I wonder if there is anything one does not get at Sarojini Market!
I have been going here regularly on every visit to Delhi for the past three decades. The market has expanded in leaps and bounds since I first discovered it in the then sleepy little government quarter residential area of Sarojini Nagar.
The market consists of rows and rows of shops selling summer and winter clothing, consumer goods, footwear, artificial jewellery, groceries, furniture, home furnishings, accessories, fruits and vegetables, handicrafts, tailors ......... you name it, along with a huge street market for export surplus and other garments and knick knacks of every description. Bargaining is the order of the day though some stalls and vendors insist on fixed prices.
You will also find some good eateries [roadside and proper] serving typical Delhi chaat and other stuff, usually delicious and great value for money.
A new mall and parking building has opened up opposite the vegetable section of the market, with a Haldirams outlet.
Be warned that on holidays especially in the evenings, it can get so crowded that you will have to push through jostling hordes to get anywhere. Parking can be chaotic so travel by auto rickshaw if you do not have a car and driver. Pickpockets thrive in crowds so it pays to be cautious. The crowd is decent, not the rowdy variety so apart from watching your pocket, it is pretty safe.
Overall, this is the best place to shop. Much more interesting than the malls which are all clinical clones of each other, and generally cheaper than other markets in Delhi.
Best at around 11am when the shops open and before the crowds arrive. On Monday, some shops are closed.
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