Markets around Chandni chowk Delhi


Janpath Market in New Delhi

 

 

Janpath Delhi

 


Janpath Market
is located opposite the famous Connaught Place, New Delhi. Iss is ideal to buy the latest fashion products and prices. This is a place in the capital, where you can find more foreign buyers to buyers in India. There are a number of exhibition space in the market. However, the shopping street in January, New Delhi is preferable to apply a series of resolutions that were there. Neither the small cafes and restaurants. So, visit this site unless you purchase at least see the amazing things you get here.

Some of the most popular items at Janpath market are:

Janpath Delhi shops
 Ethnic dresses

 Daily-wear Clothing

 Leather Footwear 

 Indian artifacts and Carpets

 CDs and DVDs

 Furniture Decorative Items



 


 

Kamlanagar Market in Delhi

 

 

kamla-nagar

 

 

Kamla Nagar is located near the Delhi University and is home to the number of design showrooms, and dining in the corners. Domino's and McDonald's are the two primary food joints in Kamla Nagar market. Showroom and Kamla Nagar boasts of clothing and the latest trend. Catering to the fashion conscious students fraternity Kamla Nagar Delhi stores is a real choice of an enviable collection of garments. Although some of the clothes belong to national brands, while others are international trademarks. People who Kamla Nagar market is often found in different groups of students around the local shops. Favorite chill-out destination for students of Delhi, Kamla Nagar market will provide a vibrant, young as buyers.


Since the easy availability of clothing and fashion accessories for many students coming to study in self-catering near Kamla Nagar Delhi. This has further increased the popularity of Kamla Nagar market is many times higher. Today, many shops in Delhi, Kamla Nagar calculated from a major city where most students are comfortable spending time with friends.



 

Khan Market in Delhi

 

 

Khan Market Delhi

 

 

Khan Market, located in south Delhi, is one of the most exclusive markets and smart capital. Surrounded by green gardens of Lodi, is a very expensive market and is aimed primarily at high-end customers. The diplomatic community living in areas near major comprises consumers who are often the shops in Khan Market in Delhi. The market offers a wide range of exhibition halls, which have a wide variety of choices. Some of the best known brands such as Reebok, Nike, Benetton and Adidas, have their outlets in the Khan Market, located in the capital city of India. Other stores are books, electronics, kitchen, etc. Then you have a number of cafes, as Barista, Caf´┐Ż Coffee turtle and the market, plus many excellent restaurants.People go to market not only for shopping but also to taste some of the most delicious dishes. Although the price range is pretty high, and service quality is also very good.


 

Chandnichowk has historical markets! Nai Sarak, Kirani Bazaar. Here is Chandnichowk shopping guide

Khari Bawli  in Delhi

 

 

Khari_Baoli_area,_Old_Delhi

 

Khari Baoli is the largest Asian market for spices in bulk. He can be reached by Khari Baoli Road (west) after crossing the Fatehpuri mosque in the west end of the main street of Chandni Chowk. It was during the reign of Shah Jahan as Khari Baoli, (went well) was built next to a fortified gate at its western end, known as the Lahori Gate. The bridge is named after a road through it leads to the city of Lahore, now in Pakistan. However, today there is no trace of the Baoli or gateway here.

 

Today, Khari Baoli Street is a market full of shops on both sides selling spices, dried fruits and herbs. The visitor will be a unique experience to see the total market process of loading, transporting and unloading large bags of hand trucks products, merchants trading with customers, clients choose from a large number of components and tired workers rest and talk out loud. The overall appearance seems to be very chaotic, but is actually very well done, if you keep in mind that this large number of exchanges of small objects are made daily.

 

 

Location: On the Khari Baoli Road after crossing the Fatehpuri Masjid on the western end of the main Chandni Chowk Road.

 

Famous as: Asia's largest wholesale spice market

 

Open: On all days, except on Sunday

 

Preferred timings: 11.30 am to 6.00 pm

 

Admission: Free and open to all.

 

How to Reach: Tourists can either take local buses from various points within the city to reach this market, or they can hire auto-rickshaws, taxis and metro rail.

 

Photography charges: nil

 

Nearest Railway Station: Old Delhi Railway Station

 

Nearest Metro Station: Delhi Main

 

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Khari Bawli  in Delhi

 

 

Khari_Baoli_area,_Old_Delhi

 

 

Khari Baoli is the Asia's largest wholesale spice market. It can be reached by taking the Khari Baoli road (towards western direction) after crossing the Fatehpuri Masjid on the western end of the main Chandni Chowk Road.

It was during Shah Jahan's reign that the Khari Baoli, (the stepped well) was constructed along with a fortified gateway on its western end popularly known as Lahori Gate. The gateway was so named because a road through it led to the city of Lahore now in Pakistan. However, today there is no trace of either the Baoli or the gateway here.

 

At present, the street of Khari Baoli has a congested and busy market with shops on both sides selling spices, nuts and herbs. The visitor will have a unique experience here viewing the whole process of market of loading, carrying or unloading of huge sacks of items from manual trolleys, shopkeepers busy in dealing with the customers, customers selecting large quantities of items and weary laborers resting and chatting aloud. The overall appearance seems to be very chaotic but in reality it is very well managed if kept in consideration the fact that such a large amount of trading of small items are carried out daily.

Location: On the Khari Baoli Road after crossing the Fatehpuri Masjid on the western end of the main Chandni Chowk Road.

 

Famous as: Asia's largest wholesale spice market

 

Open: On all days, except on Sunday

 

Preferred timings: 11.30 am to 6.00 pm

 

Admission: Free and open to all.

 

How to Reach: Tourists can either take local buses from various points within the city to reach this market, or they can hire auto-rickshaws, taxis and metro rail.

 

Photography charges: nil

 

Nearest Railway Station: Old Delhi Railway Station

 

Nearest Metro Station: Delhi Main