I love going different markets so after reading all the good reviews about the Sarojini Nagar market had to go.We were staying in an hotel near Kailash Colony Metro and decided best way to get there was with an Auto Rickshaw I checked online with the taxi fare calculator what I should be paying to get there I thought 80 to 100 rups would be fair.It took around 15 -20 minutes in Delhi traffic to get there .On first arriving we were approached by sellers walking around trying to sell their fake sunglasses,belts,even woven table cloths best advice if you don`t want to be harassed just pretend that they are not even there.If you try to be polite they will just try to take advantage of you and not leave you alone.It is quite a big market as other reviews have mentioned mostly for locals but we found some really nice things.My friend bought some nice saree material from the back part,and some great imitation jewellery at unbelievable prices.I almost bought a big Hand made Rajastani bedspread 550 rupees but decided my bags were already full enough.When I travel I travel very light which means just a few changes of clothes so this was an opportunity to add to my wardrobe.I had heard about the over export items but to be honest they were not so easy to find and a lot of clothing did not look like that good quality,i did eventually find a small stall with genuine over export shirts very good quality and I did not find any defects in them at all.The sign said fixed price 300 rupees approx. US$4.50 I did not even bother bargaining and picked out some really nice shirts.My friend bought a really nice very good quality leather hand bag,and some indian clothing and some really nice design cushion covers in the end decided to throw away her sandals and just buy a new pair ,all at great prices.
good to spend a few hours at this market I found the corner juice store near where all the auto rickshaws were hanging around and also a police post seemed to be the cleanest.Had some thirst quenching lemon sodas,fresh made juices and lassis here.Of course after a few hours of walking around you will need some sustenance at the back of the market where the multi level car park is also have a very good restaurant Indian style called Haldirams on the bottom level they have a lot of Indian sweets go up the stairs to the restaurant on the 1st floor.The place was really clean ,food very tasty and not at all expensive I had a nice Thali 220 rups,
After spending a few hours here we decided to go and check out Dilli Haat Craft market.It is right by the INA metro and only a 30 rupee auto rick shaw ride away,I will leave that for another review .
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