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Monday, June 12, 2017

10 Best Shopping Markets in Delhi

Find best Shopping Markets in Delhi like: Chandni Chowk, Connaught Place, Janpath and Palika Bazar, Delhi Haat, Kamla Nagar, Delhi, Sarojini Nagar, Lajpat Nagar, Delhi, Khan Market, Delhi, Karol Bagh, Central Market, Lajpat Nagar etc.

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Chandni Chowk: 
Delhi. The journey of any person who is coming will not be complete till he goes to Chandni Chowk. It is a major center of wholesale trade of Delhi. In the olden times, the merchants of Turkey, China and Holland used to come here to trade. It was a major business center in the Mughal period. It was designed by Shah Jahan's daughter Jahra Begum. Here the streets are narrow. Therefore, it is advisable not to come here with a car.

Connaught Place
Connaught Place is Delhi's premier business center. Its name was named after the Duke of Connaught, a member of the Royal Family of Britain. This market was designed by DJ H Nicole and Tor Russell. This market was India's biggest market of its time. Even after 65 years of its establishment it is a major shopping center in Delhi. The Inner Circle has almost all international brand clothing showrooms, restaurants and bars. There are also book shops where you will find many good books giving information about India.

Janpath and Palika Bazar
 The refugees and Tibbans refugees who came here after the partition created this market by building their shops here. Here you will find cheap clothes but you should come for a price. Central Cottage Industries Emporium in Janpath. It is near Jawahar Bazar Bhawan, where goods of Indian handicrafts can be seen and purchased. Palika Bazar is an underground market. There are around 400 shops where clothes and electrical goods are available at low cost, but there is a lot to be paid here too.

Delhi Haat 
Delhi is located only a short distance from the Haat Ames. Come here and see the whole of India together. Here are shops displaying handpumps of various provinces of India. From the South Indian dishes to the far north east food stalls are also found here. Here cultural events are also organized from time to time. Here you can also enjoy dance and music.

Kamla Nagar, Delhi 
It is a residential and market area of ​​North Delhi. Here the University of Delhi is nearby. Kamla Nagar, Delhi is a residential area of ​​Delhi.

Sarojini Nagar 
Sarojini Nagar Bazar was made a local market for a large Sarojini Nagar government residential colony. This is the Colony Government Residential Colony, which was formed in the year 1950 in the junior officers of Central Government of India. By the year 1960, this area was known as Vinay Nagar. Later, the Chhars of Vinay Nagar were divided, Laxmibai Nagar in the north, Kidwai Nagar in the south - west, Sarojini Nagar in the east and Netaji Nagar in the west. It was named after the famous freedom fighter, Mrs. Sarojini Naidu.

Lajpat Nagar, Delhi 
Lajpat Nagar is a major area of south Delhi. There is also a large private residential colony, a government residential colony, as well as a big and famous market, which is popularly known as the Central Market. It is named in honor of the famous freedom fighter Mr. Lala Lajpat Rai. Lajpat Nagar, Delhi is also a bus stop coming on the ring route of Delhi.

Khan Market, Delhi 
This is a market of Delhi. It comes in the most expensive markets. It is also a proposed station of the Yellow Line branch of the South Expansion of the Delhi Metro Rail.

Karol Bagh 
Karol Bagh is a large market and residential area of West Delhi.

Central Market, Lajpat Nagar 
Talk about the market in Delhi and do not remember the name of the central market of Lajpat Nagar, it can not happen. This market is a paradise for buyers, from children, boys and girls to large-body goods. People from Noida, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, near Delhi, prefer to shop from here, because they are available from traditional Indian garment to western clothes, as well as designer bags and slippers.

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