The best markets in Delhi are where you can spend minimum money and fill shopping bags. The city is divided into two parts; one is old Delhi and New Delhi, the capital city of India since 1947. Besides, many attractive showrooms, fantastic shopping malls, well-known furniture and car markets in Delhi, following are the top budget-friendly market where you can enjoy shopping to your utmost satisfaction.
1. Janpath and Tibetan Market
This trendy and lively market has something for everyone. Here you’ll find goods from everywhere in India and Tibet. And it’s a great place to shop for things to take back home like handicrafts, hippy clothing, shoes, paintings, brassware, Indian artefacts, leatherwork, fragrances, and cheap jewellery. For someone like me who adores all of them, visiting this place was like heaven.
Nearest Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk Yellow line and blue line
2. Connaught Place and Palika Bazaar
The busiest of all the shopping places in Delhi is Connaught Place. Palika Bazaar is a fully air-conditioned underground market situated at Connaught Place, Delhi. Here you can buy clothes, jewellery, books, Indian handicraft items, electronic products and many more.
Nearest Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk Yellow line and Blueline
3. Khan Market
I would like to say that this is one of the classiest street markets of the region. You can find a few branded outlets, some street vendors and other exciting shops. This market is famous for Ayurvedic medicines, government shops, books, cosmetics, clothing and others. I visited this on Sunday but later had to revisit because it doesn’t open on that day.
Nearest Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk, Mandi House Yellow line
4. Sarojini Market
This is also a thriving market, famous for cheap articles. Sarojini Nagar market is open on all days, except on Mondays. Top things to buy here are designer clothes, fashion accessories, sweets and others.
Nearest Metro Station: INA yellow line
5. Chor Bazaar
One of India’s largest flea markets, Chor Bazaar is the perfect place to fossick for vintage wares and second-hand finds. Open on Sunday mornings; you’ll find antique clocks, analogue cameras, old books, wristwatches, leather shoes, woven rugs, garden tools many more things here.
Nearest Metro Station: Jama Masjid violet line, Chawri Bazar yellow line