Top 5 shopping spots in Delhi

Kirti Arora | Live the World

November 23, 2022

Delhi is a shopping paradise. There is something for each type of traveller and perfect souvenirs for their loved ones. In[dia](https://www.livetheworld.com/post/india-a-modest-mini-continent-gdbc)'s rich art, culture, and history are reflected in its fabrics and textiles. Combination with modern trends has made Indian clothes more versatile and comfortable - due to which they are loved by locals and foreigners alike. Fusion wear is the new fad, especially in old Delhi and New Delhi. As people here are deeply rooted in their culture, they choose to mishmash tradition with modern ethos and create a unique personality for themselves with their clothes. So, if you plan to visit Delhi anytime soon, do not forget to include these five hot shopping spots from your itinerary

Chandni Chowk Market

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Here you will find authentic Indian bridal wear and traditional wear - full of colours, gorgeous embroidery, thread-work, and other forms of ancient Indian craftsmanshipLehengas, blouses, sarees, Indian suits, and other ethnic outfits are very popular, especially for weddings and festivities. Indian women of all age groups can be seen here, shopping for clothes and jewelry. From the latest Bollywood trends to futuristic designs, the shopkeepers stock it all to appeal to different clientele. It's almost impossible to leave the market without buying at least one beautiful Indian dress for yourself. The prices are pretty reasonable and dresses are available in myriad colours and designs. Be prepared to be spoiled for choices. 

Paharganj Market

Paharganj is an abode to several foreigners, who visit India in search of new travel experience. Catering to their needs, there is a sprawling market, selling junk jewelry, bohemian clothes and even stylish bags and totes. The market is affordable and quite popular amongst shopaholics. You can even spot hidden gems here when it comes to clothes and oxidized jewelry for both men and women. There are several tattoo parlours around too if you desire to get yourself inked. 

Sarojini Nagar Market

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If you are a perpetual and compulsive shopper, who is always looking for cheap bargains and waiting for the next discount season, then Sarojini Nagar is the perfect place for you. The market has several street shops selling the most stylish outfits. One can even spot fashion designers here looking for their next runway inspiration. Sarojini Nagar is a must-visit place for all fashion lovers, who want to look uber chic without spending too much money. You can easily find a pair of denim shorts or Madonna inspired crop top for as low as $ 1. Yes, you read it right! It would not be an exaggeration to say, but there is no dearth of new trends and fashion clothing here. 

There are several high-end stores also, from where you can pick your favourite brand. But I always prefer supporting the indigenous community and encouraging local craftsmanship. Also, several stores are selling Indian clothes, which look good on all body types and skin tones.  

Janpath Market

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Located in the heart of central Delhi, you will find always-bustling Janpath Market. This is another place, known for its fashion-forward approach. One can even find several women selling handmade goods here, which are very beautiful and intricate in design. Clothes with retro and bohemian vibes are quite popular here. In fact, you can find a wide variety of dresses and clothes here, both for men and women. Janpath Market is also popular for locally-made perfumes, commonly known as attars. These exotic Indian attars are available in beautiful packaging and are ideal as gifts

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Dilli Haat

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Your trip to Delhi would be incomplete if you do not visit Dilli Haat. From region-specific fabrics, dresses, handicrafts, jewelry to colourful bags, this place has it all covered. Not just this, you can also enjoy sumptuous meals here after a tiring day of shopping. The stuff available here is a little expensive but the quality is to vouch for. Several cultural festivals are also organized here on special occasions, making the shopping experience more enjoyable. 

I am sure you do not need more reasons to visit Delhi. These markets are affordable, easily accessible by metro along with cabs and offer good quality products. So jet, set and go! Pack your bags, book your flights and head over to this beautiful land to explore five hot shopping spots in Delhi with your family, friends or even solo.

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