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About Frontier Bazaar

Frontier Bazaar in Karol Bagh

Frontier bazaar, has a wide range of lehengas in flashy pinks, parrot greens saffron and yellow that it is bound to be overwhelming at first. Some of the lehengas could be described as showy, ornate and extravagant with a lot of glitter and shiny sequins work. It is a personal choice and some customers prefer these designs when it comes to bridal wear selection.

Salwar Kameez And Sarees

They stock heavily worked salwar kameez, saris with zardozdi work, sequins work and glitter work and other bridal wear dresses. They also stock grand Palazzos, shararas and gharars. This would make up their entire collection.

The prices would be in the Rs. 10000 to Rs. 25000/piece price range.

Frontier bazaar is one of the best bridal wear shops in Karol Bagh, Delhi.

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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.
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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
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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
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