Delhi is considered to be a centre for shopping lovers as it provides wide range of gift able items and mementos.

The stores in these huge malls have something to offer to every person who comes to visit these stores. The varieties that can be purchased from these stores are the rich Indian handicrafts, international clothing brands, and national and international designer clothing’s under one roof. Many of the malls have stores that sell the handicrafts from almost all states on the country. The concept of mall has changed the pattern of shopping among the people of the city.

People or tourists visiting the northern part of the country consider Delhi as a hub for shopping. Few of the most known markets in the city of Delhi are Sheikh Sarai and Yusuf Sarai that have got their names from the medieval times. During the current times these markets have become an integral part of shopping hub in the city of Delhi. The city also large number of wholesale markets where on can shop at very reasonable prices. Visitors “To do” list when visiting the capital of India contains shopping at different markets that are spread all across the city.

The visitors can shop anything that they have in their minds while shopping in the city of Delhi. These wide ranges of products vary from handmade carpets, contemporary and traditional jewellery pieces, and genuine leather products like bags, jackets etc, and silver, copper and brass wares, many handicrafts that are exclusively prepared in different states of the country. The cost of these items varies into different ranges that majorly depend on the place of purchase and the quality of product. Each different market in the city offers different flavour to the visitors and hence each market place has its own importance. Few of the places to be named are CP, Chandni Chowk, Hauz Khas etc.

Shopping Etiquette

The people in the city of Delhi or in fact every part of the country is considered to be good bargainers.

It is considered by the shoppers that there is no harm in asking for a bargain price for the products that they are purchasing. But the concept of having mall also eventually brought the concept of fixed price since these malls have price marked on each item that is considered to be non-negotiable but when shopping in the local markets or street shopping bargaining can be largely considered.

Where to Shop

Main markets

  • Gandhi Nagar
  • Chandni Chowk
  • Lal Quarter Market
  • Hauz Khas
  • Dilli Haat
  • Green Park
  • Greater Kailash
  • Connaught Place
  • Lajpat Nagar
  • Nehru Place
  • Khan Market
  • Janpath
  • Sarojini Nagar
  • Tilak Nagar
  • South Extension
  • Vasant Kunj
  • Karol Bagh
  • Vasant Vihar
  • Kamla Nagar
  • Rohini
  • Rajouri Garden

Wholesale Markets

  • Shilling
  • Okhla Mandi
  • Chandni Chowk
  • Mehrauli
  • Khari Baoli
  • Bhajanpura
  • Ghanta Ghar
  • Sarojini Market

Delhi Malls

  • Eros Metro Mall
  • DLF Emporio
  • Ansal Plaza, Hudco Place
  • DLF Promenade, Vasant Kunj
  • Pacific Mall,Subhash Nagar
  • Metro Walk Mall, Rohini
  • D Mall, Rohini
  • EDM Anand vihar
  • Cross River Mall, Shahdara
  • Select Citywalk, Saket
  • North Square Mall, Pitampura
  • West Gate Mall
  • City Square
  • TDI Mall
  • TDI Paragon
  • V3S East Centre Mall
  • The India Mall
  • Vasant Square Mall
  • West Gate Mall

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