Shopping in Delhi
Shopping in Delhi attracts many buyers from different parts of the world. In India, Delhi has been paradise for shopaholic people. You can buy antiques, furniture, handicrafts, European items, leather products, Shawls, handloom items like carpet, bags, etc, silk items, jewelry, etc.
There are many markets in Delhi which remains crowded throughout the day, like Chandni Chowk, Dilli Haat, Hauz Khas, South Extension, Palika Bazaar, Greater Kailash, Khan Market and Sarojini Market.
Best Markets in Delhi
Chandni ChowkOne of the famous markets Chandni Chowk located in Old Delhi, has been popular since Mughal period. If you are planning to buy dresses with rich and intricate designs, you will get it right here!
JanpathJanpath, located near Connaught Place offers you plenty of bargain shopping and is one of the best street shopping experiences in Delhi.
Sunder Nagar MarketSunder Nagar Market near Purana Qila is famous for Indian and Nepali handicrafts and antiques.
Hauz Khas VillageIf you are looking for designer clothes or traditional furniture have a look at the collection for sale in Hauz Khas Village.
Dilli HaatDilli Haat is another famous place for shopping for handicrafts and gift items from all over the country. Along with the shopping experience you can also enjoy the food of various states and regions.
INA MarketIndian National Army market situated across Dilli Haat a.k.a INA has been recognized as the food bazaar of Delhi.
Khan MarketKhan Market located in south Delhi is popular for books, musical items, branded and tailored clothes, cosmetic items, lamp sheds, food items and groceries. Khan Market is also a heaven for all foodies.
South ExtensionGraduating towards high end markets we can start with South Extension which is divided into two phases i.e. South Extension 1 and South Extension 2 on either sides of the Ring Road.
Rajouri GardenRajouri Garden can be visited not only for the traditional local shops but also for the new malls that have come up in this area catering to the growing disposable incomes of the inhabitants of that area which is the residence for the vivacious Sikh and Punjabi Hindus.
Jwala Heri MarketJwala Heri Market is the biggest market place in West Delhi. It houses a plethora shops selling computers and laptops, jewelry, accessories, crockery and the like and is famous for its Pyaaz ki kachoris.
Tibetan Market normally referred as the Monastery market is not only unique because of the articles it has on sale but also because of its location as it is situated under the ISBT-Shahdara Link Flyover.
Nearest metro station is Vidhan Sabha after which one can take a rickshaw to reach the market within 15 minutes. Bus routes of 227, 258, 192, 171, 883 and 901A can be boarded to reach the Tibetan Market. This market also remains closed on Mondays.
Sarojini MarketSarojini Nagar Market located in south-west Delhi near Safdarjung airport, is open daily except on Mondays.
Lajpat Nagar MarketLajpat Nagar or Central market located in south Delhi is open daily except Mondays. This place is also one of the oldest market of India.
Palika BazaarAn underground market at the heart of Connaught Place, Palika Bazaar is a shopper's paradise.
Nehru PlaceNehru Place is said to be Asia's largest IT hardware market. Computers, desktops, laptops, computer accessories, printers, cartridges, toners- you name it and Nehru Place has it!
Greater KailashGreater Kailash is one of the posh areas in Delhi and the markets GK1 and GK2 are strictly for those who have a luxurious take towards life and shopping.
Kamla NagarKamla Nagar situated in the middle of Delhi University is frequented by all the college and university students. S
Nearest stations are Vishwa Vidyalaya & GTB Nagar. One can hire a rickshaw or a shared electric rickshaw. One can also take a bus for Kamla Nagar and some of the bus routes that connect Kamla Nagar are: 912, 108, and 234. This place is closed on Mondays.
Karol BaghKarol Bagh Market is houses not only brands but also traditional local shops and offers trendy, ethnic wear at reasonable prices.
Bengali MarketBengali Market caters to foodies and is one of the upscale markets for food lovers. It is near CP next to Tansen Marg.
Shopping Malls in Delhi
No matter, how busy your schedule is shopping is always high on the agenda. Locals are also proud of all the shopping centres and shopping malls in Delhi. Delhi could easily be called the 'Mall capital of India' with so many malls already thriving and many more coming up!
All the malls have ample parking space, food courts and multiplexes. Some even have a baby care centres where you can drop your loved ones under good care of nannies while you shop till you drop!
Select City Walk
Select City Walk is an important and premier shopping mall of Delhi. The mall includes multiplexes, food courts and restaurants, activity area for kids and offices. It is located in Delhi and is the most happening place in the city.
A-3, District Centre Saket, Delhi - 110017
Phone: (+91) 11 40601700
Ambience Mall in Vasant Kunj is style redefined. It is a god mix of entertainment and leisure within this vast shopping complex. The Beer café, 101 Brats, Timberland, and Chili's which were introduced to Delhi for the first time.
2, Nelson Mandela Road, Vasant Kunj, Delhi - 110070
DLF Emporio Mall
DLF Emporio Mall is one of the most expensive malls in the city. Located in Vasant Kunj, it is one of the most luxurious malls in Asia.
DLF Emporio Mall
4, Near The Grand Hotel, Nelson Mandela Marg
Vasant Kunj, Delhi - 110070
DLF Place Mall
DLF Place Mall in Saket is not only a place for shopping and leisure but it also has some of the best restaurants in town! So eat and shop and have a great day at the mall!
Plot Number-A-4, District Centre, Press Enclave Road, Saket, Delhi - 110017