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Dilli Haat

Dilli Haat is an open-air food and handicraft bazaar with a rustic ambience in the heart of South Delhi. Dilli Haat run by Delhi Tourism has small shops with thatched roofs reminiscent of a village market. Take a leisurely stroll in this Delhi Shopping Market. Every time you visit this market you can see new vendors with new products . It will be a unique experience . Craftsmen from various Indian states display their products – with mobile artisans arriving by rotation. You can find traditional Indian wear for the entire family, with ethnic designs and in vibrant colours. Women can shop for salwar-kameez, skirts, sarees, dupattas, shawls and stoles. The Indian ethnic embroidered closed-toe sandals, jhootis – also called mojaris – for men, women and children are a good buy. Made of raw leathers – often-camel leather, this traditional footwear with a pointed front were worn by the royals, studded with real gold and gems. They turn comfortable only after use. Modern variations now sport sequins, paints and beads and are shaped like shoes, thumb-ring chappals and criss-cross sandals. Kolhapuris and jute/bamboo shoes are also available. Shops that sell home linen, accessories and handicrafts offer variety in colour, design and range and prices are reasonable. Pashmina shalws & stoles from Kashmir, Kulu caps & woolen caps from Himachal Pradesh, silver filigree work from Odisha, wood carvings & cotton durries from South India and chiken work kurtas from Lucknow are all available here . You can walk around, check the prices & bargain. Look out for traditional bangles, beaded necklaces , bracelets & belts . Street food at Dilli Haat There is a variety of street food that is available. Hot paratas,chana baturas, idly,doasa & chinese noodles & momos are some of them . You can also buy pickles, pappads, tea & and an assortment of digestives made from raw mango and tamarind. The INA shopping Market, which is famous for fresh food, imported cheese , breakfast cereals, meat & fresh food is just across Dilli Haat. Dilli haat is value for money and the best Delhi shopping market in Delhi for tourists. Entry is by ticket.

South Extension Market

There is much to do in the South Extension market. The South Extension market has two parts –South Extension I and South Extension II. Both markets face each other on the Ring Road. Jewellery & Bridal Wear in South Extension Market You should visit this Delhi shopping market for exquisite jewellery, a gorgeous selection of bridal wear garments, fancy footwear and trendy accessories. Ritukumars is a leading store for bridal wear, as is Ushnak Mal, Pride,UshnakMal Madan Lal 7 Ushnak Mal . Thsese are 3 separate family owned stores. Nalli and Rasi are famous for their south Indian silks. Heritage is famous for elegant sarees, Nalli and Rasi sell South Indian silk sarees and Samsaara has designer wear sarees, salwar suits and lehengas. Using Mal provides bridal Lehengas ; BG’s is glittering with hair clips, earrings, bracelets and Vichitra offers a complete range of sarees – crepe, chiffon and silks. P C Jewellers, Nathumal, KC Jewellers and Khanna Jewellers are famous for diamond and gold jewellery. Footwear in South Extension Market One can find several new and modern shops for fancy footwear and accessories like Clarks, Venus Steps, Woods, D&A, Vansons and Jane Shilton and so on. Many interesting shops are tucked away in the side and back lanes—a T-shirt printing unit – Graffitee, for instance. Bhelpuri& Sevpuri in South Extension There are many street vendors and street snack corners selling Bhelpuri and Sev puri (It is a must try). If you are in Delhi, you will come across many shops that sell sweets. Bengali Sweets is ubiquitous. There is one here at the South Extension market too. A huge outlet of Haldiram’s – a famous sweets and savouries shop is on the Ring road . It is one of the best places to go shopping in Delhi Our recent blog Lajpat Nagar Shahpur Jat

Sarojini Nagar Market

Sarojini Nagar market in Delhi which will make you feel good even after you shop and return home to empty all your shopping bags. This is because everyone gets a good deal here, there is a certain level of quality assured and if not – you know what you are buying and are under no illusions. Clothes, crockery, household décor, furnishings, footwear, fruits and vegetables, grocery, stationery, meat, fish…you will find them all at reasonable prices, though not always cheap. The Sarojini Nagar Market or SN, in common parlance, is a fashionable family shopping destination – despite the crowds. It was initially designed to serve government employees who live in government-built flats in Sarojini Nagar. It has been around since the 1950s, though it was called Vinay Nagar until 1970. The new name is inspired by the freedom fighter, Sarojini Naidu. The layout of the market is circular—you realize that when you return where you started! Through the shopping trip you will negotiate four notional markets – Babu Market, Subzi (vegetables) market, Central market and the Mandir (temple) side market. At the rear, is also the main attraction—an export surplus bazaar which sells chic apparel. With 90 per cent of the shops being family-owned, you will find shops with names like Lalaji ki Dukaan, Chacha Sarees, Keval ki Toy Shop… Further down, the vegetable vendors create quite a din and one wonders why they take the trouble. The vegetables and fruits on display at the Subzi market are so fresh that no one can resist the temptation to buy. Even if you are there to buy a pair of shoes, you will also pick up a kilo of carrots! A recalcitrant cow or two invariably enters this area and makes away with some fresh greens. If you visit a couple of times, you are bound to witness this scene! The Central Market encircles the place with a string of shops that are open on both sides. Collect spices and groceries from Alpana Traders, Kalpana Traders, and General Store and so on. There are some furniture houses and many apparel outlets. Local brands and non-branded clothes vie with economy apparel brands like Koutons, John Players, Cotton County and Charlie Outlaw to gain your attention. A bakery, a confectionery, a pharmacy, a dry-cleaner, a photo studio, milk dairy, an atta chakki (flour mill), an electronics store, an optician…this market seems to have a sampling of all things in life. Finally to the North, is a row of shops selling footwear of every make, price-range, colour and style. Om Boot House, Paul Shoes, Woodland Shoes, Reebok, Bata, Liberty…just walk in, try them out and get yourself a pair of sandals or shoes. The main highlight of this Delhi shopping market however is the presence of the street-side vendors. They light up the area with hurricane lamps, kerosene and gas lamps, towards evening and call out to customers to buy their wares. Many of them are very creative and humorous. They sing songs, concoct rhymes and limericks, imitate heroes and villains of Bollywood thrillers and generally bring some comic relief to the over-crowded atmosphere. Do not forget to check out the export surplus clothes behind the market. You will find very trendy and modern clothes here. Go ahead and bargain with gusto, but beware that street hawkers can get quite aggressive and demand you seal a deal at the end of the haggling process. This is the best place for street shopping in Delhi. Sarojini Nagar market is a fairly cheap place to go shopping in Delhi.

State Emporiums CP

State Emporium CP State Emporium CP – comprising arts and handicrafts emporia – was set up in the 1950s. It is a one-stop tour of the amazing variety and sheer diversity of handicrafts from the various States of India. The State Emporia Complex on Baba Kharak Singh Marg will entice you into spending both time and money on things that you will cherish for life. You will be amazed by the exquisite crafts, textiles and jewellery on display. Kshmiri Carpets in the State Emporium CP Most of the emporia bear attractive names, suggestive of the main attribute of the particular state that they represent. Zoon, the Jammu and Kashmir Emporium, will surely floor you with carpets and shawls. Cauvery, the Karnataka Emporium,showcases elegant Mysore silks and sandalwood products. Poompuhar, the Tamil Nadu emporium, boasts of bronze lamps and idols. Gurjari & Rajasthani MGurjari, the Gujarat Emporium, is good for printed cottons, miniature paintings and jewellery. Rajasthali, the Rajasthan Emporium, is full of colourful handicrafts and unique furniture. If you are looking for Madhubani paintings, Amrapali, the Bihar Emporium, is where you should head. Utkalika & Gangotri The State Emporium in CPof the North Eastern States are worth visiting as well. Purbasha, the Tripura Emporium, is stacked with awesome cane and bamboo furniture. MThere are others like Utkalika (Odisha) for beautiful silk and cotton sarees, Gangotri (Uttar Pradesh), where one can pick up chikankari sarees and suits and Mriganayani (Madhya Pradesh), known for Chanderi sarees. Manjusha, the West Bengal emporium will spoil you for choice with Batik, Kantha, Baluchari, Swarnachari, Tant, Dhakai, Jamdhani, Tangail, Dhoneokali, Shantipuri, Begumpuri, Korial, and Garad sarees. These are not just names; they represent different weaving traditions, embroidery styles, designs and so on. The Rajiv Gandhi Handicrafts Bhavan is next to the emporia complex and shops here sell books, crafts and paper products. The Kamala Crafts Shop, located here is promoted by The Crafts Council of India and Moha is another interesting shop that specialises rural handicrafts. Other shops that sell costume jewellery and rural handicrafts are also attractive. Our recent blogLajpat Nagar Shahpur Jat

Nehru Place

Market for IT products The Nehru Place Market is a busy one at all times of the day, with people thronging to buy computers, TVs and other related items. It is the IT hub of Delhi, and is known for all things related to computers. In addition to computer hardware, PCs, printers, laptops, hard disks and monitors, people can also buy android mobiles, laptop batteries, laptop adaptors, mobile SIM cards, digital cameras, pen drives, printer cartridges and stationery. In the 1980’s when Connaught Place was bursting at its seams, the Government planned the development of another business hub to ease the congestion from Connaught Place. Hence Nehru Place came into being. Today, it is a much sought after business address. Nehru Place boasts of the International Trade Tower, and other high rise office buildings with international companies having their offices there. Bahai Temple The Bahai temple, also known as the Lotus temple, is a big tourist attraction. The 5 star hotel, Eros Park Royal, adds a lot of elegance to the area.The Satyam Cineplex has 4 cinema halls and there are good eating places such as Subway and Ruby Tuesday in the complex. Nehru Place is closed on Sundays. The best time to go there is after 11:00 am, when the place swings into action, and before the time of closing 7:30 pm. While parking lots are designated all around the place, parking is extremely problematic and requires much grit!! The best fabric shops in Delhi Move away from the entire hustle bustle to the other side of the market however, and you will find some of the best shops for fabrics in one quiet corner. Fabrics, accessories, laces and more… The traditional cloth merchants from the Chandni Chowk area migrated to this place to cater to the export market. The variety of fabrics available is mind boggling. Tussars, silks, cottons, georgette, chiffons, sequined and glitzy fabrics, crepes… The offering follows international trends. Nehru Place shopping market is frequented by the exporters and students from the fashion designing industry. Nehru place is well connected by Metro. There is a fantastic called food court “Epicuria” there. Check out reviews of other Delhi markets here

Mehar Chand Market

How Meherchand Market became a destination shopping market Mehar Chand market was once known for grocery shopping and its tailors, and is now home to an eclectic set of entrepreneurs. Khan Market’s lack of space (mind you, it is the most expensive retail space in India) has prompted many new shop owners to open shops in the adjacent Meher Chand Market. Specialty organic grocery shops now flank decades old local Kirana stores; branded textile and designer label shops stand adjacent to tailoring establishments of old ,and brand new Dutch and Mediterranean dessert shops stand side by side with shops selling momos and tea. Best shops in Mehercahnd Market It is a long stretch of road with shops on one side. Take a stroll along the road to see all the shops. The Fab India store has moved to Meher Chand Market from Khan Market. It still has its apparel store there but the home store in Mehar Chand Market is spread across three whole floors. There is also SOMA and Suruchi – both famous textile brands from Jaipur. Crazy Daisy is a colourful shop with interesting knick-knacks for home décor. Ditto for Play Clan which has T-shirts and cushion covers in funky prints. There is CMYK book store, Ochre the home store and Karigari, the ethnic furniture store. Masaba is a new designer label that has opened its store here and brought a different kind of fashion appeal to this market. Restaurants in Meherchand Market If you are on the lookout for eating joints, there is a French bistro , a Mediterranean sweet shop, Kunafa, with chefs from Palestine, Diva Café ,Guppy ,a Japanese restaurant closeby , and the good old Café Coffee Day. If you are on the gourmet shopping trail, the Cheese Ball has an exotic variety of cheese and The Altitude Store has organic and natural products. There is Devans coffee in the nearby Khanna Market where you will get gourmet coffee seeds, coffee powder and teas. They have recently opened a coffee shop in their premises.(Devans South Indian Coffee & Tea (P) Ltd., 131, Khanna Market, Lodhi Colony, New Delhi-110003. Tel No. 01124694467, 24611474) You can happily spend a leisurely afternoon here browsing through these traditional and funky shops and enjoy some international cuisine. This is one of the newer shopping markets in Delhi.

MG Road Delhi

Shopping in Mehrauli Gurgaon Road The Mehrauli Gurgaon Road – MG Road Delhi – was an elite shopping destination some years ago before the advent of malls. MG Road was the destination for all designer wear shopping and several leading designers had their stores there before some of the shops were sealed and buildings were broken down by the municipal authorities. Home Decor & furniture shops MG Road Delhi has now bounced back to reclaim its glory. There are now over 100 shops on either side of the road. Some of the top brands in home décor, furniture and furnishings are located here. Marina is the Dubai headquartered furniture showroom and has three floors of furniture selected from around the world. The Gallery is another three storied complex that has multiple stores for designer wear and furniture, the anchor store being Raseel Gujral’s ‘Casa Paradox’ for luxury interiors. CRC complex , another well-known shopping complex , houses VIA Homes, who specialize in home interiors, furnishings by Sarita Handa and Muslin ,and the Stanley leather showroom . FCML is a lifestyle retail store that is situated close by. There are shops like Ishatvam, Stone Craft, Oma, D’ Décor, Furniturewala, Wicker World and several others in this stretch. Parking is by the roadside. Chattarpur MG road is well connected by the Metro. Chattarpur, which is famous for its temple is one of the stops in the metro route. There are several marble and granite warehouses in Chattarpur. MG Road Delhi Shopping Market  is the best place for home furnishing & furniture. Check out reviews of other Delhi markets here

Lajpat Nagar Market

LajpatNagar Market for convenience shopping Where in Delhi do people shop for clothes, home decoration, crockery and kitchen utensils, and jewellery – both costume and real; hand and travel bags? Where do people go to get household goods fixed? Where do they buy lingerie and cosmetics? Where do they buy fruits and vegetables? Where do they get uniforms for children? Where can you find pharmacies and beauty parlours in the hustle-bustle of things? Lajpat Nagar Central Market – this is no luxury shopping, not by any stretch of imagination. Located in Lajpat Nagar II, it is only for convenience, convenience and more convenience. History of LajpatNagar Market Lajpat Nagar is named after the freedom fighter, Lala Lajpat Rai, known as Punjab Kesari or Lion of Punjab. It is now divided into four parts. Lajpat Nagar I has car accessories and clothing stores, Lajpat Nagar II has the Central Market, local restaurants and home décor units, Lajpat Nagar III has the TDI Mall which houses the 3Cs Cineplex, and food outlets like Sagar Ratna, Chopsticks Express, McDonalds, The Street Foods of India and The Bakers Street while Lajpat Nagar IV, which houses the Amar Colony has a huge ladies’ suits market with salwar-kameez sets priced from Rs. 200 to Rs.4000 each. Despite the crowds and chaos that give an impression of disorderliness, the shops themselves are organized theme-wise. You will find clothes in one cluster, kitchenware in one corner, costume jewellery in one lane, puja (prayer) paraphernalia in one pocket, and footwear in shops lined up in a row. Fabric shops in LajpatNagar Market The Lajpat Nagar Shopping Market is known for its fabric shops, Brocade,chanderi, banarsi & silks are all available here. This market is one of the best place to rent bridal lehengas and jewellery. There is plenty to choose from in terms of bed linen, curtains, table cloth, bath mats, shower curtains and a number of other furnishings that bring warmth to a home. Just land up here and look around to find unique gifts for loved ones, dry fruits, tailors who will alter, stitch and dye clothes, stationery for the kids and so on. Unless there is a fixed price sign prominently displayed in the shop, you should surelly bargain for better prices and deals everywhere. Street shopping in LajpatNagar There is a rich variety of cheaply priced curios sold on the streets as well. For instance, old and used wine and perfume bottles in the most interesting colors and shapes; ceramic pots and urns; plastic flowers and beaded curtains… it is purchase of such things in an unplanned, impulsive shopping spree that can either brighten up your day or fill your shopping bags with clutter. So be alert and use your discretion. Keep your eyes peeled for Giani’s Ice Creams, Indian–Chinese eateries, Tibetan momos, street-side vending of Ram Laddus (green gram deep fried critters) with green chutney, golgappas (savoury water-balls) and chuski/gola (crushed ice/slush flavoured with thick syrups), while kala-khatta, made from jamun fruit is a local favorite. Lajpat Nagar Market is a fairly cheap place to go shopping in Delhi.

Khan Market

Khan Market in Central Delhi Khan Market named in honour of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan (popularly known as Frontier Gandhi), is definitely one of the high-end Delhi Shopping Market. It is situated at the heart of Delhi and is close to India Gate.It ranks as the market with one of the highest rentals per square foot in the world. Best restaurants in Delhi It is not only upmarket, but also one of the hip places to shop in, in the capital. Khan Market also boasts of great restaurants that dish out international cuisine – Italian, Chinese and Pan Asian. There are modern coffee shops where the young hang out. You will also find shops selling exotic vegetables, fruits, meat, imported sauces and cheese. Shopping in some of the Best Delhi Shops Fab India and Anokhi are well known shops selling Indian ethnic wear. You will also find designer boutiques selling exquisite Indian dresses. Ogaan is one such famous boutique as is Ritu Kumar. Well known home furnishing shops including Good Earth, Neemrana and Fab India have outlets here. International brands like Benetton, Levis and Adidas add to the international flavor of this place. Amrapali, a famous jewellery shop, is well worth a visit. Silverline sells a good range of silver products and precious stones. Lingerie, accessories, cosmetics sunglasses are all found here. Book Shops in Khan Market Khan Market is also a place for book lovers. One can browse books for hours at Bahri & Sons, Full Circle and Faqir Chand & Sons. You can also find a few good music shops. There are a couple of shops in the pavement that sell beads, chains, bracelets , ags, skirts and jootis(open sandals) and are mostly frequented by youngsters. The Khan Market shopping place in Delhi, is known for its restaurants , bakeries , imported cheese & sauces , fresh fruits & vegetables and meat & poultry. The Market for lamp shades & chandeliers Behind Khan Market is the Lok Nayak Bhavan where you will find lamp shades and chandeliers. Hyde Out for shoes and bags is tucked away here. Khan Market is both lively and relaxed and is known for exclusive shopping and leading brands. This Delhi shopping market is a favorite among the elite and the young. The leading restaurants in the market are TownHall, Latitude Café,Mamago & Khan Chacha The India International Center for Performing Arts is close by and so is the famous Lodhi Gardens. Khan Market is one of the best places to shop in Delhi

Karol Bagh Market

Karol Bagh shopping Market in Delhi With the Delhi Metro closing distances, people are venturing out to old favourite shopping destinations despite the proliferation of malls closer home. Karol Bagh Shopping Market is one of the big beneficiariy of this phenomenon. Ajmal Khan Road in Karol Bagh market, once known for inexpensive ready-made garments, now has an array of big air-conditioned showrooms of big brands, both Indian and international. Vehicles are not allowed in, so you can walk up and down the street and shop for all you want. Bridal wear shops in Karol Bagh Market There is something very Punjabi about Karol Bagh market – everything is big and showy with glitter thrown in as well. So are the people who run the shops – mostly rich, jovial Punjabis. The spice sultan, Roopak, premium designer wear house, CTC Emporio, Indian ethnic wear majors, Frontier Bazaar, Ram Chandra Kishan Chandra, Roop Sarees , Chhabra 555 and Bombay Selection rub shoulders with Westside, Levi’s, Spykar, United Colors of Benetton and Park Avenue. Handbags in Karol Bagh Market An entire range of ladies handbags and shoes, non-branded lingerie and cosmetics and casual wear are sold on the streets. The streets are pretty crowded. Sir’s & Hers, Impressions, Meena Bazaar, Fashion & I, Gyans, Karol Bagh Saree House, Panna Sarees, Vasari, Numero Uno, Koutons, – take your pick. You will still find the coveted fabric, embroidered blouse material or suit pieces in one of the smaller shops in the alleys…so make up your mind what you wish to shop for. Once there, flitting between big branded outlets and smaller shops can confuse the mind. Also don’t forget the masalas (spices) and namkeens (savouries). If you are at Karol Bagh for bargains and best deals, you should check out Tank Road as well. Though it is better known for wholesale garments, especially denims, it has some good shops for Indian wear too. You should make a beeline to Arya Samaj Road for second-hand books. Jewellery in Karol Bagh Market However, if you are looking for authentic gold and diamond jewellery, Bank Street is the place to be in. The best jewellers in Delhi including, PP Jewellers, Khanna Jewellers, Tanishq, Mehrasons and a host of others do business here. Then there is the good old Ghaffar Market. Known for imported and smuggled products in every conceivable category, it is also famous for cheap mobile phones, often second-hand ,and iPods and iPhones. You will also get cosmetics, footwear and imported hair clips here. The Tip Top shopping Market for crokery, glassware & glitzy home décor products is near the Gaffar market. Mouth watering Tikki and kulfi in Karol Bagh market There is simply no escape from Roshan Di Kulfi, once you set out to shop at Karol Bagh. It is a rage! Tera Hotel is a dhaba that pulls the crowds. Pind Balluchi and Hotel Balaji are the bigger restaurants. Simpler ones like Shudh and Raffles are more convenient eat-while-you-shop places. Sardar ki Tikkis (potato-filled spicy cutlets) and Anjalika’s sandwiches are local favorites. Popcorn, berjer, (burgers served at street corners), and sweet corn are other choices. Karol Bagh market is a fairly cheap place to go shopping in Delhi. It is the bets place for bulk buying. Read reviews about other Delhi markets here Our recent blog Lajpat Nagar Shahpur Jat

Hauz Khas Village, Delhi

The 13th Century elite Village Hauz Khas Village (the royal water-tank) was famously called the national capital of ethnic chic by New York Times correspondent, Barbara Crosette. The medieval village complex adjoining it has been converted into just that. Indian arts, crafts, textiles and designs are wrapped in 21st century shopping bags for elite shoppers and tourists. The mud-plastered shopping kiosks has a 13th century water-tank, a mosque, a tomb and an Islamic seminary for backdrop. The Village ,as the Hauz Khas shopping market is popularly known, is comprised entirely of old houses converted into air-conditioned boutiques, book stores and showrooms for handicrafts and antiques. Renowned fashion designer Bina Ramani was the first to set up shop here in the late 1980s. The others followed suit and voila, it has turned into a fashion and cultural hotspot ! Fashion shopping in the Hauz Khas village The roads are narrow muddy lanes and what little road is available is taken up by the big cars of the shop-owners. Sagging electrical cables, potholes and cattle will greet you. However, once you step inside the shops, you are transported into another world because a lot of effort has gone into making each shop “differently ethnic.” For women looking for designer wear and accessories, the choices are unlimited. Ogaan sells hi-fashion apparel from India’s leading designers with prices of some pieces exceeding Rs. 1 lakh each. White is well ahead of others – it is the first to stock jeans from J Brand (colored denims – fuchsia, turquoise, red, yellow, purple…). Serfontaine and Rock and Republic and the only place where you can pick up a clone of a St Erasmus necklace (a South African luxury jewellery brand). Munkee Doo offers funky clothing and hand-painted sneakers. Nappa Dori has made a name for leather accessories. Lola’s World has children and ladies apparel including Parisian label Nana Ki. Hauz Khas has shops selling European designs with Indian fabric for cotton kurtas, silk skirts, chiffon dresses and pashmina leggings. Check out swimwear and resort wear made from Italian fabric at Shivan and Narresh. Best shops in Hauz Khas Village This Delhi shopping Market has shops that stand out from the rest – the Indian Popular Art is one such with old Bollywood cinema posters, old calendar art, vintage cards and photos. Another is The People’s Project which stocks crafts from artisans and holds regular workshops. Yet another is Yodakin – a store for non-mainstream books, music, movies and periodicals. Also, Ahaana Organic, a shop devoted to sustainable agriculture and sells organic rice, grains, pulses and herbs. The Grey Garden Store is very good as well – it sells Mia Morikawa’s accessories label, Kapawow and lifestyle products from Austria. Chic restaurants in HauzKhas Village Hauz Khas Village is home to chic restaurants as well. Flipside and Kunzum are coffee and wi-fi places, Elma’s Bakery for tea and scones, The Living Room for music and food, The Grey Garden for thin-crust pizzas, Naivedyam and Gunpowder for South Indian delicacies… the list goes on.

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The labyrinthine lanes of Chandni Chowk in Old Delhi will lead you to treasure troves of traditional Indian apparel, including the wedding lehangas (traditional bridal wear), jewellery and other accessories. Some of the best bridal wear shops of Delhi can be found here. If there is a wedding in the family, you should head to Kinari Bazaar,where you can shop for an astonishing range of gift boxes and trays and other ‘must haves’ at Indian weddings .For new and old silverware, Dariba Kalan is your best bet. Some of the best gold jewellery shops are found in Karol Bagh Shopping Market. The Central Cottage Industries Emporium in Connaught Place and the State Emporia in Baba Kharak Singh Marg, provide a panoramic overview of products from all over India, while the Dilli Haat dishes out the flavours of rural art and craft from across the country. Delhi shopping is incomplete without a visit to the State Emporiums & Dilli Haat. If Santushti Shopping Arcade with its chic elegance awes customers with a string of boutiques, Janpath with its colorful trinkets and noisy vendors charms foreign tourists in particular. Serious bargaining and cheap deals are easy to come by in Sarojini Nagar, Lajpat Nagar and Karol Bagh markets,where local shoppers throng as well. The Central Cottage Industries Emporium in Connaught Place and the State Emporia in Baba Kharak Singh Marg, provide a panoramic overview of products from all over India, while the Dilli Haat dishes out the flavours of rural art and craft from across the country. Delhi shopping is incomplete without a visit to the State Emporiums & Dilli Haat. If Santushti Shopping Arcade with its chic elegance awes customers with a string of boutiques, Janpath with its colorful trinkets and noisy vendors charms foreign tourists in particular. Serious bargaining and cheap deals are easy to come by in Sarojini Nagar, Lajpat Nagar and Karol Bagh markets,where local shoppers throng as well. Some of the best gold jewellery shops are found in Karol Bagh.

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