Don’t Miss These Markets in Delhi offering A-Z products at Minimal Price

When in Delhi, you can never get enough of shopping, just like its street food. From high-end brands in the tall shopping complexes to street-side retails, you get plenty of options to choose from. However, the real charm of shopping in Delhi lies in the local markets. It is difficult to not buying something when you visit those markets and see locally produced products, which are pocket-friendly. From apparel and matching accessories to spices and paintings, you will get everything at a reasonable rate in the below-listed markets:   

Janpath Market   

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Located in Connaught Place, Janpath Market (also known as the Tibetan Market) is essentially a long line of boutique stores selling products that are difficult to find in the malls and multi-chain stores of the city. You will get a vast collection of apparel and footwear. The vendors sell handicrafts, paintings and leather items as well. In the Janpath market, imitation jewellery is exclusive and highly sought after. If you are pro at bargaining, this is the right place to visit. You will get products pinching your pocket as little as Rs 150, which goes up to Rs 1500.   

Palika Bazar   

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Located in the heart of Delhi, Palika Bazar is a fully air-conditioned and underground market. Everything is available in Palika Bazar for a cheap bargain, from film CDs, music CDs, and video games to secondhand cameras and mobile phones. The shopkeepers prefer to stock out their old products as soon as possible. Other than this, you can come across some trendy clothes, accessories, and footwear.    

Chandni Chowk   

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If you are in Delhi, you cannot afford to miss out on visiting the markets of Chandni Chowk. Located in Old Delhi, Chandni Chowk market is lined by old buildings and surrounded by monuments. Shopping here will surely take you back in time, giving a tour through the city’s 100-year-old intriguing past. From trousseau, jewellery, electrical items to fabrics or spices, everything is sold here. However, the Chandni Chowk market is primarily famous for fancy and elegant lights, basic or decorative. Hence, this is considered Asia’s largest market for electronics and electrical goods. The shopping hubs of Chandni Chowk are Nai Sadak, Chawri Bazar, Dariba Kalan, Bhagirathi Palace, Moti Bazar and so on.    

Sarojini Nagar Market   

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It is pretty impossible to not visiting Sarojini Nagar Market and shop if you are in Delhi. Named after the Nightingale of India, Sarojini Nagar Market is one of the tidiest markets in the city. It is probably because it is located close to foreign embassies and consulates. You can binge shop from showrooms as well as street stalls. The market offers clothes, accessories, and decorative items. You can also buy cheap backpacks from the Sarojini Nagar market. It also boasts of its wide range of home décor items such as cushions and covers, paintings, and fancy lamps.   

Kamala Nagar Market   

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Located next to the North Campus of Delhi University, Kamala Nagar is a lively market and a popular hangout place for college-goers. As the market serves a large number of students, the products available here are cheap. From Kurtas to skirts to jeans to footwear to accessories, you can enter college decking up well on a low budget. Stores like Zara, H&M, LV, Prada, Gucci, etc., exist in this area, but they are copies, not the original stores. 

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