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iXiGOers Dec 09 2012

What are the best places to shop from in Delhi?

Benazir Khan DEC 10 2012
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A shoppers paradise, Delhi holds out so many options that will sweep you off your feet. Offering everything from swanky malls to small crowded lanes in bazaars, from big price tags to big bargains and from cheap replicas to genuine art, Delhi has something to delight everyone.

Check out the following markets in Delhi for a never before shopping experience:

  • Chandni ChowkA typical bazaar located in Old Delhi, welcome to the hub of shopping in Delhi. These streets are always bustling with life and while you may love to catch a bargain here, if you don’t like crowded places this might not exactly be your cup of tea. The days see the little shops here come to life with colours and calls, and these very lanes double for a food street in the evening, where you can sample some of the tastiest and cheapest North Indian snacks.

    Reach: The nearest Metro Stations are Chandni Chowk and Chawri Bazaar situated on the Yellow line.
    Shop: Sarees and Jewellery

  • Hauz Khas VillageWant to see the coolest place to hangout, eat and shop in Delhi? Head to Hauz Khas Village! The old, crumbling buildings here house the latest fashions by various Indian designers. Dotted with numerous concept cafes, this is the Delhiites favourite hangout for long conversations accompanied with tasty what nots. Also a highly favoured location for finding great posters, you can surely take something back home from here to deck up your walls. Pick up antiques, hatke furniture and clothing from this little market which ranks high due to its unique blend of rustic feel and modern amenities.

    Reach: Nearest Metro Station is Hauz Khas, located on the Yellow Line. You can take an auto for about INR 40 from here to the market.
    Shop: All that catches your fancy!

  • Connaught PlaceThis intriguing cross between a Victorian arcade, a bazaar and a shopping mall has been a popular shopping destination in Delhi for decades now. This is probably the only place where you will encounter huge showrooms and small roadside vendors who are neighbours. The circular market is comprised of the Inner Circle and the Outer Circle, which house the big brands and designer boutiques, a stones throw away is Janpath- the most happening flea market of Delhi, and still nearer is Palika Bazaar where you can find Chinese made replicas of almost anything. To add to your shopping fun, you can take a sip at the numerous cafes and bars here, or catch a movie in A-class theatres like PVR Rivoli and PVR Plaza. Catering to needs of all shoppers from the well heeled to the discerning ones, this is one place you don’t want to miss on your shopping spree in Delhi.

    Reach: Located just outside Rajiv Chowk Metro station, where the Blue and Yellow Metro lines converge.
    Shop: Cheap Clothing, Jewellery, Books, Gift Items- Anything you want!

  • Dilli HaatWant to get a real feel of rural India when on your trip to Delhi? Head to the beautifully done up environs of Delhi Haat. You will find here local handicrafts showcased by craftsmen from various states all over the country. Ranging from Punjabi jootis to Rajasthani Silver Jewellery, you can shop for colourful, fancy items as memorabilia and gifting options from here. Famous among travellers and residents alike, not only is this place a shopper’s favourite, it is also a foodie’s paradise as one can sample indigenous cuisines here from various states.

    Reach: Walking Distance from INA Metro Station on the Yellow Line.
    Shop: Handicrafts

  • DLF PromenadeIf you crave for mall hopping, get yourself to this mall complex as soon as you can. Flanked by Dlf Emporio and Ambience Mall, this place holds out shopping opportunities typical to every mall. Housing various international, luxury and designer labels, you can also grab a bite at the numerous restaurants here and polish it off with a dessert of your choice. Pick up funky, stylish and the latest designer wear from here and flaunt it back home!

    Reach: Near Chattarpur Metro Station, an autorickshaw will cost you about INR 40 from here.
    Shop: High end brands

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