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5 Cheapest places to shop in Delhi for Girls!

Are you a shopping freak? you move with the fashion? if yes, then we have got the right places for you to shop. Delhi the national capital of India is popular not only for its colonial connection but also for the shopping extravaganza for shopaholics. From glitzy malls to old colonial markets to lane markets of specific areas to the renowned flea markets, Delhi offers something for everyone. Hence here’s a list of some of the illustrious markets of this city. We know that shopping from the mall eats up your pockets and who wants that? So here we have the 5 cheapest places to shop in Delhi:

1. SAROJNI NAGAR  –

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Sarojini Nagar Market located in the south Delhi. The market offers loads of stuff in terms of clothes, shoes, accessories among others at really affordable prices. Yes you need to haggle here as well, as the shopkeepers have hiked the prices deliberately to misguide the shoppers. Sarojini Nagar or SN, as it is fondly called by the locals, is the best market if you want designer clothes at inexpensive prices. From pillow covers to cute floral dresses to amazing junk jewelry in India you get all the stuff here and at a very pocket friendly rate.you just cannot miss this place as you get all the cool clothes and even bottoms, so what are you waiting for??

2. KAROL BAGH (Gaffar market) –

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If your loves for gadgets is strong? or do you want shoes? or maybe an amazing mobile accessory? or anything cool? this is the perfect place for you, trust me you should definitely go and try this place out. Popular for products like shoes, crockery especially chinaware, cosmetics, electronics and second hand mobile phones, Gaffar market is a shopping heaven for those who don’t care about the guarantee or warranty or even bills but want to stay ahead of the crowd. The key word here is ‘imported’ goods.

 

3. JAWALA HERI (PASCHIM VIHAR) –

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NEVER HEARD OF THIS PLACE? HAVE YOU? This place is in west Delhi, Paschim Vihar you get everything here from awesome street food to the dress material and the makeup stuff you need, do give this place a visit.

4.  CHANDANI CHOWK –

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This place is already well known but deserves a mention in our list, all those dreamy wedding lehengas,the sarees and those sherwanis are bought from here, this is the most amazing place for wedding shopping or if you are Looking for some good fabrics for your traditional Indian wear, or jewellery, or for just old world charm then head to one of the busiest market of Old Delh. Chandani Chowk is the Hindi name for Moonlit Square and is the epitome of palatial bungalows from the British era. The market is a perfect blend of bungalows that radiate old world charm and modern transport facilities that spell development.

5.  JANPATH (CONNAUGHT PLACE) –

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It is the most famous tourist spot for shopping in Delhi and there’s no doubt in that almost everything is available there, all the cool ethnic stuff can be bought from here those cool long jhumkas and the bangles that you need to match with your clothes are easily available there. Literally translated Janpath means people’s road, the market offers everything one can dream of at affordable price and is termed as a shopper’s delight because of the bargaining culture. Looking for some traditional lamps, jootis, or traditional hookahs, shell curtains, or anything unique? Then head to Janpath Market. Yes, you need to haggle a lot to bring down the prices and which have been normally hiked up by the shopkeepers. If you are a westerner, it would be good if you take a fair idea of the price before you venture out so that you do not end up feeling cheated.

 

We hope you find some new places to go shopping to, do let us know about your experience in the comment section.

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