Shopping In Delhi

If you are fond of eating, you will love this place.nbsp;Chandni Chowk and Chavdi Bazar are famous for street food.nbsp;This market is the center of trade, food and spices.nbsp;In this compact district you will find interesting people of Delhi and their business.nbsp;The lane of the paratha situated in Chandni Chowk and the chat of Natraj is quite famous.nbsp;You can easily reach Chawdi Bazar or Chandni Chowk Metro Station here.nbsp;This market is closed on Sunday.nbsp;The Pink Line, when fully operational, would connect Majlis Park and Shiv Vihar. The entire stretch from Majlis Park to Shiv Vihar is 58-kilometre long....

Located on the west side of Chandni Chowk, Khari Bawli is the Masala market of Old Delhi. It is Asia#039;s largest masala market. Here you can buy spices, dried fruit, nuts etc. of all things. Spices are brought here from various spice producing markets and then it is supplied in many markets of the country. This is a short distance from the Chandni Chowk Metro Station, so the metro is a good option here. Apart from Sunday, this market is open all day of the week...

Delhi Haat is an outdoor shopping plaza, where the vendors sell high quality Indian handicrafts in a friendly, safe environment. Here, there is a quiet, clean, organized and convenient environment for shopping in Chandni Chowk. Dilli Haat is known for its memento and handicrafts shop. Rajasthani Kulfi can be enjoyed for the vegetarian plate and sweets found here. By walking distance from INA Metro Station, you can go to Delhi. It is open daily from 10.30am to 10pm daily. Admission fee for adult is 30 rupees, 10 rupees for children and 100 rupees for foreigners....

The Hauz is originally known as Hauz-e-Alai. This historic campus is an ancient community of ruins, which include the mosque, various tombs and important water tanks made in earlier times. Around the entrance, Haus is an advanced outdoor shopping area filled with exclusive villages, boutique stores, high end restaurants and cafes. The easiest way to reach the Hauz Khas Complex is Delhi Metro Green Park Station, from which you can reach here by spending 20-30 rupees....

The Pink Line, when fully operational, would connect Majlis Park and Shiv Vihar. The entire stretch from Majlis Park to Shiv Vihar is 58-kilometre long....

There is innumerable places, delicious restaurants and underground shopping plaza of Palika Bazar for shopping in Connaught Place, which is called the heart of Delhi.nbsp;If you are fond of books, you will find book shops here.nbsp;Here you will find the showrooms of big companies too.nbsp;A pan shop located here is very popular, where you will find different types of paan food. From Rajiv Chowk Metro Station it can easily be reached from here.nbsp;The shops are open from around 10 to 11 a day....

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#039;s Causeway Bay. Khan Market is the most expensive. Connaught Place Second in the list is expensive destination....