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What To Buy In Delhi

Delhi is not only popular for day to day commodities but also for special items which are found in various states of the country. These items are exclusive to the place and acquiring them is dream come true for every visitor.

Delhi gives an excellent opportunity for people who love shopping. The diversity and multiple options in shopping give a clear satisfaction and contentment. Visitors reaching the city from both within and outside the country have a pleasurable shopping experience in Delhi. They rejoice the shopping of potteries, handicrafts, jewelleries, carpets and garments. The three major shopping spots in Delhi are the Karol Bagh, Connaught Place and Chandni Chowk markets.

In order to get the maximum out of your shopping experience, visit Karol Bagh for various types of garments and clothes. This is one of the largest cloth markets in the country which provides spun cloth to dyed readymade garments. Some of the excellent collections of traditional bridal wears, Sherwani and Jodhpuri attires are available here. One thing that is to be kept in mind while buying these items are that these attires are rely heavy due to the heavy embroidery works. The traditional saris like Banarasi Silk, Bandini, Pochampally, Gadwal and Kanchi are also available in these markets.  Delhi is the house of Khadi and visit of Delhi is incomplete without purchasing some of the Khadi items. For the best Khadi products, Government Khadi emporium located at Regal building near Connaught Palace is an ideal choice.

For people interested in buying antiques, the shops situated in and around Dariba Kalan are very popular. These shops offer authentic, reliable statues and silverwares. Astadhatu statues are very popular and little bit expensive also. But they can remain as good possessions and collections. In case your budget does not permit you to buy these expensive items, then you can remain contented with the purchase of wood antiques and silver wares.  The other popular items are bangles and shoes with embroidery. The hot surprise in waiting is the HMV Gramophone built in the year 1920. Then you have bangles in the Dariba Kalan and embroidered shoes in Ballimaran. These are a must buy.

People interested to purchase Handicrafts have ample of shopping areas in Delhi. However, the best place would be the dozens of shops in and around Connaught Place called the state emporium. These emporiums are very popular and provide the real authentic handicrafts of each state at a reasonable price. Another surprising fact of these emporiums is that the profit earned is utilised for the welfare of the craftsmen. The other popular choice for purchase of handicrafts is the Delhi Haat provided you are good bargainers.

Sunday closed Complexes : Yashwant Place, Sunder Nagar, Chandni Chowk, Connaught Place, Janpath, Nehru Place, Malcha Marg, Marg, Sadar Bazar, Baba Kharak Singh Jor Bagh, Khan Market and Sadar Bazaar.

Monday closed Complexes: Karol Bagh, Defence Colony, South Extension, Lajpat Nagar Jangpura, INA Market and Sarojini Nagar.

Complexes closed on Tuesdays:, Greater Kailash, Green Park, Yusuf Sarai, Vasant Vihar, , Safdarjung Enclave, Hauz Khas and Shahdara.

It would be an excellent idea to shop in Delhi especially when you are interested to get items of Indian culture and tradition. Shopping in Delhi will give a delightful experience.


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