7 Best Flea Markets In Delhi For A Happy Budget Shopping
Online shopping and shopping at the malls is definitely raging but it is certainly impossible to match the charm of shopping at the flea markets. The excitement of spending money at extravagant shopping malls is way too different than spending it at flea markets on home decorations and new clothes. Hence Delhiites will always prefer to shop at flea markets where they find a good deal with minimum spending.
You can find the latest trends for festivals in the markets and check out the stuff for your self which is definitely not possible with online shopping. The most amazing thing about flea markets is that you can buy all the latest styles from clothes to accessories at a much affordable price. Bargaining is the key skill to master the art of shopping at a flea market but we are dead sure you will find all you need.
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Sarojni is the second home for all the teenage girls like the college shoppers and new bloggers. This market is the BEST if you are finding great stuff for yourself but do not wish to spend more. The market has items ranging from around 50 Rs. to approximately 350 Rs. Isn't that super affordable? This market is perhaps heaven for those who love to bargain and is one of the best markets to shop for clothes, handbags, and jewellery. The market is open on all days except Mondays.
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It is located right next to the North Campus in Delhi due to which it is always flooded with college-going students. Unlike Sarojni Nagar this market has both showrooms and street vendors where you can buy clothes, books, accessories, and footwear from the local vendors at an affordable price. The prices here vary on the type of things they are selling, they can be either expensive or pretty cheap as well.
Greater Kailash, M Block Market
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This is a very popular market and one of the most hyped flea markets amongst Delhiites, especially the South Delhi girls. The market offers almost everything starting from makeup to clothes inside the shops. They have trendy bags, traditional wear, chunky jewellery and other fashionable items available too. The market is surrounded by various cafes if you want to sit and chill with your friends or need a break from your hectic shopping. Gk has got some crazy tattoo studious too in case you plan on getting one for yourself. This place is comparatively more expensive than other flea markets because the crowd is more high end here but the items sold are better in value and durability.
Majnu Ka Tila
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This place is like a mini Tibet paradise and offers various Tibet-ian specialities like their amazing food, super cool t-shirts, stationery, accessories, bags, bandanas, fragrances and more. The lanes inside the market will give you strong vibes of the Buddhist culture. You can find stuff here on the street or inside small stores at affordable rates (starting from Rs. 300). You can also visit the cafes and restaurants in the market for trying out the best bakery stuff or authentic Tibetian food.
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The is a one-stop destination for all shopping freaks especially for traditional wear like suits and lehengas. This place is a must visit during wedding season since it is at its best at that particular time. You can find all the latest trends here which are circulating around the country like jewellery, footwear and more. it is a shopping paradise for all the shopaholics!
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Janpath lies in the centre of the city and the market is very close to Connaught Place. It is a popular market for tourists and foreigners who like the budget-friendly and quirky products here. This market is the hub for decorative art pieces and silver jewellery. The market is in a lane where you can find sunglasses, accessories, clothes and almost everything you would need in your wardrobe.
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This market is a higher version alternative to Sarojni Nagar where you can find better fabrics, designs and quality to clothes. Central Market is situated in Lajpat Nagar 2 and pretty much like Sarojni and Gk you can find clothing items, makeup, footwear, household items, jewellery etc. in the market. The stuff here is expensive than Sarojni but surely cheaper than Gk, and that is the reason it is one of the busiest markets in Delhi. You will also find amazing food joints here for a great delicious eating experience during your shopping. The market is closed on Monday's.
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