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Top 6 Markets Open on Monday in Delhi

There are some markets which remain opene in Delhi on Monday. People desirous of shopping on Monday can venture out here. You can chose a big elite market or a small meighbourhood market out of these markets. So, have a look on markets open on Monday in Delhi and shop:

Top Markets Open On Monday in Delhi

Connaught Place and adjoining Janpath are one of the best markets, we can have in our capital city of Delhi. Similarly, Chandni Chowk is the representative of old culture and tradition of Mughal days. Currently, it offers things no less than Connught Place. South of Delhi has Lajpat Nagar and Greater Kailash as the elite market. You wqill find here details about markets open on Monday in Delhi.

1. Connaught Place

Divided into A B C D E and F of inner circle, and G H K L M N P of outer circle, the shopping at Connaught Place is an experience of royal touch. The shopping archades though do not offer any particular segmentation but broadly these are classified into– Garment stores, Footwear Stores, Jewellery showrooms and Electronic items.

2. Janpath

It is said that in Janpath, you need to bargain with the seller as a buyer shamelessly, because the tag may be double the price of the item. Although you can bargain all types of exclusive cultural outfits, footwear, jewelleries, Native indian artifacts’, carpeting and presents in the market.

Janpath market Delhi
Janpath Market is the paradise of street shoppers (Pic: www.ne-delhi-hotels.com)

3. Chandni Chowk

Chandni chowk is the oldest market of walled city of Delhi. Situated in North Central area of Delhi, near Red Fort, it is the busiest market of Delhi. It offers normal sarees to bridal sarees, suits and lehengas for women. Chandni Chowk is the hub of fashionable stuff at the most affordable prices. Its special feature is not only its affordability but also the modern and cotemporary types of patterns, designs and styles on the dresses. The market also have accessory shops in this market dealing in precious and semi-precious metals and stones.

Chandni Chowk, Delhi
Street Market of Chandni Chowk, Delhi (Pic: www.mouthshut.com)

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4. Khan Market

Khan Market is known to serve an elite clientele. the area was basically offered to immigrants from the North-West Frontier Province after the partition of India. Now, it has been converted into a popular shopping destination of Delhi. Developed into a U-shaped market you will explore book shops, boutiques, departmental stores, grocers, tailors, showrooms, lifestyle stores, etc in the market.

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

5. Kamla Nagar

Kamlanagar is a normal market which serves as a bridge between contemporary market of Connaught Place and classic time market of Chandni Chowk. You can get all your stuff on a bargaining price. A number of showrooms have also been spruced up to cater to the customers of readymade designer garments. You can get dresses for men, women and youngsters at a much discounted price.

Kamla Nagar is also a low cost market of Delhi, open on Monday and Sunday.

6. Greater Kailash

The Greater Kailash market is known as one of the happening markets of the capital city of India– New Delhi. This is more known for crowded  street food-corners, showrooms and outlets forwomen and men wear shopping in Delhi. It is one of the best place to buy costume jewelry, traditional  as well ascausal clothes, and fashionable shoes etc.  There are very good restaurants, pubs and nightclubs for which make the places lively.


Greater Kailash Market South Delhi (Pic: www.delhidispatch.wordpress.com)

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