(PALIKA BAZAAR)


PALIKA BAZAAR, is an underground market located between the inner and outer circle of connaught place, delhi, India. It is named after palika bazaar of mumbai. It is known as a place with a very level price and a famous tourist attraction.


It has 380 numbered shop and can accommodate upto 2500 peoples in daily. 

It has diverse ranges of clothes,accessories,electronic items,tattoo shops,foods stalls and much more. Even then, the number 5 comes because it only bargaining in it.


GATE NO.1= Main gate faces connaught place central park, with F block on the right and palika underground parking on the left. staircase entry.

GATE NO.2= Underground parking and handicap ramp entry.

GATE NO.3= Not in use. closed to the public.

GATE NO.4= Spiral staircase entry with two doors, one not in use

GATE NO.5= Spiral stair case entry with two doors.

GATE NO.6= Staircase entry.

GATE NO.7= Handicap ramp entry.


                   (JANPATH MARKET)

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The long line of boutiques is a heaven for budget travellers and shoppers. buyers of handicraft and garments. approximately 1.5 km stretch around from outer circle of connaught place to windsor place.

JANPATH MARKET is one of the most famous markets for tourists ( both indians and foreigns) in new delhi. It is also one of the oldest markets of new delhi with establishment of some boutiques dating back to 1950.”

It has diverse range of clothes, handicrafts items, berds necklace, neckpieces, scarf, sunglasses, bags, coats, sweaters, lowers, blazers, shirts, ear rings, footwear, zara dress, slogan T-shirts and much more. market closed on sunday.


                          (karol bagh)


Which is famous for street shopping and shopping street like gaffar market and ajmal khan road.

In the 1920, residents of villages like madhoganj, jai singh pura, and raja ka bazaar connaught place and nearby areas, were relocated in karol bagh to the west, then a rocky area populated by trees and wild bushes.

best day to visit in karol bagh is monday. because officially in karol bagh monday market is there and they will get really nice and good and cheap stuff. and selling same custom products. near metro station is karol bagh. if you are looking for very fashionable clothes you should visit to karol bagh. second thing is quality if you are going to karol bagh then you will find really nice quality of clothes. because they are really branded stuff that it export.


                      (sarojni nagar)


The sarojini market remains closed on monday. At the sarojni nagar market you get stylish clothes at reasonable prices. known for its delhi development authority(DDA) flats and also, as a shopping paradise for many, sarojni nagar will soon be known for a revamped look,too. so basically in this market you get clothes , shoes, bags, you get anything random. 


                 (CHANDNI CHOWK)


          India’s largest clothes market.

  • The Chandni Chowk (Moonlight Square) is one of the oldest and busiest markets in Old Delhi, India. Chandni Chowk is located close to Old Delhi Railway Station. … It was built in the 17th century by Mughal Emperor of India Shah Jahan and designed by his daughter Jahanara.

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