. The market is known for its first copy designer wear and accessories. The clothing here is available at low dirt prices, which typically are reduced by a lot upon bargaining with the shopkeeper. You can design a look for yourself, regardless of the season under Rs.1000