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Shopping in Delhi

Shopping in Delhi

Street shopping done right!

One of the elemental joys of travel is shopping. It is a great way to experience new cultures, see  fascinating places, hear interesting stories and above all, immerse yourself in the local culture in a very real and authentic manner. A word of advice, when heading to a new destination is to do  some research about where locals shops, because these places can provide you a distinct advantage. You are sure to get a memory, even if not a discount. Here are some places in Delhi that deserve a visit from every type of shopoholic.

Dilli Haat: Designed to look like a charming rural fair, Dilli Haat is a great place to eat and shop, all at one place.  Though there are some permanent shops, this bazaar is primarily a number of stalls set up by travelling craftsmen from around the country. If you are looking to pick up something from different places of India, at one place, this is the ideal place. Don’t forget to eata plate of momos at the Tibetan stall.

Chandni Chowk: A shopping adventure in Chandni Chowk is an experience of a lifetime. So while there are many places to shop here, we recommend the Dariba Kalan for silver jewellery and Kinari Bazaar for lace, borders and DIY embroidery kits. You can also pick up some wedding related apparel at Katra Neel and spices from Khari Baoli, which is Asia’s largest spice market.

PS: Head to Bhim Singhji in Chandni Chowk; he will fashion your old coins (like cents and pennies) into a trendy ring or pendant. It might be the conversation piece at your next party.

Janpath: Incredibly eclectic, Janpath is a gold mine when it comes to budget shopping. Here you can score anything from ethnic wear, junk jewellery, footwear and clothing, all at dirt cheap prices. Do work on your bargaining skills, because this is a skill that you will really need here. From the Tibetan Market to the Gujarati Market, to the fancy stores, to the flea market, to the Central Cottage Industries Emporium, there’s no way you won’t end up getting something fun and cool, even in this heat. Some other options for street shopping include Sarojini Nagar, Majnu Ka Tilla, Sadar Bazaar, Greater Kailash Market, Gaffar Market and Lajpat Nagar.

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