Well Delhi is famous for so many things that we couldn’t even imagine. From being an important connecting link to old and modern history to being beautiful proof of Mughal history ,from it’s mouth watering street food to shopping at very affordable rates, the long list of tourist attractions sometimes gives me nightmares but Dill walo ki Dilli offers almost everything! And today I’m going to tell you about some of the places that you should not miss at all. So here is a list of 5 places not to miss in Delhi!
SAROJINI NAGAR MARKET
So first of all let’s talk about clothes! And when it comes to shopping no matter how much you shop you’ll never be satisfied, and specially in case of girls! So in Sarojini Nagar market you can shop at very reasonable rates and you know what, you can also bargain! Here you can get all the latest and trendy collections at very reasonable prices. So if you are visiting Delhi for the first time and what to garb some trendy clothes and accessories or footwear then don’t forget to visit this market once. So go ahead and shop till you drop at Sarojini!
Nearest metro – INA
Market remain closed on Mondays.
Okay so this place Khari Baoli is a street in Delhi and is famous for its wholesale grocery and as Asia’s largest largest wholesale spice market selling all kinds of spices, nuts, herbs and food products like rice and tea. Well it is not only a wholesale spice market that benefits the locals but it is also a famous tourist destination in Old Delhi. So if you are a first timer in Delhi and is visiting Old Delhi the you should visit this market.Just imagine how wonderful it would be to see such large number of traders assembled together in a single baazar and trading the same thing yet in a very organized way!
Nearest Metro – Chandani chowk
BANGLE MARKET HANUMAN MANDIR
If you are a Delhite then you must have heard about the “Prachin hanuman mandir at CP.” But do you know that behind this famous Hanuman mandir is a famous bangle market where you can find colorful bangles, bindis of all sizes and colors, stoned tattoos and bunch of many more fancy hair accessories!
Nearest metro – Rajeev Chowk
Price: Starting at INR 30 for a dozen glass bangles, INR 20 for a packet of bindis
Timings: 7am – 8pm
DARYAGANJ BOOK MARKET
“Reading gives us someplace to go when we have to stay where we are.”
So this offbeat place in Delhi is specially for all the bibliophiles. First of all this Daryaganj Book market is open only on Sundays and make sure you reach by 9.30 a.m. so that you can get the best out of your visit here as after that you’ll have to deal with multitudes of crowd. The price is very right and yet if you are good at bargaining then you’ll be very happy with your haul! You can actually grab your favorite copy at a price as low as Rs. 10! There are other book stores apart from the street vendors like the “Big Book Bazaar” and “Mukta Book Agency”, where you will be able to buy books at a fixed rate per kilogram.
And yes one more thing this Sunday Book Market is more than 1 kilometre long, so be prepared to walk this distance!
Nearest Metro – Chandani Chowk and Chawri Bazzar.
Delhi haat is not just a market place it has been visualized as a showpiece of traditional Indian culture. This place is especially for women, the choices are infinite when it comes to jewelry and dresses from various parts of India. This is a fun place to go with your girl gang to shop and eat. It is a ticketed open-air market. There are foods and handicrafts from all the different states in India, so you can enjoy a variety of things all in one place!
Nearest Metro – INA ( Located opp. INA market).
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