Budget Shopping in Delhi

Delhi also known as the land of lively souls is popular for its diversity and multi ethnic culture but at the same time it’s also renowned for being the shopper’s hub. When we talk about shoppers, the women population always dominate these figures. We aim to highlight various shopper’s paradise exclusively focusing on women in terms of budget shopping with lots of scope for bargaining. Shopping at these places will not leave a hole in your pockets.


Situated adjacent to the LIC building in Connaught Place, Janpath is the best and the most popular market amongst the women gentry who rely on this place for buying the best of fashion at “really low” prices. The irony is that all the lush brands surround Janpath so that one can get the taste of both worlds. Indian ethnic wear, mix n match western wear, casuals, handicraft items, imitation jewellery, antique looking decorative items, bags, jackets are some of the items you can get a good bargain at….the price?? Well, it actually depends on your bargaining skills. Remember, it’s closed on Sundays.


Also known as Afghan Nagar and often referred to as ‘Central Market’ is yet another popular shopping destination of South Delhi. Closed on Mondays, Lajpat Nagar is ideal for buying women readymade garments and jewellery. The Mehndi-walas (Henna tattoos) have exceptional expertise in their art. Women also love to shop the vide variety of home décor articles like cushions, paintings, bedsheets, curtains etc. marketed at Lajpat Nagar. Whether you are looking for Indian ethnic clothes to wear in a function or smart formals or just casuals, you will find everything here. Variety of Shoes & Bags will surely amaze you.

Lajpat Nagar


Also sometimes referred as Janpath’s elder sister, the Sarojini Nagar market offers women garments at unbelievably low prices. Be it undergarments, skirts, tops, shirts, jumpsuit or denims, you name it and you will get it here. There is also a wide range of footwear for all the ladies like stilettos, ballerinas or even Kohlapuri’s. This market is very popular with Collegiates, who always throng here to buy trendy, funky & stylish clothes at cheap prices. Don’t go here looking for very Classy or formal clothes but be ready as you will certain get a push or two from people as this market is generally very crowded, even more in evenings and Sundays.



One of Delhi’s oldest market, Karol Bagh is one such market that is bombarded with women and men at all times. This is a large shopping place offering ready-made garments, dress material, formals, casual wears, handbags, lingerie and footwear. The streets at Karol Bagh are further divided into specialised markets for gold/silver jewellery or mobile accessories that women love to shop. It is also popular with tourists staying in areas around like Paharganj, Channa Market & Karol Bagh itself as these places have hotels ranging from budget to 3/4*.


What are you waiting for? Go ahead and shop! Just be careful with your bags.

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