From palazzos to pots; from handicrafts to hippy clothing; from books to brassware –there is no such commodity that Delhi doesn’t have to offer you. And that too at reasonable rates! Didn’t we just describe a shopaholic’s paradise? Read on, it gets better!

Delhi is a place of splendid architecture, mouth-watering food, and of course, amazing shopping! The street markets are always bustling with people and vendors and there is never a dull day. We compiled a list of all the markets that are a must-go in Delhi if you’re in search for, well, pretty much anything.

  1. Janpath Market: This happens to be one of the liveliest markets of Delhi and has vendors that sell everything under the sun, be it clothing, handicrafts, or jewelry.

Location: Janpath, just off Cannaught Place.

2. Paharganj: It is one of the most chaotic markets and predominantly consists of wholesellers, so it is easy to get unique stuff at cheaper rates.

Location: Paharganj Main Bazaar, opposite New Delhi Railway Station

3. Dilli Haat: This large and beautiful market has deliberately been made to look like a traditional weekly village market, called a ‘haat’. The place has a great vibe with its thatched roof stalls, music, handicrafts and more.

Location: Opposite INA market, South Delhi.

4. Sarojini Nagar: Do I even need to say anything else? You’ll find all the designer wear and fashion accessories at cheap rates here, and thus this is a pretty crowded market at all times.

Location: Near Safdarjung airport, South Delhi

5. Khan Market: This cute and quaint little market is almost 8 decades old. While you might not be able to bargain too much here, but it has got some great book stores, branded outlets, and outdoor facing cafes.

Location: Humayun Road, New Delhi

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6. Chandni Chowk: I don’t know about China, but Chandni Chowk is definitely worth its hype. It will give you the true experience of purani with its narrow alleyways, and segregated bazaars for everything. It is also one of the most famous places to try out the Delhi street food.

Location: Old Delhi

Also Read: Best Street Shopping Markets in Mumbai

7. Lajpat Nagar Market: Also known as Central Market, it is famous for its mehandi, i.e., the vendors that apply henna on your palms. You can also buy clothing, décor items, and leather articles here.

Location: Lajpat Nagar, New Delhi

8. Daryaganj Book Market: For all the book-geeks out there, this is the place to be! Books are lined on the pavements, they’re cheap, there are new and second hand editions, and if you dig a little deeper you might even find some first edition of famous books –what more could you aks for?

Location: Asaf Ali Road to Netaji Subhash Marg, Old Delhi

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9. Chor Bazaar: The list would’ve been incomplete without mentioning Chor Bazaar, right? You get literally everything here at second hand, cheap rates. But it’s advisable to be careful when you’re in here.

Location: Near Jama Masjid, Old Delhi

10. Karol Bagh: One of the oldest markets of Delhi, it is famous for its bridal wear and traditional Indian wear.

Location: Karol Bagh, New Delhi

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11. Palika Bazaar: It is situated at the center of Connaught Place, is fully air conditioned, and has everything and anything. Your bargaining skills should be strong to get stuff at cheaper rates.

Location: Connaught Place, New Delhi

12. Monastery Market: This market is run by Tibetans and sells all kinds of authentic Tibetan products, including clothing, and junk jewelry.

Location: Connaught Place, New Delhi

13. Sadar Bazaar: If you’re looking for beautiful decorative pieces, small furniture, or curtains for your home, Sadar Bazaar is the perfect place. It especially has some really pretty stuff around the festive seasons.

Location: Old Delhi

If ‘Confessions of a Shopaholic’ was made in Delhi, there would be a possibility of two outcomes –either she would’ve never gotten over the addiction because there is SO MUCH variety; or she would’ve given up because she keeps getting lost in the streets!

What are you waiting for? Get. Set. Shop.