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Shopping tour of Delhi

Buy Tibetan shawls, Indian jewelry and western clothes at bargain prices
Difficulty: Moderate
Length: 5.5 miles
Duration: Half day
Family Friendly

Overview :  From Tibetan shawls to Indian jewelry to western clothes at bargain prices, you will not want to miss these ideas for your shopping... more »

Tips:  - Carry lots of small bills (INR 50 and INR 100 notes).
- Wear comfortable shoes as you will be walking a lot during the course of... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Fabindia

Fabindia is a common shopping place for expats living in Delhi, due to its Western taste, ready-made Indian clothes and home-furnishing items.

You may start your shopping tour by taking a look at one of its branches in Connaught Place, and maybe purchase one or two silk "kurtis" that you would certainly be able to wear back home.
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Janpath Market is a small Tibetan shopping area located close to the historic 5-star Imperial Hotel – totally worth seeing – and to the Central Cottage Industries Emporium.

Although your bargaining abilities will be required when shopping in this market, it is a much quieter space than many other open-air shopping areas in town. Handmade shawls, ... More

The Central Cottage Industries Emporium is a government-recognized bazaar that carries everything from handicrafts and textiles, to clothes and jewelry, together with many other products from all over India. It is a great plpace to go shopping if what you’re looking for is a wide selection of products in a hassle-free atmosphere, with no... More

This optional final stop is for people who like the sport of bargaining. Out of all the possible markets that visitors would enjoy going to in Delhi, and although it’s a good drive South from Connaught Place, Sarojini Nagar is probably the place women will like the best because there it is possible to find both Indian clothes and accessories, as... More