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Top 10 Markets in Delhi Open on Sunday

Shopping is a full time craze for a number of people. They go for shopping irrespective of days of the week. Even then, it is a better idea to keep a tab of the market, if you are on a shopping spree on an easy Sunday.

Markets in Delhi Open on Sunday

The people of Delhi are known to go for shopping round the year, on every day, but if you are going to shop on a Sunday, you have some limited options. It is better to look at the option of shopping on this leisure day. We have shortlisted Top 10 Markets in Delhi Open on Sunday. Have a look–

1. Karol Bagh

Karol Bagh is a big market of New Delhi which caters to the various needs of the customers. It has readymade garment and clothes market, jewellery market, luggage market, two-wheeler and four-wheeler used market. You can get things here comparatively inexpensive. It is open on Sunday so that you will be able to shop here in your off day, as per your wishes

2. Sarojini Nagar

sarojini Nagar is like a heaven for trendy dress seekers members of new generation, college going guys as well as who look for value for money products.

Sarojininagar market
Sarojin Nagar Market is like a bargain hunter opportunity (Pic: www.ourncr.com)

3. Lajpat Nagar

Lajpat Nagar Central Market and surrounding markets are known for clothes and garment shopping. People also shop for wedding requirements, be it for bride or bridegroom.

Meena Bazar
Meena Bazar is also a good choice for wedding shopping (Pic: meenabazar)

4. Khan Market

Khan Market is an elite market where you can search branded items in clothes. Moreover, you can get electronic gadgets, books for avid readers and other groceries items too. rates of the products here are comparatively high because it caters to the high society people.

Khan Market Delhi
A view of Khan Market New Delhi (Pic: www.delhirealestateguy.com)

5. Kamlanagar

Kamlanagar market which opens on sunday is a link between old and new. Situated near Connaught Place and Chandni Chowk, this market can be a hunting place for designer dresses on an easy Sunday. Some shops here specialises in wedding stuffs.

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You can esaily get there either by nearby Metro Rail route or by road route.

Kamla Nagar is also a low cost market of Delhi, open on Sunday. (Pic: www.ourncr.com)

6. Dilli Haat

Dilli Haat is handicraft hub of the capital. If you wish to buy something from far State, for decoration or use in your home, you are at a right place. earlier situated only at INA Sarojininagar, now it has opened in Janakpuri and Peetampura too.

Dilli Haat
Dilli Haat is handicraft hub of Delhi (Pic: Dilli Haat)

7. Azadpur

It is basically fruit and vegetable wholesale market. If you are planning a gala wedding in your family, you have reached right place. You can get fresh fruits and vegetables for your party in one-third of the market price.

8. Tibetan Monastery Market

Ranging from Tibetan antique and decorative items, trendy jackets from young people, you can get nice chinese food here in quite a reasonable rate.

Tibetan Market
Tibetan Market of Delhi

You can get some nice, genuine  imported electronic stuff here too.

9. Greater Kailash

These are markets which extends to both part of the localities and serve the surrounding colonies too. you can get here everything needed in a market. Huge showrooms of branded products are put up here.

10. South Extension

South Extension is a statement market of South Delhi where you can get designer labels in clothes, jewellery and accessories. The market has gained name in the matter of quality and rates.

South Ex Market, New Delhi
South Ex Market, New Delhi

You will also get nice eating joints in South Ex easily, which suits all type of pockets.

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