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Gandhi Nagar

A commercial cum residential market area located in the Eastern part of Delhi towards Trans-Yamuna is the famous Gandhi Nagar.

Gandhi Nagar in the eastern part of Delhi has been named as the largest textile market in Asia that has a total of almost 12000 big and small shops that add hugely to the economy. The kind of material available in the shops of this market includes different kinds of fabric, readymade garments. This market is more a whole sale market rather than being a retail shopping market. This makes it possible to but any quantity of product from the market that varies from few meters to maximum of thousands of meters.

The different kinds of fabrics available in this market are silk, crepe, cotton and the suiting materials are available for sale. There are large numbers of people who get employment in this market since the amount and quantity of work is too much in this place. The traders swoop into this place from nearby cities and states very early in the morning to buy clothes on a whole sale range.

Gandhi Nagar being Asia’s largest textile market houses thousands of big and small shops both for whole sale and retail buyers.


This market also serves the purpose of source of revenue for uncountable number of people and also houses thousands of shoppers.

The other areas that touch the market of Gandhi Nagar are Seelampur, Krishna Nagar and Geeta Colony. The clothing’s that are majorly sold in the market of Gandhi Nagar whether it be running fabrics or ready made garments are most commonly sold in the markets of Japan. The market almost sees 3.4 lakh buyers from different part of nearby cities and states on regular basis and hence the streets of this market are seen flooded with people. The major community of people who are seen in this area are Islamic who are spread across eastern part of the Delhi.

The market also has suppliers of very much known brands like Challenge, Levis, Oxemberg, Spykar, Concept, Pepe, Cardiff, Lee Denims and brands for kids like Lilliput.


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