It is known for its collection of some very awesome street markets. The capital of India definitely has the best street shopping experience which include places like :
2. LAJPAT NAGAR
the famous Central Market is the most popular market in South Delhi with fashionable western and traditional clothes plus trendy jewellery too. This place is always crowded with people looking to shop till they drop as there are hell lotta options available from personal shopping to decoratives…you name it and Lajpat Nagar has it.
3. SAROJINI NAGAR
is a gem for shopaholics as you get to shop for everything in trend and believe you me…at throwaway prices. College goers and teenagers consider it as their hermitage as they usually shop from there on weekends.
4. TIBETAN MARKET
this place will offer you amazing handicrafts and statues to shop for and when you are done with shopping don’t forget to satisfy your taste buds with sumptuous tibetan food.
a tourist’s paradise as it is one of the oldest markets in Delhi and also popular among people who are in the habit of collecting artefacts. Janpath market has clothes, shoes, scarves, bags, jewellery at cheap prices and to your surprise everything is in abundance.
The city of concrete and dreams is definitely a shoppers delight with markets like :
7. LINKING ROAD
in Bandra is a shopping hub for latest clothes, shoes, etc. all sold at unbelievably low prices.
8. HILL ROAD
this market is also in Bandra bustling with shoppers buying stuff from sellers on the footpaths selling the best stuff.
9. FASHION STREET
it lives upto its name as there is an entire street with dedicated fashion, everything sold here is in topmost trend and popular among teenagers
10. COLABA CAUSEWAY
this place gives you a carnival like feel as there is nothing you can’t buy from here. Handicrafts, clothes, shoes, jewellery, accessories, you get whatever you ask for.
If you want to shop in Chennai but at low prices then T Nagar is the place you should put in your google maps. This place will give you the best at the lowest. The branded clothes, silk sarees, bangles, everything is there and at unbelievable prices. This place has some amazing deals to offer and during festivals those deals are on everybody’s watchlist. When you are done with T Nagar your next stop should be Parry’s Corner, this is one of the oldest and the most popular market of Chennai with amazing clothes, shoes and accessories to shop for.
The Pink City which is famous for its royalty and monuments is also a boon in disguise for people looking to shop for gemstones, precious and semi precious jewellery, the market famous for this kind of shopping is Johari Bazaar with jewellers selling their products and jewellery even to the Royals of Rajasthan. When you are done shopping jewellery then don’t forget to shop the traditional Rajasthani costumes and ‘juttis’ from Nehru Bazaar and the famous Bapu Bazaar.
If you searching for the traditional woven textiles then head to Gariahat Road which will fulfil your need for Banarasi Silk or a Kantha stitch. College Street should be your to go to destination if you are in search for books and novels. Your hunt for good bargain ends at New Market where vendors have around 2000 stalls.