7 BUDGET-FRIENDLY SHOPPING MARKETS IN DELHI

Delhi is famous for its rich heritage, culture, cuisine and, last but not the least shopping. If you are in Delhi for a day or two, shopping should definitely be on your checklist. Delhi is not only the administrative capital of our country but is also becoming the fashion hub. If you are in search of in vogue fashion at a very reasonable price, then consider visiting these shopping markets in Delhi. We have compiled 8 shopping markets that will leave you with bundles of shopping bags at nominal rates. Read this to know the best shopping markets in Delhi :

1) Kamla Nagar Market
Kamla Nagar is located next to North Campus of the largest university in the city- Delhi University. It is popular among college students as a hangout spot. It is best known for its lively market. The market has latest fashion trends and mouth-watering street food delicacies to keep your stomach full while shopping. You can find shopkeepers sitting on both sides of the road selling a variety of trending attire. The price of tops, skirts, T-shirts starts at Rs 250/-. Apart from clothes, you can find fashionable footwear at very nominal rates.
It is closed during Mondays and the best time to visit the market is during evenings.
Nearest Metro Station: Delhi University
Nearby Places: Mirza Ghalib Tomb, Monta Park.


2) Lajpat Nagar Market

Lajpat Nagar is located in South Delhi district of the city, Delhi. Lajpat Nagar Market is an upscale market where you find a variety of good quality clothes, footwear, and accessories. This market is also known for traditional attire at nominal rates- bridal lehengas, salwar-kameez fabric, skilled embroidery fabric. The price range is a bit high in this market as compared to other markets but is worth in terms of quality and style. Here, you can find numerous boutiques for getting your clothes and fabrics perfectly stitched.
Lajpat Nagar Market is closed on Mondays.
Nearest Metro Station: Lajpat Nagar Metro Station ( Violet Line)
Nearby places: 3Cs Mall, Isckon Temple, Lotus Bahai Temple.

3) Chandni Chowk Market
It is one of the oldest markets of Delhi and is definitely the best place for traditional buy in terms of price and quality. Chandni Chowk Market is not only known for its cloth market, but also for delicious eating joints located at every corner of the market. Though the market is bit congested, the place is a paradise for to-be-brides for finding traditional bridal attire and accessories at very cheap rates. You can find here hawkers selling on the pavement, small shops, and the showrooms. The best part of Chandni Chowk Market is the nominal rates. You can also find lehengas on rent for a function at very considerable charges. Chandni Chowk is also known for Nai Sarak and Daryaganj Book Market which is a paradise for book lovers without spending much. Apart from the market, there are a lot of places nearby to visit- Red Fort, Rakab ganj Gurudwara, Diwan-i-Aam,Raj Ghat.
Chandni Chowk Market is closed on Sundays.
Nearest Metro Station: Chandni Chowk Metro Station ( Yellow Line)
Nearby places: Red Fort, Sisganj Sahib Gurudwara, Jama Masjid, Gali Paranthe Wali

4) Tilak Nagar Market
Tilak Nagar is located in West district of Delhi. Tilak Nagar Market is one of the best shopping areas in West Delhi which offers clothes, accessories, and footwear. It is a chaotic market, but you can find trending clothes, cosmetics, and other accessories at slash prices. Apart from clothes, Tilak Nagar is famous for bookstores, where you can find any school or college book. You can also sell them your old and unused books. You can rent books at considerable rates.
It is closed on Wednesdays.
Nearest Metro Station: Tilak Nagar Metro Station ( Blue Line)
Nearby places: Pacific Mall, District Centre Janakpuri, Unity One Mall

5) Janpath and Tibetan Market
It is located in the heart of the city- Connaught Place. Janpath is one of the best places for street shopping. Here you will find small shops on either side of the road. If you are a jewelry freak, you should definitely visit this place. You will find a lot of artificial jewelry studded with semi-precious stones. You need to have the patience for grabbing the best buy.
The Janpath Market is closed on Sundays.

Adjacent to Janpath Market is Tibetan Market, best known for Tibetan artifacts. Apart from the artifacts, you will also find stylish clothes, footwear, and jewelry at very pocket-friendly prices. This place is a huge hit among the young crowd of the city. Along with shopping, you can also munch on some delicious Tibetan cuisine such as Thukpa and Momos.
The Tibetan Market is closed on Mondays.
Nearest Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk Metro Station ( Blue Line)
Nearby places: Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, Jantar Mantar, Palika Bazaar, Madame Tussauds Delhi

6) Sarojini Nagar Market
Sarojini Nagar Market ranks top on the list of shopping buffs because Sarojini Nagar Market is a hub for everything a woman wants- clothes, cosmetics, jewelry, accessories, footwear and lots more. There are hawkers to showrooms for everything you need to buy. You are the ones who prefer cheap buy, hawkers located in Sarojini Nagar provide you with great variety. Tops as cheap as Rs.100 can be found here and the price range of Sarojini Nagar market makes it very popular among the students and office-goers. You have to be cautious while buying cosmetics because generally, hawkers sell fake beauty products with brand logos of big giants. You will find a good variety for feasting as there are a lot of famous eating joints located in the vicinity. The market is closed on Mondays.
Nearest Metro Station: INA Metro Station (Yellow Line)
Nearby places: Hauz Khas Village, Delhi Haat, DLF South Square Mall, Lodi Gardens.

7) Jwala Heri Market
It is located in South-West district of Delhi. Jwala Heri Market is located in Paschim Vihar area, located at just 1.5 kilometer from Paschim Vihar Metro Station.It will cost you Rs 10/- from the metro station if you take a rickshaw. Jwala Heri Market is popular among the West Delhi crowd but is gradually attracting shoppers from all parts of the city. Jwala Heri Market is best known for its electronic gadget. The best part of this market is sanitation. The market is relatively cleaner than the other markets. Jwala Heri Market provides you with a variety of options in clothing, footwear, jewelry, accessories, cosmetics. The prices of items are very budget-friendly which does not a weight on your wallet. Jwala Heri Market is also known for its famous hennawallahs. Here you will find a lot of women sitting on sides of pavements getting henna applied. There are a lot of big brand showrooms near buy such as Woodland, RichLook, Biba, if you are brand conscious. Here, you will find more small street food shops, but it is any day better than feasting at big eating joint. You will find famous Deep Bombay Sev Puri, Moong Dal Kachoris, Momos and other street foods.
The market is closed on Wednesdays and the best time to visit is during the evening.
Nearest metro station: Paschim Vihar West
Nearby places: Central Market, Radisson Blu Hotel.

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