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Dilli Haat

This Delhi markets have been made to feel like traditional weekly village markets called a haat. The market offers an exciting blend of handicrafts from all over India, food, and cultural and music performances. There is one Haat at INA Market and one at Pitampura. There may be more Haats built. What to buy: Handicrafts and Indian artifacts.

Janpath and Tibetan Market - Connaught Place.

This popular and lively Delhi market has something for everyone. You will need all your bargaining skills to get a really decent price. What to Buy: Handicrafts, hippy clothing, shoes, paintings, brassware, Indian artifacts, leather work, and cheap jewelry.

Khan Market

Khan Market is one of Delhi's classiest and has branded outlets. What to Buy: Books, music, branded and tailored clothes, Ayurvedic food and cosmetics, and lamps.


Some of the best bargain shopping in Delhi can be found in the Main Bazaar. What to Buy: Clothes, shoes, jewelry, books, music, textiles, handicrafts, hookah pipes, incense.

Chandni Chowk

This market has been in existence for hundreds of years and the lanes of Chandni Chowk are divided into bazaars with different areas of specialization. For fabrics, head to Katra Neel. Bhagirath Palace is for electronics. Dariba Kalan is the place for silver jewelry. What to Buy: Fabrics, jewelry, and electronic goods.

Sarojini Nagar

This market is famous for its cheap designer clothes and reputable brands that have been rejected from export, either because of surplus quantity or small manufacturing defects. What to Buy: Designer clothes, Indian clothes, fashion accessories, shoes.

Lajpat Nagar (Central Market)

Lajpat Nagar market is one of the oldest markets and is abuzz with Indian shoppers, swarming around its roadside stalls and showrooms. One of this market's main attractions is the Mehendiwalas, who will apply beautiful henna designs to your hands. What to Buy: Indian clothing, shoes, bags, accessories (including Indian bangles), and home furnishings.

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.

Karol Bagh

Karol Bagh offers Indian garments, shoes besides astounding jewelries and amazing bridal wears. The various shopping places encircling Karol Bagh are Ajmal Khan, Arya Samaj, Bank Street and Ghaffar market.