5 local markets in Delhi ( best shopping spots in Delhi)

markets in Delhi
best shopping spots in delhi

shopping is cheaper than therapy

who doesn’t love shopping and who doesn’t love gifts, so, in this post, I’ll tell about everything you need to know about shopping in Delhi

there are so many markets in Delhi, in which you can almost buy anything with the right set of bargaining skills you can get them for a decent price, markets in Delhi offer you many things from casual wear to trendy wear, simple accessories to designer stuff even you can get handmade things and books, you can find almost everything guys

Chandni Chowk, Delhi

Chandni Chowk market in delhi
Busy streets of Chandni Chowk

In the heart of Old Delhi, Chandni Chowk is the busiest shopping area with markets full of silver jewellery, sarees, books, stationery items, spices and herbs

you can find here anything if you know the right street, this place has so many streets each street sells a different kind of things

Dariba Kalan Street

this is the 17th-century market, this lane is full of shops which sells all kinds of silver jewellery, which you can get them by 25 per cent less cheap than any other market

you can find here all kinds of silver stuff like nose-pins, earrings, neckpieces, anklets and much more

moreover, this market is just not for silver, you can also find attars, perfumes and oils

Kinari Bazar Street

this street is for wedding shopping, this street sells you all kinds of wedding dresses to fabrics and motifs for kurtas, latkans and sarees

if you want to try some street food there, this street connects to the famous Paranthe Wali Galli

Ballimaran Market Street

you’ll find a lot of opticians here, you can get all kinds of optical wear for a very low price.

But, before buying just check the quality of those frames and glasses, you can also find vintages glasses, watches, and shoes

Nai Sadak Street

this street is for people who like to read books, you can find here all kinds of books

they will sell old used books to brand new books and you can get these for a very basic price

Khari Baoli Street

Khari Baoli Street is dedicated for spices, dry fruits and nuts, herbs. there’s nothing in terms of spices and condiments you can’t find here

Kucha Choudhary Market Street

Kucha Choudhary market in Delhi is known as photo street which is opened in the 1970s

this place is a photographers dream, you can get also most every camera here from vintage to polaroid

Timings: Sunday Holiday, 9:30 am – 8:00 pm Monday to Saturday

Sarojini Market, Delhi

Sarojini Market in Delhi
Sarojini Nagar Market

Sarojini Nagar Market, this is one of the most famous market in Delhi. here you can find basic clothes to trendy wear

dresses here are so cheap because they will get all these excessive clothes from the factory or rejected pieces if you are lucky you can find here some reputed brands

if you are shopping here you should have few bargaining skills

Timings: Monday Holiday, 10:00 am – 9:00 pm Tuesday to sunday

Khan Market, Delhi

Khan Market in Delhi
Khan market day & night view

the most expensive places to rent a shop in India and Khan Market is one of my favourite place to hang out at. this market has some of the best shopping and eating options in Delhi

Shop, Eat & drink you can do everything here in Khan market, this place has some big brands too

this is established in 1951, it was named after a freedom fighter Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan.

The U-shaped, double-storey building consists of 154 shops and 74 flats for shopkeepers, Until the 1980s, all the flats on the first floor continued to serve as homes than they also turned into shops.

Timings: Sunday Holiday.

Dilli Haat, Delhi

Dilli Haatin  Delhi
traditional market delhi
Dilli Haat market

Dilli Haat, this market is for people who love handicrafts, this place has a village theme.

this market will showcase traditional Indian culture if you are a not big lover of handcrafts at least you can visit this place for its looks and feel

transports you to the magical world of Indian art and heritage presented through a fascinating panorama of craft, cuisine and cultural activities

prices here are moderate, here these craftspeople find an opportunity to showcase their art to thousands of visitors

this place will bring rural life and folk art closer to our urban life

  • 20/- for adults
  • 10/- for child

Timings: Daily from 10.30 a.m. to 10 p.m

Janpath and Tibetan Market, Delhi

Janpath and Tibetan Market in Delhi
Janpath market

this market is famous for Indian artefacts, paintings, leather items, imitation jewellery, clothing. here you can find goods from all over India and handicrafts of Tibet, that’s why this market is also called as Tibetan Market

the place is blended with culture and people. if you are going to shop here with bargaining you can get things for a decent price

Timings: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm Monday to Saturday, 11:00 am to 8:00 pm (on Sundays)

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