Delhi is the favorite destination for shoppers or shopping lovers. Delhi has everything to offer to shop lovers such as traditional bazaars, street markets, and swanky malls. Street markets of Delhi are known to give a greater turnover than the malls.
Delhi offers a variety of shopping markets to different customers. Every person cannot afford shopping at high-class malls so they shop from street markets and bazaars. The quality of products varies depending on the market.
Janpath market (Tibetan market): This market is located in Connaught place (the city hub). Here you can see a string of shops across the road. It is the best shopping place for shoppers who love bargaining. Janpath market is popular for a range of clothes and footwear. You can buy exclusive imitation jewelry here. This market is open Monday to Saturday (10 am to 9 pm) and Sunday (11 am to 8 pm). You can buy artificial jewelry, footwear, western wear, paintings, antiques, handicrafts and leather products. The price range starts from Rs. 150 to Rs. 1500.
Karol bagh: Karol bagh market is famous for affordable ethnic apparel and traditional wear. This market offers a vibrant and attractive range of clothes. It has a range of electronics and books for gadget freaks and book needs. Karol bagh market is one of the oldest places of Delhi also called as shopper paradise. The market is closed on Monday and open Tuesday to Sunday (10 am to 8 pm). Here you can buy traditional and ethnic wear, bridal wear, cosmetics, electronics, books and gadgets. The price range starts from Rs. 500.
Lajpat Nagar market: this place is a delight for shopping lovers and also known as shopping heaven. This is the right place if you love traditional clothing. Here you can buy quality products at good discounts. Lajpat Nagar market full fill all needs of shoppers. Mehandi stalls are also a major attraction of this market. The market is open Tuesday to Sunday (10 am to 9 pm) and closed on Monday. You can buy, clothing items, accessories, bags, footwear, leatherwear, home décor, and furnishing items. The price range in this market starts from Rs. 500.
Paharganj market: it is the famous wholesale market in Delhi. This place is usually overcrowded. Paharganj market offers clothes and other items at wholesale prices and cheaper than other markets. You can also find plenty of foreign items here. The most crowds attracted by textile collection. It is the right place for bulk shopping desires. The market is open every day (11 am to 9 pm) except Monday. You can buy a variety of clothes, textiles, handicrafts, and books ranging from Rs. 350 onwards.
Sarojini Nagar market: this market is known as the cheapest market in Delhi. Here you can find a variety of items at the cheapest prices. It is the best place for extensive bargaining. Sarojini Nagar market offers a wide range of clothing (western, ethnic, traditional), accessories, footwear, bags, kitchen wear, household items, and electronic goods. The price range starts from Rs. 100 to Rs. 2000.
Chandni Chowk: Chandni Chowk is one of the oldest shopping places in Delhi. Shopping here is similar to experiencing the rich history of Delhi when you walk through shops places in narrow streets of the area. The shopping hubs of Chandni chowk include moti bazaar, Katra Neel, Bhagirathi palace, Chawri bazaar, dariba kalan, Nai Sadak and more. With shopping, you can also enjoy delicious street food. Chandni Chowk market it opens every day (10 am) except Sunday. You can buy bridal and non-bridal lehengas (starting Rs. 3000), embroidered bags, silk and cotton clothing, artificial jewelry, books, and electronics. The price range of products starts from Rs. 500 for Rs. 1500.
Palika bazaar: this place is known as another shopping hub in Delhi. This place offers a unique range of clothes and footwear to choose from. The bazaar plaza is a fancy and cheap destination to shop from. This market is air-conditioned. If you are a good bargainer you can do that here to steal the deals. This market is convenient to reach as it is near to Connaught Place. The market opens every day (10 am to 7 pm) except Monday. You can buy clothes, footwear, accessories, perfumes, electronics, and CDs.
Dilli Haat: it is a famous destination for handicrafts shopping. Basically it is a village market where the shops have thatched roofs with a rustic appeal. Here you can see amazing handicraft items lined on floors across the stalls. It offers plenty of products to choose from. This market also has beautiful pottery items for which you would love to invest. Dilli Haat market is open every day (11 am to 10 pm). Here you can buy handicrafts, artifacts, paintings, furniture, pottery, and fabrics. The price range of antiques starts from Rs. 1000 to Rs. 3000.
GK-M and N block market: this elite market has a vibrant fashion street with cool vibes. This market is famous for lifestyle stores and western clothing range. Here you will get a variety of apparel ranging from office wear to party wear. You can experience the best street shopping in Delhi here. It also has plenty of artificial jeweler shops. This market is closed on Tuesdays and open other days of the week (10 am to 9 pm). Here you can buy party, western and casual wear outfits, jewelry, cosmetics, footwear and lifestyle items. The price range starts from Rs. 1000.
Khan market: it is a high-end market that offers high-end brands. If you want you can also shop off-street retail shops. This market is more famous for tailor-made clothes as the tailor shops of this market are well appreciated. Here you will also find lifestyle stores and ayurvedic medicine shops. The market is closed on Sundays and open on other days (10 am to 11 pm). You can buy garments, cosmetics, lifestyle items, books, and medicines. The price range starts from Rs. 2000.
I have shared the list of best shopping places in Delhi where you can buy cheap to high-end products. You can also bargain to make great deals. Along with shopping, you can also enjoy delicious street foods. I hope it will help you choose the shopping place depending on your specific desires.