5 Shopping hubs residing in Delhi’s heart

Delhi is called the heart of India and Delhi’s heart has a lots of food, good people and of course, the evergreen markets to offer. Delhi is not only famous for its chaats and sassy yet chic environment, it is also popular for its affordable yet trending markets. A person who is visiting Delhi for the first time can’t afford to miss the aura and spirit of Delhi’s markets.
So being true a Delhite, I bring to you some of the best flea markets and shopping hubs of Delhi. Let’s explore Delhi with its markets first:

1. Dilli Haat

This superbly huge shopping market in Delhi has been purposely made to feel and look like a usual yet traditional village market, called as haat. Small thatched roof cottages with village atmosphere and food from all over the country give it great vibes. The market offers a thrilling blend of handicrafts, food, and cultural and music performances.
Location: Opposite INA Market, south Delhi. Pitampura, north Delhi. Janakpuri, west Delhi. Nearest metro station is INA.
Opening Hours: Daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., including national holidays.

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2. Khan Market

Classy and posh, Khan Market is the favourite of the diplomatic community offering shopping with its branded outlets with interesting book shops. It can be disheartening to go to this market for a bargain lover but still it has got some excellent tailors and some great lounges with balconies overlooking the street somewhere hidden away.
Location: South New Delhi, not far from India Gate. Nearest metro station is Central Secretariat.
Opening Hours: Daily except Sundays.

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3. Chandni Chowk

The exquisite, oldest market of Delhi bound by some bylanes with loads of street food and rich heritage is a must stop for shopping. The lanes of Chandni Chowk are divided into bazaars with different areas having different but variety of things to be sold. Like for fabrics, head to Katra Neel. Bhagirath Palace area has a huge range of electronics. Dariba Kalan is Old Delhi’s ancient silver market.
Location: Old Delhi.Nearest metro station is Chandni Chowk.
Opening Hours: Daily except Sundays.

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4. Janpath and Tibetan Market

Janpath’s market is not actually a particular market like others, but a road or lane called Janpath market. It has almost everything for everyone. It has accessories, clothes and footwear from all over Tibet and India. One really needs to have good bargaining skills to get a decent price.
Location: Janpath, just off Connaught Place, in central New Delhi.Nearest metro station is Rajiv Chowk.
Opening Hours: Daily.

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5. Sarojini Nagar

This is also one of the most popular shopping markets of Delhi offering clothes, footwear and accessories at a really cheap rate. The market also promises to offer designer clothes of reputable brands that have been rejected from export, either because of surplus quantity or minor manufacturing defects.
Location: South West Delhi, near Safdarjung Airport.Nearest metro station is INA
Opening Hours: Daily except Mondays.

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So, these were some of the most popular yet attractive flea markets of Delhi. We couldn’t list all as there are many but we have tried our best to give you our best list. If you know any (which you must be knowing), please mention in the comments section below!

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