BEST SHOPPING DESTINATIONS IN DELHI
Delhi is a heaven for food and shopping lovers. Here are a few places, you just cannot miss if you are looking out to go shopping in the national capital. 1. Sarojini Nagar ‘Sarojni ke kapde pehen ke jaati madam disco…’ Remember this line from a popular hindi song? Yes, we are talking of that very same Sarojini Nagar Market. Close to South West Delhi, Sarojini Nagar market is the hot favourite of young fashion crazy divas who don’t wish to spend too much on expensive brands yet wear all that is trendy and in vogue. Replicas of all popular brand clothes to slightly defected pieces from high-end brands not making to exclusive showrooms are all on display here. You have to bargain to get the best deal. Shopkeepers will cut come down to even 25% of the initial price told just be persistent enough.Sarojini is one of India’s most popular flea markets, and you just cannot skip this place. 2. Dilli Haat Dilli Haat is quite close to Sarojini but a totally different shopping experience is on offer here. It is the place to buy high quality handicrafts. Artisans from different states have put up stalls here giving the customers a wide variety of traditional items to pick up. From dress material to footwear, show pieces to carpets; handcrafted furniture to intricate jewellery; if you are ready to spend there is so much you can get here. Apart from shopping, it’s a great place try out multiple Indian cuisines. 3. Connaught Place The famous Connaught Place houses all top brand showrooms like Allen Solly, Nike, Pepe Jeans, Adidas, Louis Philippe, Tag Heuer, et al. You name it, and you will find it. Besides these there is Shri Leathers – famous for its high quality long lasting leather products, Mohan Lal & Sons which is famous for making tailored denims on demand etc., which have earned a special reputation for the unique services they provide. 4. Janpath Market Could be seen as part of Connaught Place itself, the Janpath Market is is the street side section. There are n-number of small shacks where you can find clothes at dirt-cheap prices. Also there is a wide range of junk jewellery you cannot skip admiring and buying. There are good shops that have on display silver jewellery too and the designs you get here are rare. But you must have an eagle’s eye to distinguish between the fake and original, be it the clothes or the jewels. Bargaining, not to forget is a must. 5. Karol Bagh Karol Bagh is world famous as a wedding shopping hub. It is one of the oldest and the largest shopping centers in the city. You will find a wide variety of bridal and party outfits as well as footwear and cosmetics. There are many exclusive designer showrooms as well as nominal price shops, thus catering to all kinds of customers. There are jewellery showrooms too. An extension to the main market is the Gaffar Market. If you are looking out for electronics items at low prices, this is the place for you.