India's capital is naturally also a shoppers' delight, from international brands to handicrafts from all parts of this vast country. Come explore some of its treasures with me!
Janpath & Tibetan Market
Delhi's liveliest and most popular market (above) was recently renovated, and in addition to a wide range of handicrafts is best for those with good bargaining skills.
Following the theme of a traditional village market, it has small thatched roofed cottages that give it a great ambiance, and the merchandise is a great blend of handicrafts, music, and amazing food.
is the best place where one can enjoy shopping by using the bargaining skills. There are many shops in this market that offers wholesale deals and even export to the foreign countries. It is a good place that one can choose to find out the inexpensive but unique items.
Centuries old, with a maze of narrow alleyways in between, these streets can be a great adventure, and are divided into different specialized bazaars (for example, Katra Neel is good for fabric, electronic items can be bought from the Bhagirath Palace area, the silver market is at DaribaKalan, and the Kinari bazaar has got everything one needs for a wedding). The tasty street delicacies another amazing part of this area.
This is the place popular for cheap designer clothes and items from reputable brands which were not exported due to very small manufacturing defects or surplus quantity. It is this streets that gives all trendy and fashionable attire to Delhi in very cheap price.