Located on the west side of Chandni Chowk, Khari Bawli is the Masala market of Old Delhi. It is Asias 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.
Spices have a special role in Indian cuisine. If you want, take the name of any dish of India, shame in all the dishes cannot come without spices. Obviously, in such a situation, we buy spices a lot. But what if the spices used in everyday life are available at a very low price.
You must have visited many markets from cloth market to fruits, vegetables till now. But today in this article we are telling you about the market of such spices in India where the cheapest spices are available in the whole of Asia. Delhi's Khari Baoli is Asia's largest spice market and its journey to fame has been an interesting one. The place came into existence in the 17th century during the Mughal era. Baoli literally means a well, and is the brine of 'Khari' or 'Khara', from which Khari Baoli means well of salty water. However, the present situation of Khari Baoli is quite the opposite. The area of Khari Baoli has now turned into a treasure trove of spices.
The story of this market of cheap spices is also very interesting. Built in the 17th century, this market was very famous even during the Mughal era. At that time traders from countries like Bhutan, Afghanistan, Pakistan used to reach this market to buy spices.
These markets are such shops, the people who run these shops have been running these shops for generations. These markets are known for selling whole red chilies, powdered red chilies, cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, turmeric powder, black salt, cumin, garlic, big cardamom. Here every spice is available at the rate of kilo. Along with this, many types of pulses are also sold here. This market is in the capital of the country, Delhi, whose name is 'Khari Baoli' Market. Many types of herbs are also available in this market. Along with this, all types of dry fruits are also available in this market.
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Located on the west side of Chandni Chowk, Khari Bawli is the Masala market of Old Delhi. It is Asias largest masala market. Here you can buy spices, dried fruit,
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