Delhi shopping markets are some of the best in India. As a matter of fact, some of the shopping markets in Delhi have developed amongst historic monuments. The Mughal era & British era legacy buildings stand tall even today. Above all, the whole shopping experience is unique.Delhi has a vast range of magnificent products. It is a combination of ethnic & modern that makes shopping in Delhi so exciting. Products are available in plenty and that makes visiting the shopping markets so exciting & memorable.
For e,g, if you walk through the GK M Block Market,you will notice the latest trends in footwear & casual wear dresses. In other words, be it a palazzo, shorts, shirts, tops or scarves, the vendors here are the first to display it. They would of course do a quick visit to AND ,Print Center &L’aFFAIRE too, which are old and trusted shops for western wear dresses ,ethnic salwar kameez & luxury sarees respectively.Further, you will notice Delhites shopping and eating at Prince Pan chaat wale.
Or walk thru the Hauz Khas Village Market. The meandering walkways ,the tombs & the Hauz Khas Lake have been taken right out of history Hauz Khas was an old University town in the 12th Century. Whats more, they have shops selling vintage clothes & crafts and there are modern boutiques too. There are coffee shops, restaurants & bars ,that are frequented by Delhi’s youngsters.
Or take for instance the Sarojini Nagar Market which is always crowded and is popular for stylish tops& dresses at very reasonable prices. They are said to be export rejects. The Janpath Market is another Delhi shopping market which has several shops selling export rejects. Further, they also stock Tibetan beads & crafts.
As opposed ,the South Extension Market is a well designed market with some of the best shops for bridal wear & jewellery.
Shahpur Jat Market, about which not many of you would have heard about ,is a market for young & upcoming designers . You can check out bridal wear dresses and gowns there too.
Karol Bagh in West Delhi is an old market for jewellery, bridal wear as well as imported crockery & mobile phones.
Similarly,Kamal Nagar Market is where students from the University visit for their clothes & footwear.
Chandni Chowk- Now who has not heard about this shopping market in Delhi ? It owes its existence to Mughal emperor Shahjahan. It is a largely a wholesale market and is crowded & noisy.
However,you cannot miss going to the Chandni Chowk Market just once . The experience is unique.