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Chandni Chowk
Chandni Chowk is the largest trading center of Delhi as well as India. The street of Chandni Chowk originally stretched from Lahore Gate of Red Fort to Fatehpuri Masjid.

Chandni Chowk those are popular for Katra Neel, the cloth bazaar offering all kinds of fabrics such as silks, satin, crepe, cotton and muslin and Bhagirath Palace, Asia's largest market for electrical goods, which also offers medical equipment and allopathic medicines. It is also famous as 'Chooriwali ki Haveli' or the Bangle Seller's Palace among the locals. Those who wish to have a feel of real life of Old Delhi must ride in 'cycle rickshaws' around Chandni Chowk.

Dilli Haat
Dilli Haat is a combination food plaza and craft bazaar located in the heart of Delhi. The DILLI HAAT provides the ambience of a traditional Rural Haat or village market, but one suited for more contemporary needs. It is famous for handicrafts, ethnic food and entertainment.

A wide variety of skillfully crafted handicrafts.

Connaught Place
Connaught Place appears to be a logically planned area, specific shops have become frustratingly hard to find due to the various one way streets and heavy traffic. One of Delhi's most popular shopping and business centers, was built in 1931.It comprises of two concentric circles with colonial style buildings surrounded by a park.

Greater Kailash
Geographically Greater Kailash (GK) has been divided into two zones, GK-I and GK-II. GK-II is costlier than GK-I in terms of land cost and is home for some of the richest people in India. In all, Greater Kailash is the most affluent area in Delhi. Greater Kailash caters to the contemporary youth culture by its first class bars and pubs. If you are interested in a more active participatory environment, then there are swanky clubs to enjoy yourself. The restaurants of Greater Kailash serve the most exquisite variety of food.

Lajpat Nagar
Lajpat Nagar falls amidst the two popular region of South Delhi - Greater Kailash and South Extension. It is one of the most popular commercial areas of South Delhi as it houses number of shops from branded to retails. You will find every kind of shop in this area.

Kamla Nagar
It is One of the major shopping centers in Delhi, the market is famous for popular brands of fashion clothes and also acts as a popular mix for college students.

Khan Market
Khan market in Delhi is very popular amongst diplomats living nearby. Although the market is small, it packs many good restaurants, book shops, tailors etc. in that space. Big Chill is popular, so is cafe turtle, there are few other cafes as well.

Markets in Delhi

Hauz Khas
Hauz Khas is one of the elitist South Delhi areas. Although Hauz Khas Village is not always kept in perfect condition, it houses exclusive boutiques and is home to several excellent restaurants, and is an expensive shopping district. It is surrounded by Safdarjung Enclave, Green Park, Deer Park, South Extension, and Greater Kailash. There are some of the India's most prestigious institute situated in the neighborhood including .Hauz Khas was a large reservoir built by Allauddin Khilji that was once the water catchments for the city.

Janpath
Janpath is basically a road that connects Connaught Place to Lodhi Garden. The most popular spot on this road is the Janpath market, which is a haven for budget travellers and for those preferring the hippie look. There are numerous silver and inexpensive jewellery stores and they are not only popular with the foreign visitors but also the local crowd. Hundreds of shops have been set on the side of the pavements, selling exotic ensembles and Indian artifacts and carpets. You must haggle on prices; it is a very fruitful tradition at Janpath. There are also many small cafes and restaurants strewn all over the area. Parking can be a problem. It is advisable to take a cab here.

Janakpuri
Janakpuri have at least one local market. Traditionally, the more popular markets in Janakpuri were the C-4-E market and the B-1 super market. Lately, however, "The District Center" (near the B-1 periphery) has become one of the most popular shopping centers in West Delhi. It is home to a theatre multiplex, multi-storied shopping cum office complexes, restaurants, book shops, gift stores, brand outlets, Food-courts, the transport authority and the telephone exchange. It is undoubtedly the commercial hub of West Delhi

Palika Bazaar
Palika Bazaar is another shopping attraction near CP. This underground shopping center offers a wide variety of textile, leather and electronic items at a reasonable price. But always be prepared for hard bargaining.

Karol Bagh (Open Tue-Sun)
Karol Bagh is yet another famous shopping complex in Delhi. Here you can shop for Indian clothes, jeweler and bridal wear and electronic items. The market is also famous for automobiles and auto parts.

The Central Cottage Industries Emporium (Open Mon-Sat)
The Emporium is located on Janpath and offers quality handicraft items from all over India. Be it ethnic furniture to clothes, to small gift items that could work as souvenirs, the Cottage Emporium has it all. Here, you can also shop for woodcarvings, brassware, paintings and textiles.

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