Defence Colony, INA Market, Karol Bagh, Lajpat Nagar, Nizamuddin, Sarojini Nagar, South Extension, Kamla Nagar, Patel Nagar.
Aurobindo Place, Chittaranjan Park, Greater Kailash, Green Park, Hauz Khas, Munirka, New Friends Colony, R.K.Puram, Vasant Vihar, Massodpur. Vasant Kunj, Yusuf Sarai.
Delhi Cantt, Gopinath Bazar, Janakpuri, Pitam Pura, Rajouri Garden, Tilak Nagar, Rohini,
Kirti Nagar, Moti Nagar, Raja Garden, Subhash Nagar.
Markets Known For
Electric goods - wholesale & retail (Closed on Sunday)
The common man's market with old world atmosphere from garments to house hold goods, rare antiques, traditional sweets, foods etc. (Closed on Sunday)
Textiles, leather goods, tourist offices, travel agents etc. (Closed on Sunday)
The area is instantly recognisable on any map of Delhi, being the big circle in the middle with radial roads spreading out in all directions, like spokes on a wheel. Eight separate roads lead out from Connaught's inner circle, named Parliament Street and Radial Roads 1 through 7. Twelve different roads lead out from Connaught Circus, the outer ring; the most well-known of these is Janpath, the continuation of Radial Road It is a logically planned area and houses one of India's first under ground market-Palika Bazaar (Municipal Market), named after nagarpalika. The Outer Circle is known as the Connaught Circus (officially Indira Chowk),having rows of restaurants, shops and hotels, the Middle Circle has offices and small eating outlets.
The central park of Connaught Place has long been a venue for cultural events. In 2005–06, it was rebuilt after the construction of the Delhi Metro station below it. That station, Rajiv Chowk, is the interchange for the Yellow and Blue lines of the Metro and one of the largest and busiest stations in the network.Connaught Place today plays host to various cultural programs in the central park area . The first Starbucks Coffee outlet in Delhi was opened in Connaught Place in Hamilton House, A block. In January 2013 CP also hosted the 'dilli ke pakhwaan' on Baba Kharak Singh Marg which proved to be a great success.
Traditional jewellery and silverware (Closed on Sunday)
Readymade garments -wholesale (Closed on Monday)
Leather goods, readymade garments, cosmetics, jewellery, art books (Closed on Sunday).
One may not be able to describe much about Janpath Market more than just a market. This is the main market of Delhi and it attracts to large numbers of tourists who are coming to visit our country from outside India. This is the reason that a person may observe large numbers of foreign tourists rather than Indian Tourists. Shopping in this market is just like a fun and that is the reason that during holidays large numbers of people come to this market for purchasing products. The alternative name of the Janpath Market is People’s Path.
This street is having hundreds of shops which are selling products of different quality. The products like garments, jewellery, gift items, carpets and much more are also available in this market. the one thing that the customer must remember while shopping in this market that whatever rate the shopkeeper is demanding, he must offer fewer than that rate. He must know how to bargain on which product.
Garments and house hold goods (Closed on Monday)
Filigree and gold brocade, silk sarees, zari (Closed on Sunday)
Readymade garments etc. (Closed on Monday)
Lajpat Nagar Central Market is one of the most popular shopping areas of Delhi, where people can find everything under the sun. Many consider Lajpat Nagar Central Market as a perfect one-stop shop, where shoppers can get whatever they desire.
The location of Lajpat Nagar Central Market is very convenient as it is well connected with the rest of the city. It is situated in South Delhi near the Ashram Chowk. Popular cinema halls such as Sapna and 3C's are also situated in the area.
Shopaholics can find everything starting from accessories to clothes and from foot wear to bags in the uncountable shops of Lajpat Nagar Central Market. Where on the one hand people can find exquisite, ethnic Indian wear in the market, on the other hand western wear in the latest designs are also available. All the shopping items in Lajpat Nagar Central Market are found either in the huge glittering showrooms or the roadside stalls. The regular shoppers in the market does not lose any opportunity for bargaining.
Silk and fancy sarees, books and stationery (Closed on Sunday)
Air-conditioned market-handicrafts, electronics, readymade garments, leather (Closed on Sunday)
Wooden, Steel and aluminium furniture (Closed on Sunday)
Marble (Closed on Wednesday)
Wholesale market - all goods
The renowned Sadar Bazar Marketplace popularity even may be found in promoting biscuits during festival of Diwali, and which is one of the significant celebrations in Native Indian. Besides that, the filter paths of the purchasing area includes numerous stores, which succeed in promoting products made in Chinese suppliers like great electronic products, soft towels, very natural leather items, branded shoes and some other products.
The renowned Sadar Bazar Market area in Delhi city is even known as the location of some of the well-known dining places providing genuine Native Indian special treats prepared in pure Indian butter or local ghee stuff as well as around 100 kinds of local candies. Moreover Besides being an ideal place of local shopaholics, it is what greatly makes renowned Sadar Bazar Market area very much well known to even all food fans.(Closed on Sunday)
The common man's market. From garment to house hold goods. (Closed on Sunday)
Garments and house hold goods (Closed on Monday)
Paintings and antique jewellery
Sunder Nagar is situated on Mathura road, south of the Purana Qila (Old Fort) and close to the zoological gardens. It is an upmarket residential area in the center of Delhi. The Sunder Nagar market is well known for its art galleries and handicraft shops. This is one market in Delhi that has not changed with the times.
It is less showy and is quieter than the other markets and the shops have a reputation of stocking superior quality, stylish and classy products. The main reason for this is that it is a market for antiques (many are replicas), handicrafts and silver jewelry, that interest only a few. So art and handicrafts lovers are the only few shopping here.(Closed on Sunday)