Travel and Shopping Paradise Called New Delhi
Delhi can rightly be called the shopping capital of India. The city has a lot to offer to the shopping buffs, owing to its rich historical and cultural diversity. This national capital is an ultimate shoppers' destination where one can find anything from traditional to contemporary items. Shopping seems to be an ultimate fun as nothing seems to be unavailable in the bustling markets of Delhi.
Delhi is a shopping paradise which offers a lot to lure buyers. There are shops dealing in traditional art and craft items, precious stones, pottery, brassware, woodworks. One who knows how to elbow his way into the busy markets and haggle with local vendors, can have an enjoyable shopping experience.
Delhi's oldest and traditional market lies at Chandni Chowk and Connaught Place. Chandni Chowk is a popular Mughal era market famous for its traditional ethnic wear and jewellery. It is the biggest wholesale suppliers market in Delhi. This market is famous for exclusive bridal wear lehengas. The market place is also famous for its local eateries, delectable chats and snacks.
Connaught Place was built during the British reign in India in the 1920's to promote trade and commerce in the imperial capital of Delhi. It is an important business and commercial centre in North India today.The entire place was built in the form of horse shoe for the convenience of traders and customers. The centre has an inner and an outer circle.
New trendy markets including Sarojini Nagar Lajpat Nagar, and Karol Bagh have emerged on the local shopping map of the city in recent times. Sarojini Nagar is a favorite pedestrian market amongst fashion conscious teenagers.It is the biggest market of export surplus goods where one can shop for international brands at very cheap prices.
Karol Bagh and Lajpat Nagar are famous market places where one can find goods ranging from antiques to the latest fashionable items. Besides this, there is South extension and Greater Kailash, known for their upscale shopping experience with major international brands available.
Dilli Haat, the modernized version of the rural Haat is situated close to the INA market. It is a one stop shop for just about everything. It houses handicraft items from various states across India. It is also famous for its delectable cuisines from every corner of India. Shopping at the haat is a truly traditional experience. It is the most delightful place for Indian handicraft admirers.
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