7 Best markets in Delhi for festival shopping 2020.

  • Chandni Chowk, Delhi
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Narrow Roads of Chandni Chowk.

Chandni Chowk is one of the most popular and one of oldest market of Delhi, this market is formed by many small markets like Khari baoli, tilak bazaar, Chatta Chowk, paranthe Wali Gali and many more that each specializes in certain kinds of products including fabrics, electronics, hardware, kitchen equipment etc which will help to complete the festival shopping. This year Delhi govt has taken a great step to renovate the Chandni chowk which reduced the hustling and bustling over there and help you to do shopping peacefully. Chandni chowk will fulfil the festival shopping needs like gifts and decoration.

Nearest Metro station: Chandni Chowk metro station on the yellow line.

  • Paharganj Market, Delhi

Paharganj market is great for the dress shopping for festival fashion. The market is famous for its wide range of clothing options, if you are also looking for other clothing accessories too then there are famous jewellery shops and footwear shops. Not only that but you can also buy cheap handbags and backpacks. Paharganj market is the perfect stop for your festival clothing shopping.

Nearest Metro Station: Chawri Bazaar Metro station on the yellow line.

  • Atta Market, Noida 

Don’t just go to the name of the place and think it only sells atta or wheat regarding things its nothing like that. Atta Market, the Sector – 18 markets of Noida is very popular among the residents of the area owing to the never-ending variety of places to choose from. Here you can indulge in eating or shopping. One can buy anything from cheap apparel to footwear here. Plastic items, provisions and other home supplies can also be purchased here. So gear up your festival shopping 2020.

Nearest Metro Station: Noida sector 18 metro station on the blue line.

  • Dilli Haat, pitampura, Delhi
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Cultural Dance at Dilli Haat.

Dilli Haat is the showcase Crafts by Artisans and there will be food stalls from different states of India. In short, the best of Indian culture will be on display here. It’s a project of Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corporation (DTTDC). you won’t only have food courts & craft shops but also have spice market, art gallery, sculpture court. And there will be dormitories for the accommodation of Artisans.

 The place has craft stalls, multipurpose pavilions for craft, exhibition, food kiosks, fine dining AC restaurant, conference room, a double-storied, dormitory for craftsmen, Amphitheatre with a capacity of 450 persons, & more… its pretty your all in one Diwali shopping stop in Delhi.

Nearest Metro Station: Netaji subash place on red and pink both the lines.

  • M- Block Market, Greater Kailash Part 1, Delhi

If you want to shop and try some amazing food with the coolest crowd on a great happening place in Delhi then this market is definitely for you. From budget apparels to branded one from shoes to bags and jewellery. There is so much to choose from and fulfil your every need of festival shopping and you will go hungry while shopping then there are lots of amazing eatery areas where you can reload the energy for your festive shopping.

Nearest Metro Station: Durgabai Deshmukh south campus metro station on the pink line and Dhaula Kuan metro station on the orange line.

  • Connaught Place, Delhi

When it comes to shopping in Delhi, there is no better place than the shopping hub of Delhi, Connaught Place. The Connaught place is divided into two circles which inner and outer. The inner circle is for the shoppers, many large brand showroom is present over there for your all shopping choices and needs. Don’t want shop for brands don’t worry Palika bazaar an amazing underground market under the Connaught place will give you the experience of cheap and good shopping place, also don’t forget to show your bargaining skills in Palika bazaar.

Nearest Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk metro station on the yellow line.

  • Khan Market, Delhi

Khan Market is one of the best places if you want to shop for international or imported goods for a festival gift. Not only international but there are a lot of Indian shopping options too. Khan market is famous for its imported chocolates and fruits. Who wants to miss chocolates and fruits on festival?.

Nearest Metro Station: Khan Market Metro Station on the violet line.