- Have you ever heard of a bazaar having turnover way greater as compared to many reputed malls?
- If yes, We bet you have never been to Delhi!
For a shopping lover Delhi will be justified as a heaven on earth. This is the place where you can shop till you drop in the bazaar’s and shopping malls. Delhi’s bazaars offer every possible thing that money can buy from designer “Lehanga” of worth 10 lacs to “Used Footwears” of 50 rupees. Many varieties of a single product are available at eye-opening prices but the quality of goods fluctuates from market to market. Delhi consists of various markets situated in different areas and every market has its own distinct feature and semblance according to good they deal in. If one wants to shop Rajasthani printed sarees or a Bengali lungi or any other Indian state’s art and craft there are three Dilli Haats at INA, Pitampura and at Janakpuri. Some of the best places to go shopping specially for women are Connaught Place, Lajpat Nagar, South Extension market, Sarojini Nagar, Hauz Khas, GK-II and Chandni Chowk. Delhi is also endowed with having many of the famous markets in the world like Khari Baoli Market near Chandni Chowk is seen as Asia’s largest wholesale spice market where one can find any type of spice in many varieties. Kucha Mahajani near town hall is the largest market for the gold and silver ornaments. It is normal to see the Jhalliwalas carrying the silver bricks on their back and running in lines in this market. Although the Bazaar’s of Delhi draw more attention than any mall but today many of the ancient market have been renewed to be huge shopping complexes. Products sometimes are so cheap and good but no matter what you have to be a good bargainer while shopping in here and try not to show desperation of buying a product to its seller because this will lead to prise rise automatically. A Visit to any of the Bazaar will make your trip an unforgettable experience.