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Places you might want to see while in Delhi

  • India Gate
  • Rashtrapati Bahvan
  • Red Fort
  • Jama Masjid
  • Jantar Mantar
  • Qutab Minar
  • Lotus Temple
  • Rajghat
  • National Agricultural Science Museum
  • National Museum

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The vibrant and exotic atmosphere of Delhi markets can make shopping lots of fun. In fact, Delhi has the best markets in India, with handicrafts from all over the country. These top markets in Delhi are a treasure trove of goods waiting to be discovered.

  1. Dilli Haat
    This huge Delhi market has been deliberately made to feel like a traditional weekly village market, called a haat. Small thatched roof cottages with a village atmosphere give it great ambiance. The market offers an exciting blend of handicrafts from all over India, food, and cultural and music performances.

    • Location: Sri Aurobindo Marg (opposite INA Market). Also at Netaji Subash Place (adjacent to Netaji Subash Place Metro Station), and Pitampura.
    • Opening Hours: Daily from 10.30 a.m. to 10 p.m., including national holidays.
    • What to Buy: Indian handcrafts and artefacts.

  2. Janpath and Tibetan Market
    This very popular and lively Delhi market, which was recently given a makeover, has something for everyone. You'll find goods from everywhere in India and Tibet here, and it's a great place to shop for things to take back home. However, you'll need all your bargaining skills to get a really decent price.

    • Location: Janpath, just off Connaught Place, in central New Delhi.
    • Opening Hours: Daily from 10.30 a.m. to 10 p.m
    • What to Buy: Handicrafts, hippy clothing, shoes, paintings, brassware, Indian artifacts, leather work, and cheap jewelry.

  3. Khan Market
    Khan Market is a small, U-shaped, well established market that is one of Delhi's classiest. Bargain hunters are likely to be disappointed at this market. It's got a loyal following who go there to shop at its branded outlets. One of the best things about this market is its interesting book shops. It's also got some excellent tailors who will make you a suit in less than a week. For Ayurvedic food, medicine and skin care check out Biotique, and Khadi. Hidden away, you'll find some great lounges to relax in, many with balconies overlooking the street.

    • Location: South New Delhi, not far from India Gate.
    • Opening Hours: Daily from 10.30 a.m. to 10 p.m except Sundays.
    • What to Buy: Books, music, branded and tailored clothes, Ayurvedic food and cosmetics, and lamps.

  4. Chandni Chowk
    The shopping district of Chandni Chowk has been in existence for hundreds of years and an exploration of its winding, narrow alleyways is certainly an adventure. The lanes of Chandni Chowk are divided into bazaars with different areas of specialization. For fabrics, head to Katra Neel. In the Bhagirath Palace area, you'll find a huge range of electronics. Dariba Kalan is Old Delhi's ancient silver market full of silver jewelry. Food vendors in Chandni Chowk also serve up a delocious assortment of Delhi street food.

    • Location: Old Delhi.
    • Opening Hours: Daily from 10.30 a.m. to 10 p.m except Sundays.
    • What to Buy: Fabrics, jewelry, and electronic goods.

  5. Sarojini Nagar
    Sarojini Nagar is most famous for its really cheap designer clothes and reputable brands that have been rejected from export, either because of surplus quantity or small manufacturing defects. Shops and stalls, selling all kinds of clothes and fashion accessories, sprawl onto the streets. There's also a sweet market (Babu Market) and vegetable market (Subzi Mundi) in the area.

    • Location: South West Delhi, near Safdarjung Airport.
    • Opening Hours:Daily from 10.30 a.m. to 10 p.m except Mondays.
    • What to Buy:Designer clothes, Indian clothes, fashion accessories, shoes.

  6. Lajpat Nagar (Central Market)
    The hectic Lajpat Nagar market provides an interesting glimpse into Indian culture. It's one of the oldest markets in India and is abuzz with middle class Indian shoppers, all swarming around its roadside stalls and showrooms. One of this market's main attractions is theMehendiwalas, who will apply beautiful henna designs to your hands with astonishing speed. You'll also find reasonably priced Indian kurtitops and salwaar kameez suits here.

    • Location:South New Delhi, near Defence Colony (between Greater Kailash and South Extension).
    • Opening Hours:Daily from 10.30 a.m. to 10 p.m except Mondays.
    • What to Buy: Indian clothing, shoes, bags, accessories (including Indian bangles), and home furnishings.

  7. Sunder Nagar
    This quaint market attracts quite a few rich Indian socialites because of its art and antique shops. It's a well-designed market in an upscale neighborhood. You'll also find some wonderful tea shops there. Try the Regalia Tea House and Mittal Tea House.

    • Location:Off Mathura Road in central New Delhi
    • Opening Hours: Daily from 10.30 a.m. to 10 p.m except Sundays.
    • What to Buy: Silver jewelry, art, textiles, carpets, and antiques.