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Shopping

Lajpat Nagar
Among the most popular shopping hubs in Delhi, the Lajpat Nagar Central Market is one stop shopping area where you can find anything from accessories to clothes and from footwear to bags at reasonable rates.

Baba Kharak Singh Marg
The Emporia complex on Baba Kharak Singh Marh is a large market dedicated to Indian handicrafts. You can buy at Cauvery, the Karnataka emporium, Pashmina shawls at Zoon the Kashmir emporium and bronze lamps at the Tamil Nadu emporium

Santhushti Complex
Once the only place in Delhi to house designer labels, Santhushti offers what other places dont - lots of quiet and ample parking space. And ofcourse there are still home stores and clothe labels that you will not find elsewhere in the city such as Tulsi, Plus and others.

Palika Bazaar
An underground air-conditioned market the Palika Bazaar has hundreds of shops selling a variety of goods and if its cheap electronic goods you're looking for then this is the place to be.

Sarojini Market
Good Western clothes at throw away prices is what the Sarojini market offers. You find export quality products at reasonable rates here, though you have to be careful of the quality.

Janpath Market
The Janpath or the Tibetan market is a treasure house of little knick knack like trinkets, shawls, earings and brass antiques. It is a very popular among budget travelers and buyers of curios, garments and handicrafts. Opposite of the Janpath market is the Central Cottage Emporium.

Nature Bazaar
A joint venture of Delhi Tourism and DASTKAR am organization promoting Indian Crafts, Nature Bazaar helps promote age old crafts.

Kinari Bazaar  near Chandni chowk
The shopkeepers here trace back to the 17th century, where the royal ladies came here to shop. You get bridal lehangas, shervani suits, sarees, suits and any item to adorn a wedding is found in the numerous shops here. There is lots of rush here during festival times like Diwali, Raksha Bandhan etc

Chandni chowk
shoes, handbags, sarees, suits, embellishments for your dresses and more you get all you need here.

Chawri bazar
The best place to order wedding cards.

Meena Bazaar
Located near Jama Masjid buy bed linen, blankets, nuts, irons working on coal, goats being raised for sacrifice and more