Sunder Nagar Shopping Market | Best Shops in Sunder Nagar, Delhi

Sunder Nagar, Delhi Shopping Market

About Sunder Nagar, Delhi Shopping Market

If you ask us to name a market in Delhi which caters to...Read More

Best Shops In Sunder Nagar, Delhi Shopping Market

About Sunder Nagar, Delhi Shopping Market

If you ask us to name a market in Delhi which caters to extravagance with a range of beautiful products, it has to be the Sunder Nagar market. The market is popular for its art galleries and handicraft shops.

Sunder Nagar is where the rich and the famous shop for exquisite garments, tribal artifacts, carved-wood furniture as well as heirloom jewelry.

Sunder Nagar is situated on Mathura road, south of the Purana Qila (Old Fort) and close to the zoological gardens. It is an upmarket residential area in the center of Delhi. This shopping market surrounds a beautiful park.

This is one shopping market in Delhi that has certainly not changed over the years.

Antique Shops @ Sunder Nagar

The Sunder Nagar market is less showy and quieter than the other markets. Moreover, the shops have a reputation of stocking superior quality, stylish and classy products. The main reason for this is that it is a market for antiques (many are replicas), handicrafts and silver Jewellry, that interest only a few. So art and handicrafts lovers are the only few shopping here.

This Delhi shopping market certainly retains its leisurely charm and lazy ambience as a hassle free quiet neighbourhood shopping market. There are no bargain shops for garments in this market.

Further, Asia Tea house is a wonderful place to visit for all tea lovers. They have some excellent teas from the estates in Assam and Darjeeling that are not easily available elsewhere. Walk into the Mascot’s book shop and you will find some rare coffee table books. If you are looking for restaurants, there is BACI (an Italian restaurant) and Nathu Sweets for the Indian delicacies.

Sunder Nagar Diwali Mela

Adding to the festive shine, Diwali Melas certainly make for the most exciting part of celebrations in Delhi. Sunder Nagar boasts of one of the oldest Diwali Melas in the city. It is being organised for more than 50 years now.

What makes this Mela the popular one among Delhiites are magic shows, loads of activities for kids and elders, the giant Ferris Wheel ride, and fun-filled competitions.

One can also shop here for Diwali knick-knacks. These include beautiful handicraft items, jewellery, clothes, bags, diyas, home decor items and colourful floating candles.

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Days Closed :- Sunday

Timing :- 11 am to 7pm

Bus/Metro :- Pragati Maidan on blue line, Khan Market on violet line

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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.
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