Ikon Residency Hotel

D823, New Friends Colony, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110065, India
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shopping in Delhi

by rhetta

What are special items to bring back to the US for myself(female) and friends.

Re: shopping in Delhi

by smirnofforiginal

Well, there are clothes and accessories galore - traditional and western.
I had to tie my hands behind my back to stop me getting a huge, carved, wooden door shipped home for me - I failed to restrict myself from the window shutters though!!! I also ended up buying 22 ceramic, painted knobs on my first day and back packing around India with them! :-s
Shop shop shop - I am sure you will find no shortage of items to make you part with your cash!
Scarves make nice gifts - they are light weight, easy to fold, easy to carry and stunningly beautiful!

Re: shopping in Delhi

by lynnehamman

I suggest that you visit the Kashmiri market in Old Delhi (opposite the Red Fort) for unique items, of evey description. Delhi has so much choice for shopping, but most items can be bought anywhere else in India. The silks are beautiful, and I also liked the Indian Herbal Cosmetics, available at most pharmacies. The best name brand is "Himalaya'.
Kashmiri shawls are great, light and easy to transport.
Kurta -type shirts in lightweight cotton and a rainbow of colours.
Silver jewellery (also best from Silver Markets in Old Delhi)

Bargain hard and you will get good prices.

Re: shopping in Delhi

by WWFRanger

For ethnic Indian clothes - Fab India stores/Khadi Gramudyog Stores.These stores are all over India,besides clothes they have spices,herbs,teas,cosmetics.Overall interesting places which you must visit,you will get a lot of gifting ideas.Another must do is the State Emporia Complex at Delhi.

Re: shopping in Delhi

by NedHopkins

Dilli Haat is a bazaar with arts and crafts from all over India -- booths selling jewelry, clothes, paintings, just about anything you might want. It's fairly close to the center of Delhi and has a good sized food court with, again, specialties from various parts of the country. It's well worth a visit:


Re: shopping in Delhi

by robine

Central Cottage Industries Emporium is government-run, and offers a wide range of goods at fixed (and fair) prices. It's close to Connaught Place (ie very central).

Travel to India with an empty suitcase, for you'll soon fill it!

Re: shopping in Delhi


In Delhi you can find all over India handicraft, visit states empourims on Baba Kharak singh Marg and Central cottage emporiem Janpath road.

Travel Tips for Delhi

Monuments everywhere

by Rupanworld

While someone is visiting New Delhi, he/she should keep an eye around as Delhi is full of monuments from its glorious past. One comes across monuments on way to other monuments, some just lying beside the roads, unvisited, unknown. If you are curious, you might go in and see. Many of my tips have resulted from things that I just passed on my way and did not plan to visit and only later I came to know as I searched for those images on internet. This is very interesting. Here are pictures of some such monuments that I am still to know names of but which I crossed while on my way to someplace else. Amazing!!!

Raj Ghat

by Bjorgvin

Visit the Raj Ghat. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (1869-1948), byname Mahatma (“Great-Souled”), the father of the nation, was assassinated on January 30th 1948 soon after India attained its freedom. On the spot where he was cremated on the banks of the river Yamuna is the Raj Ghat, a simple square platform of black marble and eternal flame, surrounded by a garden. Gandhi´s last words are inscribed on this platform. The Gandhi Memorial Museum is just across the road. It houses many belongings of Gandhi and photographs from his life.

Delhi half marathon

by Rupanworld

The Delhi Half Marathon is said to be the World's Richest and Most Prestigious Half Marathon. Generally held during November, it is the build-up event to the 2010 New Delhi Commonwealth Games. It has been held for three years now and will continue till 2010. The popularity has increased over the years. In the first year, the number of people participating was 4000, which increased to 8000 the next year and in November 2008, the third year saw as many as 30,000 people from around the world. The distance covered is 21.097kms. The present prize money is USD 210,000 and the last year's winner was a runner from Ethiopia. Participants here range from students, players, actors and actresses, industrialists to senior citizens. Sports shoes

Dilli Haat

by diageva about Miscellaneous

handicrafts of hight quality. No one disturb you here and is a really nice place with the sky as ceiling.
Entrance 10 R.
Is open every day. Is one of my favorite places for shopping of Delhi, I went there 3 times and if I had been more days I would have gone more days ... everything is so good and of good prices, not as cheap as other markets but is just because the quality is higher. I bought paper figures, scarves, miniatures draws ... everything beautiful The money you take the money you will spend, specially if you are woman, you will find here textiles of wonderful work

Do it by taxi

by call_me_rhia

In Delhi there are all sorts of transportation available, except the metro - which is being under construction. Choices are varied: buses, auto-rickshaws and bycycle-rickshaws (especially in Old Delhi). However I learned my lesson well in Thailand, after a tuk-tuk crash, and - having no time to figure out the bus system and routes - I opted for a taxi: comfortable, quite... and safe from the city's pollution. They are very cheap too: about 500 rupees (10 euros) for four hours


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