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The local Tibetan markets are exceptional. One of the things that we love about them is that they are honest and that's a true gem for this area. We bought a singing bowl at 3 rupee per gram in weight. This is a fixed price...More
Mostly Garments but accessories , shoes, belts etc in the lane for both men n women.
Used to have more overruns and good B type garments but less so now. Mix of American street wear to modern ethnic wear.
Shops on the main road a...More
Nice place to shop and do bargain like crazy. For example, bought a ladies purse priced at 2500/ INR at 1400/-. Crazy place in this season and a real pleasure to see the crowd enjoying themselves. A paradise for Street shoppers.......
Janpath market is a haven for budget shoppers.You get clothes, shoes, warm clothings, trinkets and is a fine place for testing your bargaining skills.It is situated at Connaught place and therefore very easy to access. However, be very careful about your purse and valuables while...More
A place for shopping , loitering around, snacking , drinks & food of all sorts ! Lot of hawkers for cheap goods but you have to bargain prices ! Some of the goods - wearables, shoes, hankies, winterwear, casuals, ladies accessories, are cheap but good...More
It's not just the market, it's the ethos of this city which has grown over the years, but somethings just don't change. Street vendors to showrooms, hustle bustle of the people in hoards, vendors shouting to attract passersby, artefacts and artificial jewellery, you have it...More
Connaught Place, the heart of New Delhi, is one of the largest commercial, financial and business centers in the Capital. The sprawling horseshoe-shaped circular heritage market is a white dot in the green city, filled with shops, art & handloom emporiums,
fashion boutiques, an underground market, cinemas, a range of vintage and new restaurants & bars lined along the inner and Outer Circle. In the midst of all the hustle, CP is great for chilled out evening strolls and people watching, introducing the beauty and rhythm of the city. The ambience gets more colorful as you stroll along Janpath and the Central Cottage Industries Emporium, considered among Delhi’s best shopping areas.
We land Saturday night so we have all day Sunday and 2/3 the day Monday (driving to Agra at night to see Taj Mahal at sunrise Tues) in Delhi. We have rented a car and driver already for Sunday-Tuesday. These are the places i'm hoping to see (but open to other suggestions!): - Jama Masjid - Chandni Chowk (hopefully a rickshaw tour) - Connaught Place - Janpath Market (not for too long though) - India Gate (ideally at sunset?) - Humayun's Tomb - Bahai Lotus Temple (closed mondays i...More
August 02, 2016|
It is very much doable. Split it between old Delhi & New Delhi. You may also try some delicacies in chandni chowk. So better visit it in night.
One day in Delhi for solo female (10 Replies)
Hi everyone I have one day in Delhi and wanted to get some advise on an itinerary and easiest way to get around. I am a female solo traveller. I am staying in Karol Bagh and need to be back at my hotel before 5:30pm. I did look at the HOHO bus but I am worried I won't have enough time. It seems that some of the HOHO stops are only visited in the afternoon and I've read that the commentary isn't great for English speaking people. The places I want to go in to are: Red Fort ...More
January 16, 2018|
Hi again Shellesy, MG10101 has made a good suggestion above. Depending on your budget, you could also do a couple of other things....the most comfortable and relaxing would be to hire a driver from your hotel. You can arrange in advance through the front desk. Tell them where you want to go and what you want to do and they will give you a price. (These are the places that your tour does not go to I am assuming?) You could also hire a tuk-tuk to see some of the attractions that are close to...More
Delhi in a Metro (9 Replies)
Hello Members, I will be in Delhi next month for 3 days and plan to visit major attractions via metro. Can you please guide me on planning out the same? I read central secretariat hosts few attraction. Can you advise on the order of visiting the attraction with close proximity of metro. I have shortlisted below attractions - Rashtrapati bhawan, Rajpath, India gate,National Museum, Qutub minar, Connaught palace, Janpath market, Jantar mantar, National Rail Musuem,Red fort, Chandni...More
November 23, 2016|
Thanks Rahul for your feedback. It will definitely help me plan out my travel. Appreciate. I did read about HOHO but there were mixed reviews with wait time begin 30-45 minutes hence opted for Metro. Just a query on the metro card. Can I use one card for a family by swiping for each family member or i have to buy individual card for each member.