Shopping in Delhi
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Delhi has been, since historical times, remained a favoured destination for shoppers. From traditional bazaars to modern-day swanky malls, Delhi has everything to offer to a customer. Delhi's street markets are reported to provide a greater turnover as compared to malls. Since not everyone can afford to shop at malls or branded stores, most residents swear by the street markets. The quality of goods varies from market to market.
Below is a list of famous shopping markets and malls in and around Delhi.
- Connaught Place, including Janpath and Palika Bazaar.
- Chandni Chowk - A market running since the 17th century.
- Karol Bagh
- Sarojini Nagar
- Khan Market - Most expensive retail location in India, in terms of per sq feet rental.
- Lajpat Nagar
- Dilli Haat, INA and Pitampura - Government-run emporiums showcasing a rotating cast of regional artists and their crafts, such as bamboo & cane jewelry, handcarved wooden articles and papier-mache animals.
- Hauz Khas Village Market,
- South Extension
- Nehru Place
- Gandhi Nagar
- Rajouri Garden
- Tilak Nagar Central Market
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