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Janpath Market in Delhi is a paradise for all those who love street shopping.
What Is It?
Janpath comprises of two main markets where shoppers can delight themselves with the number of accessories, vintage kurtis, juttis, and gems that you can buy at super affordable prices. Shoppers can bargain and learn a few shopping hacks at this market which is a paradise for street shoppers.
What’s In It?
Shops at Janpath are stocked with various essentials like Tibetan jewellery, souvenirs, silver and junk, Pashmina shawls, Lucknowi chikankari garments, footwear, bags, and leather goods. The items are sold at fixed prices, but if your bargaining skills are on point then you can get it for a lesser price as well.
The market is open from 11 am to 9 pm, it is advisable to go in the early hours as it is less crowded, and the items are opened fresh out of the stock. You will witness a dash of colours as you walk through the sidewalks of the makret, craftsmen selling the best of their work, women selling vibrant colour bags, sling bags, bed sheets, and embroidered apparel that defines comfort.
As you progress towards the stopping point of Tibetan shops, you will spot Gujarati skilled workers sitting under a shade of trees and ladies moving brilliantly hued sacks, pillow cases, bed sheets, umbrellas, kurtas, and shirts weaved with mirrors and considerably more shading.
You can find some hidden treasures like wallets and packs beginning at ₹900, sarees and shawls beginning at ₹700 and tees beginning at ₹300, juttis and kohlapuris beginning at ₹400.
Next time you want to go on a shopping spree and would like to splurge that money on something good and valuable, head to Janpath market which is your hidden gem for street shopping in Delhi after Sarojini Nagar.