The flea markets of Delhi have been main shopping spot regardless of the coming of enormous shopping centers over the city. These shopping markets spread everywhere throughout the capital have dependably been famous & are even now flourishing, perhaps due to the climate & the true expense profits they offer. The lively and exotic atmosphere of Delhi markets can make shopping lots of fun. The current generation is brand conscious yet values money. The solution to this paradox lies in the Indian flea markets. These popular flea markets in India sell the most fashionable and comfortable clothes and casuals that are preferred by this generation. You can find all youngsters thronging these street markets. Given beneath are the absolute most frequented flea markets of Delhi.


Dilli Haat lies opposite INA on Aurobindo Marg on the Metro route & is also located at Pitampura & Netaji Subhash Place. This is the place to get artifacts, handicrafts & experience the cultural flavours of India all at one spot. It is a place where you will find all the states of India represented reflecting their rural settings. You can buy fabulous handicrafts from artisans who carve out some piece of art right before your eyes. Enjoy the different cuisines of India at the food stalls. It opens from 10:30 AM-10 PM and remains open throughout the year. Entry prices are Rs 20 for adults and Rs 10 for children.



This market was named after freedom fighter ‘Sarojini Naidu’ and is the best flea markets to buy rejected and export surplus Western-style clothes in Delhi. You can pick up ethnic wear, fashion jewellery, fashionable shoes at affordable prices. There’s also a sweet market (Babu Market) and vegetable market (Subzi Mundi) in the area.It remain close on Mondays.



This market is the place where you will find more of foreigners and college students shopping for Indian silver jewelry, antique items, Kashmiri carpets, ethnic wear, Kolahpuri Chappals, and handicrafts. This market is close to Connaught Place (CP) in Central Delhi. However, you’ll need all your bargaining skills to get a really decent price.



This market comes alive with the rush of shoppers for home furnishings, clothes, footwear, household items and cosmetics etc. The market opens from 11 AM-9 PM and remains closed on Mondays. One of this market’s main attractions is the Mehendiwalas, famous for beautiful henna designs. Here you can shop for a variety of items at either the roadside stalls or the hi-end showrooms.



Chandni Chowk brings to you the perfect combination of eating and shopping. Built right opposite the historic Red Fort, this market is famous since the Mughal era. You can stop by at the ‘parantha wali galli’ for some mouth watering paranthas, kachoris and other street food of India. It is famous for fabrics, jewellery and electronic goods. It remains close on Sundays.



Karol Bagh houses the famous Gaffar Market which is known as the grey market, housing everything from electronics, gizmos to duplicate brands, garments and homeware items etc. at bargainable prices. Also the shops and little stalls located on Ajmal Khan Road are quite popular too. It remains close on Mondays.



The Greater Kailash market is divided into two markets – N Block and M Block. The M-Block market is the main shopping hub and has something for every budget. There is a range of fashion products, textiles and accessories, both branded as well as non-branded products.  The Greater Kailash also boasts of some happening Night clubs, Bars and restaurants for people who like to chill. At N block market you can get designer Indian wear, home décor from brands.


So, go shopping!!



(Visited 219 times, 1 visits today)
Last modified: July 2, 2014