Khan market is a small but a popular shopping area in Delhi. Khan Market is the 21st most expensive retail high street in the whole world. It is left behind Hong Kong's Causeway Bay. The world's most expensive retail destinations in the list of 65 Avenue des Champs in Paris and London's New Bond Street Ilisis third, fourth and fifth Sydney's Pitt Street Mall.
The first three places in the ranking of India's retail market in New Delhi. Khan Market is the most expensive. Connaught Place Second in the list is expensive destination. The annual increase of 4 percent in rents in Connaught plate. South Extension Delhi jointly Nri third place and the Linking Road in Mumbai.
It is a U-shaped,double-storey market complex establish market. Khan market is also known food point.
Here You can find variety of shops ranging from bookshops to Ethnic garments shop, from shops selling household appliances to sports wear and pet shops can be found here. It is totally surround with shops, best boutiques and top class lifestyle stores for shopping centers,and branded cloths showrooms. Here are you can enjoy delicious famous recipes of Delhi at cafe ,street food corners and restaurants.
You will find excellent book shops, up-market boutiques, opticians, grocers, tailors, brand showrooms, lifestyle stores, etc here. Khan Market is named in honor of Khan Abdul Jabbar Khan, brother of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan, by the first traders who set up shops in the market and Now Today it has grown and most expensive commercial real estate locations in the city. It is serviced by the Khan Market underground station of the Delhi Metro (Violet Line), which lies in front of the colonial-era Ambassador Hotel (now Taj Vivanta). Khan Market is almost in the heart of the city, close to India Gate. It is surrounded by residential complexes — government owned and private — including Golf Links, Lodhi Estate, Shahjahan Road, Pandara Road, Rabindra Nagar and Sujan Singh Park.