Delhi has a variety of markets for different types of goods from wedding clothes to daily wear clothes to winter wear to books and stationery to electronics to automobiles etc. Some picks of the numerous places to shop in Delhi are as follows:
Sarojini Nagar Market: For anyone looking to shop affordably in Delhi and has trendiness and fashionable as a consideration, Sarojini Nagar is not to be missed. Named after Sarojini Naidu, the Nightingale of India, there are both shops on the streets and showrooms in Sarojini Nagar.
Chandni Chowk: Chandni Chowk is another shopping destination that is not to be missed in Delhi. Located in the old city of Delhi, it is lined by age-old buildings and surrounded by monuments. Shopping in Chandni Chowk gives the shopper a chance to experience the history of the city through its monuments like the Red Fort, Town hall, Also home to the world famous paranthe wali gali .
Kamla Nagar: A mixture of chain restaurants to street shopping Kamla Nagar is next to Delhi University’s North Campus. From trendy earrings and accessories and footwear to kurtis of hundreds of varieties, Kamala Nagar is all inclusive.
Dilli Haat: An initiative of Delhi government, there are handicrafts from all over the country on sale here. Periodically, cultural shows are also organized for the visitors. The ambience is completed by a village like feel of the market, with thatched cottages and stalls making up the look.
Karol Bagh Market: Karol Bagh is a market which offers something for everyone. One can visit Ajmal Khan Road to buy inexpensive and trendy apparel and also some International Brands. Not only that, if one wants to buy or sell old books, Arya Samaj Road is nearby.
Monastery Market, Kashmere Gate: Considered a good market for men wardrobe wise. Affordable, like most other markets of Delhi. In addition to clothing, one can buy accessories for men too. Shoppers can also enjoy authentic Tibetian food at the market like Thupkas, Dumplings, Chowmein. One can also buy Tibetian lucky charms like pendants which are believed to bring luck.