Electronic Market in DelhiDelhi has an array of electronic and electrical shops selling to almost all kind of buyers from across north India. Delhi being one of the major commercial hubs has a lot of variety and best prices for your all your electronic requirements. Electronic market in Delhi is huge. Lajpat Rai Market, Palika Bazar, Nehru Place and Gafar market are some of the prominent wholesale electronic markets in Delhi.
Lajpat Rai MarketLajpat Rai Market is an aged wholesale market of electronic market in old Delhi. The market stocks lighting materials, televisions, LCDs, satellite equipments, mobile phones, inverters, home appliances etc. at wholesale prices and provides further discounts on these prices. The discount goes exceeding with the quantity of order placed. You can easily spot CCTV cameras and home security systems. Also the market is a favorite among dish-wallas for its ample variety of satellite televisions, satellite dishes, cable wires and allied products. One really needs to be cautious of bogus products and deals while making purchases. This market caters to all category buyers in terms of strata and volume. JK Traders, Swaran Electronics, Bhaskar Radios are among a few major players of the market and specialize in their product offerings.
The market is located across Jain temple, in line with Red Fort. You can reach the market from Chandni Chowk Metro Station. The market is situated at a walking distance from the station but is closed on Sundays.
Palika BazarPalika Bazar located at Connaught Place sells electronic goods largely. You can easily find electronic, camera and mobile shops here. Although the market tenders cheaper deals but there is always a scope for bargaining. The market stores smart phones, tablets and Chinese electronic goods as well. For car lovers, there is an off-the shelf variety of Parking sensors available in this market. You may also end up buying fake electronic products, hence one need to be aware of the shopping tacts of the market. However, the market is seeing a drastic change in kind of goods it deals with, so lately there has been a decline in the number of electronic shops here.
The market can easily be reached by getting down at Rajiv Chowk Metro Station. It is ppen from Monday till Saturday.
Nehru Place electronic market deals in all kinds of electronic goods but it is most notable as a computer market. Among some 10000 shops in this market 30% shops deal in electronic items. The market is also called ‘Electronics Hub of Delhi’; it is a good retail market for electronics, appliances, computers, and electrical parts. The market is loaded with hawkers who sell computer hard ware and softwares. There are many shops dedicatedly working only for repairs of pen-drives, disk Storage, external Drives, backup systems etc. People from Delhi and most states of north visit Nehru Place for cheapest deals on computers, its accessories and electronics.
The market offers big bargains due to the fact that many suppliers here do not provide documentation (bills and receipts) of their goods. But if you are purchasing from an authorized dealer or a showroom the receipts and guarantees are issued against the purchases with no chance of being bullied. The market is easily connected through Nehru Place Metro station and the DTC bus terminal of Nehru Place. Market remains closed on Sundays.
Gaffar Market is another famous market for electronic goods in Delhi. Like Nehru Place, Gaffar market is called a mobile hub due to its specialized mobile shops. One can easily find air-conditioners, televisions, LCDs and camcorders also. This grey market of Delhi sells imported electronic gadgets at lesser than official prices. You can find in this market, many gadgets and gizmos even before their official release in the market. Gaffar market is just a walk away from Karol Bagh Metro Station. The market remains closed on Mondays.
Bhagirath Palace in Chandni Chowk also houses massive electrical equipment shops and is a North’s biggest electrical wholesale market. The market is also popular for medicines and medical equipments. 80 % of the shops in Bhagirath Palace stock goods from China. Like Lajpat Rai Market , Bhagirath Palace also provides electrical components at a heavily discounted rates and the discounts get larger with the bulk of orders. The market is closed on Sundays.