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10 Best And Cheapest Markets For Shopping Addicts In Delhi.

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Well, all shopaholics, here are a few tips for you in choosing markets in Delhi. Delhi is an exciting place to shop with markets scattered all over different parts of the city. If you are unable to control your invincible urge for shopping and yet you are low on your budget, here are a few places that you must visit in Delhi.


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This market is, I think, ‘the most’ popular destination for shopping addicts In Delhi where you can get things at the cheapest price possible. Sarojini Nagar market is very easy to reach, it being situated near the Sarojini Nagar railway station. If you want to travel by metro, INA is the nearest metro station. You can take an auto from there and reach Sarojini. Sarojini is best for shopping clothes all the year round, whether you want summer or winter clothes. It provides you with variety, in easily affordable prices and if you are a shopaholic, you NEED to visit it.


Chandni Chowk, is one of the oldest markets of Delhi. You get out of the Chandni Chowk metro station and walk a bit, and there you are. Though one of the busiest and most crowded markets in Delhi, it is worth visiting. Chandni Chowk is the best place in Delhi to buy Indian outfits, whether it is sari for your college farewell party or anarkali suit or lehenga for a wedding.


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Now, this is a place in Delhi where you can get ethnic and exotic stuffs. INA is the nearest metro station to Dilli Haat. It’s a market where you can actually take pleasure in shopping. Once you enter the market, you are mesmerized by different colours and the vibrancy of different stalls. You will get a touch of ethnicity of different states of India in this market. Not just shopping but Dilli Haat is also known for its food, you can taste the food from different states of India in Dilli Haat along with shopping.


Lajpat Nagar
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Lajpat Nagar market is again known for its affordability and good quality. You can reach the market from lajpat nagar metro station. lajpat nagar is a small market and is worth visiting.


Now, if you are a student of Delhi University and you stay in North Campus, you surely know what Kamla Nagar means to you. From buying books to shopping clothes and exploring the eating joints, you visit it at least once a week. If not for anything else, you will enjoy just walking the roads with your friends in the market. This is a place to go shopping with your friends and enjoy.


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Janpath is another place for cheap shopping in Delhi. You can get variety of clothes in Janpath as per your choice. Visiting Janpath will give you a good shopping experience and it would be an addition to your shopaholic self. Rajiv Chowk is the nearest metro station to Janpath.


Karol Bagh is one of the most known and earliest markets for shopping in Delhi. It contains both shops as well as small outdoor temporary sellers selling clothes and other articles. You can reach this market from the Karol Bagh metro station.


Sadar Bazar
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Sadar Bazar is located in Old Delhi and is near Chandni Chowk. You can go there from the Chandni Chowk metro station. This market is best known as a wholesale market and if you need things in bulk, this is the place that you should visit. Although, the place is a bit crowded, you can ignore it considering the price at which you can get things.


This is the small underground market located just outside the Rajiv Chowk metro station. This is a place where you need to use your bargaining capacities and then you can enjoy shopping.

10. G.K:-

Greater Kailash market is another market where you can get good quality clothes . however, in terms of price, this market is slightly higher than the other markets. But, in terms of fashion and quality, it is very good.

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