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    Chandni Chowk, the market of Old Delhi: Chandni Chowk, the market of Old Delhi

    by schlumpf Written Jan 11, 2005

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    Different then the market in Connaught Palace of New Delhi, as that one is the touristic one, the market in Old Delhi in Chandni Chowk, is the real market, with small streets, fullfilled of people (and cows of course!) where you will be able to find all you need from forcs, dishes, shampoo, food and so on.
    Is also a pretty amazing axperience!

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    Connaught Palace with his markets: Connaught Palace with his markets

    by schlumpf Written Jan 11, 2005

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    Near Connaught Palace there are few interesting markets, i.e. the tibetean market and the Silk market, where you will be able to buy whatever sold and produced in India, (or imported from Nepal and Tibet), sometimes also cheeper then in Nepal too!
    The MUST, clearly is to bargain, and a LOT!

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    Dilli Haat

    by keeweechic Written Jul 31, 2006

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    My dear friend VT ‘DaDrifter’ kindly offered to show me a little of his city. I had very limited time unfortunately but he decided this was the place to see some of the amazing crafts of India.. he was right. Dilli Haat is an upmarket styled crafts bazaar whose stalls represent all states of India in crafts.

    Open from 1100 hrs. to 2200 hrs 7 days.

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    Karol Bagh

    by keeweechic Written Jul 29, 2006

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    The area of Karol Bagh is in west-central Delhi and known more as a shopping area. Centred around Ajmal Khan Road, this district is mainly known for shoes and clothes but also has Cheap Silk Stores, Punjab Sweets and Roshan da Kulfi (supposed to be one of the oldest and best kulfi places in Delhi). There are a few old mosques scattered throughout some of the smaller streets. On Mondays, you will find one of the largest street markets in Delhi although there are stalls around on the pavements during the rest of the week days as well.

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    All Of India Crafts In One Place

    by keeweechic Written Jul 31, 2006

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    This seems to be the best place to see the widest variety and best of India’s fabulous crafts without having to wander too far. The market is wheelchair friendly which is not that common in India. The market tries to promote India’s handicrafts for reasonable prices amongst its 60 stalls. There are also some 25 stalls offering regional foods. It was a fabulous experience if not a little overwhelming with so much to see and take in and end up dumbfounded at what to buy. Thank you Arun for the great experience and knowledgeable conversation – not to mention laughs.

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    Spice Market

    by Willettsworld Updated Mar 17, 2007

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    Old Delhi's spice market is said to be the largest in Asia. There are dozens of stalls and shops lining the main street of Khari Baoli with sacks full of nuts and spices spilling over onto the all ready crowded pavement and even on the roads. The atmosphere in the area is extremely hectic with everyone doing their own thing by whatever means they can. Gadodia Market, which lies just south of Khari Baoli, is a spice wholesaler's storage area. The entrance is through a covered arcade that directly takes visitors into a small courtyard lined with storerooms with giant-sized old-fashioned weighing scales, loading, carrying or unloading of huge sacks of items from manual trolleys. Built by Seth Lakshmi Narayan Gadodia in the early 20th century, the first thing you do when you enter is sneeze as the smell and dust gets right up your nose! Even the locals were doing it!

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    Fabindia

    by keeweechic Written Jul 31, 2006

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    Another excellent choice by ‘DaDrifter’ .. does this know where women would like to shop or what. From Dilli Haat we zoomed around the streets of Delhi to Greater Kailashi to this store which was the first location of this chain store. Their products are sourced from all over India. They sell everything from traditional Indian clothing to the more modern style, home products, fabrics and accessories. Arun did a great job of fossicking through the racks and shelves to try and find what I like in my size.. mostly I was out of luck though. Such great patience while I also did the ‘trying on’ bit. I did however settle on a fairly plain Kurta in the hope of later finding a more colourful trousers later on. You must choose carefully as they say they do not permit exchanges.

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    Chandni Chowk

    by keeweechic Written Jul 31, 2006

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    Chandni Chowk is known as the Moonlight Bazaar. Located north of Connaught Place by about 6 kms. This was an ancient Mughal market in the old city, crowded and busy and full of craftsmen, cobblers, rickshaws, fortune-teller and shoppers. Down narrow lanes there are colourful stores of materials and silks and jewellery. These old bazaars still seem to retain a souk-like characteristic.

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    Value Mart: Good quality clothes at reasonable prices

    by vpas Written Sep 8, 2009

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    This shop has a very good range of clothes.the kurtas are beautiful and the styling is good.the stitching is good and the quality is very good.the price is truly reasonable considering the quality.the price maybe more than what you will find on pavements,but the quality is much better.

    What to buy: Kurtas,kurtis,salwar suits,dupattas,churidhars and mix and match items.

    What to pay: the prices are fixed and it is reasonable.YOu will get kurtas for Rs.275 and above.

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    Delhi Haat: ethnic shopping from all over india

    by vpas Written Sep 8, 2009

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    You will find the ambience of this place very relaxing.It is like a village setting.the rows of shops have merchandise from all over india.you need to bargain here.
    the range is mind boggling.you will find something from every part of India!
    The best part of shopping here is that you can have a great meal for a very reasonable price.You get authentic cuisines from all over India.the taste is great and the price truly unbelievable.
    There is an entry fee of Rs.15.

    What to buy: Clothes,jewellery,paintings,sculpture,wood work,masks,bags,fabric,fancy items,bedspeads,mugs,crockery,cutlery etc..

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    various shops: Sunder Nagar

    by travelmad478 Written Aug 16, 2003

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    The Sunder Nagar neighborhood, in South Delhi very near the Oberoi Hotel, is a great place to do some upscale shopping for art and antiques. The stores surround a central plaza easily accessible from the road that leads from the center of town to Humayun's Tomb. If you get exhausted from spending all that money, take a seat at one of the outdoor cafes for a meal. Or zip into the fantastic bake-shop on the northwest corner of the plaza for a delicious, tooth-destroying Indian sweet.

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    A Rotating Market

    by keeweechic Written Jul 31, 2006

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    The name haat means an informal weekend market or bazaar which is held around the country areas in India. Dilli Haat in Delhi is very much a transient market. All the ownership of the handicraft stalls are rotated on a fortnightly basis so you will always find a different array of goods to view and purchase. You will find items such as Pashmina shawls and carpets from Kashmir is enamel meenakari brassware from Rajasthan, beautiful silk from Varanasi to name just a few.

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    Central Cottage Industries Emporium

    by keeweechic Written Jul 31, 2006

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    This company was mentioned as being reputable and having good quality goods and there was no need to worry about purchasing here. That may be the case at times but definitely not in all. I know of an purchase of a carpet which in the store scattered amongst many others looked fine in proportion and the design was certainly lovely. Away from the store and back in the home country in a normal situation there were very clear indication that this carpet had been made by weavers with clearly two different tensions and the measurement of the rug was 3” out down one end which was very noticeable on its own. Months of discussion went on through local offices and the store who gave assurances of excellent quality of their craftsmen and customer satisfaction but did nothing about the con job they clearly pulled. So I would just say, just because these more expensive stores seem to be reputable, clearly not all are and are still able to get by with selling inferior quality goods at expensive prices. You might be better off at the little roadside store. Very much a case of BUYER BEWARE and check the measurements of what you are getting or being told.

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    Pahar Ganj: All sorts!

    by Willettsworld Updated Mar 14, 2007

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    The Main Bazaar in Pahar Ganj is lined with small shops selling everything from cheap tacky souvenirs to musical instruments. If you’re staying in the area then its an ideal place on your doorstep to do some shopping. There are many shoe shops where I bought a pair of nice black leather shoes for Rs750 (there’s loads cheaper for about Rs350), tacky souvenir shops, clothes shops etc. If you’re after souvenirs then this is the place to come to.

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    Palika Bazar: Get all the Stuff underground at Connaught Place

    by goutammitra Written Sep 3, 2011

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    Now a days the mega city of Delhi has many shopping malls where you can buy almost everything. But 20 years back, it was surely a hip place in Delhi. It was constructed underground at Delhi's most happening place called Connaught Place or CP. It used to be famous for fancy good and fashionable clothes!

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