Hauz Khas VillageHauz Khas shopping market is also known as the New York East Village of Delhi. This market was comprised of old houses which are now renovated adnd turned into air-conditioned showrooms. Hauz Khas comprises different shops, designer stores, and lounge bars. Kauz Khas is home to Indian arts, designs, and crafts. The most purchasable things in Hauz Khas are designer wear, jewelry, and Indian crafts.
Chandni ChowkIt is the oldest market in Delhi which has a great history from the Mughal period. This place is famous for its fabric clothes and pearls. Chandni Chowk is a historical place in Delhi and a tourist place since its proximity to Red Ford and Jama Masjid. The Daryaganji book market is open on only Sundays. Some of our favorite things of this area is the footwear, jewelry, and the clothes that are offered here.
Connaught PlaceAlso known as "the heart of Delhi", Connaught Place is one of the most famous and popular shopping destinations in Delhi. Many restaurants, skyscrapers, shopping destinations. This shopping zone area in Delhi is famous for its huge offering of national, local, and international brands. The famous collections of this shopping zone area are the traditional clothes, handicrafts, jewelry, and attire.
Greater KailashGreater Kailash is a residential area in South Delhi, comprising several neighborhoods and multiple markets. It is one of the most posh neighbourhoods of Delhi and is home to some of the most affluent families of Delhi. This place is divided into two zones, namely Parts 1 and 2, located around a section of the Outer Ring Road. It is sought after both in commercial and residential category. In 2009, Greater Kailash was rated as the safest place in Delhi by The Times of India, after 2008 serial blast took place in GK - 1, M-Block market.
Janpath MarketIt is one of the main roads in New Delhi. The market essentially is a long line of boutique stores selling products that are hard to find in the malls and multi-chain stores of the city. The long line of boutiques is a heaven for budget travellers and shoppers, buyers of handicrafts and garments, and for people interested in the local gastronomy.
Khan MarketIf you left Hauz Khas heavily armed with bags, Khan Market’s tasteful boutiques will certainly add to your haul. In here you will find elegant Indian-inspired fashion made from beautiful block-print fabrics, jewel-coloured scarfs, as well as artsy homeware, influenced by local arts and crafts.