Hotel Kabila

54 Naiwala, Karol Bagh, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110005, India
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shopping in delhi

by rachitagulati

hey...im coming to delhi in jan and need to do some shopping there...basically i need to buy a few pairs of well fittin but reasonable jeans...i ve heard 4m friends that sarojini nagar wud be good...but ve no idea where...is there some particular shops there that you ppl can suggest...or is there any other place also...

i hope you can help me out...
thanks a ton
rachita.

RE: shopping in delhi

by The_Heart_Of_Worship

Yes S. NAGAR nice , even Cannought place is nice one , i guess so ad u can get cheap one and there is no particular shop for u, are u that special?


or Miss world for who they have special or particular sjoaop, u are gonna buy a jeans not wrodl, so dont post such stupid Q

have nice time

RE: shopping in delhi

by Bimalaggarwal

I think I know what you are looking for.
I would say try Tibetan Market near Majnu Ka Tila. Good Jeans. Good Jackets. Nice Prices.
Other option would be to look for bargains in Janpath.

Sarogini Nagar Market and Lajpat Nagar Central Markets are also good places to shop.

RE: shopping in delhi

by sacs2k1

Goto Karol Bagh / Ajmal Khan Market

RE: shopping in delhi

by whatcanthisbe

The pklaces everyone has mentioned are good for cheap / inexpensive jeans and no trial rooms where you can try them on and in my opinion a woman looks great or very bad in great fitting or bad fitting jeans...
if you need more info shoot me an e-mail i know a couple of businesses who manufacture and export jeans for banana rep etc etc bmwnnjguy@gmail.com

RE: RE: shopping in delhi

by rachitagulati

excuse me..wat was dat about? i have not ever been shopping to delhi...dunno bout d place and have exactly 3 hrs in delhi...jus stopping there in transit...so wats wrong if i wanna find out where exactly or wat shops i can pick up stuff 4m so as not to waste d lil time i have? save ur sarcasm and *** for some1 and someplace else..

RE: RE: shopping in delhi

by rachitagulati

the above answer was for dat "heart of worship" or some guy wid a cheesy name like dat...rest of u...thanks a ton guys..

RE: RE: shopping in delhi

by whatcanthisbe

priceless !!!

RE: RE: shopping in delhi

by oisha

Now, if you have only 3 hours transit do you need somewhere close to the airport? Or are you meeting a train after your shopping? I have to say 3 hours is VERY TIGHT in Delhi. The traffic is terrible and the distances can be far.

From the airport, out of all the suggested shopping places, Sarojini Nagar or South Extension would be closest. At Sarojini Nagar the streets are lined with clothes stalls, like an open-air market, so there is no particular shop you need to look for.

On the other hand, if you need to get back to the airport, you might want to head to Gurgaon instead. They have some malls there, so it's not super cheap but it's like shopping in a mall anywhere ... you can try on the clothes and not need to bargain to get the right price. Shoppers Stop is there plus many of the foreign chains.

Happy shopping!

Travel Tips for New Delhi

Dehli - Market scenary

by Luchonda about Open Market

Most places in India are a scenary of overcrowded places - not difficult - so many people are living here.
So be aware and leave for India with this idea ! Nevertheless - it is fascinating to visit this places - a marketplace is most of the time a signature of culture - richness and behaviour ! Local food - handycrafts !

Last feast before flying home

by NYTim about Punjabi by Nature

In a very pleasant suburb of Delhi lies this amazingly great place to eat. The ambiance is quite mellow and the food so good. Some kind of mutton dish called meat Punjabi by Nature Yum yum drownedm guzzled and gulped -- with the meal - large bottles of Fosters Lager.

Near the Gate

by walterwu

The Gate of India is a new structure in the heart of New Delhi. On either side is a small water canal with pedal boat rents available and a water fountain in the centre of each canal.

The original Gate of India is in "old" Delhi and you should be able to see it when you are on your way to the Red Fort

Iron Pillar

by Rupanworld

There is an iron pillar at the Qutub complex. It is one of the remains from the original jain temple at the site which was destroyed by Qutub ud din Aibak for building the minar. It is one of the world’s most renown metallurgical curiosities. The pillar is 22 feet in height and weighs more than six tonnes. It was erected by Chandragupta II Vikramaditya around 400 AD. It belonged to the jain temple, but was left intact due to the popular belief that it brought good luck for anybody standing with back to the pillar and and the hands around it (if the hands met). The pillar is a matter of wonder. It has withstood the test of time by not getting rusted though standing in the open air. It proves the expertise of the ironsmiths of India even before 1600 years. The pillar is 98% wrought iron of pure quality. It is believed that the origin of the name of Delhi has something to do with this pillar.

The National Museum

by DaDrifter

The National Museum is one of the finest museums of India, and is perhaps the best place to get yourself acquainted with the rich artistic and cultural heritage of India. Over 200,000 exquisite works of art are on exhibit here, covering 5000 years of the rich cultural heritage of India. The picture shows one of the exhibits, a stone sculpture titled 'Scence of a Courtesan House' from the Kushan Period (2nd century AD).

The display galleries are spread over three floors. The galleries on the ground floor include artifacts excavated from the Indian sites of the Harappan civilisation (3000-1700 BC) and sculptures in stone, bronze and terracota dating from the 3rd century BC, through to the 19th century AD, covering all major regions and schools of art. The other galleries on the ground floor include a fascinating collection of Buddhist Arts, Miniature Paintings, Decorative Arts and Jewellery. The galleries on the first and second floor include Manuscripts, Non-Indian collections, Coins, Paintings, Textiles, Wood Carvings, Musical Instruments, Tribal Arts and Arms & Armour.

The museum is closed on Mondays. It is open from 10 am to 5 pm, Tuesday through Sunday. Don't forget to pick up a small brochure from the ticketing counter, it will help you find your way through the various gallaries.

Video cameras and Tripod stands are not permitted inside the premises. All visitors are required go through a security check before entering the museum.

Entry Fee : Rs. 10 for Indian citizens and Rs. 150 for others
Camera Fee : Rs. 20 for Indian citizens and Rs. 300 for others

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