Diwali shopping in the capital cityPosted by: Team TP, Posted on: 1 year ago
The most beautiful and colorful season of the year is around the corner. Diwali is the time when buying new things is considered to be auspicious. People buy gifts, electronics, lights, sweets and many more. At this time of the year, you will find shopping areas filled with people.
Delhi is the best place to shop for festive seasons. You can find a variety of stuff at a very reasonable price. There is a long list of places where you can visit, but here are the top 5 places you must visit for Diwali shopping:
Dilli Haat is the best place to go for a crazy shopping spree this Diwali. You can find a wide range of items being sold here. It has some of the most beautiful home decors and artifacts. Not only this, you can buy clothes, shoes and jewelry as well. Dilli Haat also has some amazing food stalls with mouthwatering snacks. Spending a whole day shopping and eating with your family here is just perfect.
2. Lajpat Nagar:
If you are looking for something gorgeous to wear this Diwali, then Lajpat Nagar should be your stop. You can buy a ton of things here without burning a big hole in your wallet. You can get everything here, from clothes to accessories and foot wear to match your outfit. Their specialties are salwar kameez and Lucknow- style chicken embroidery, which sold the most here. The best time to shop here is on the weekends, as the market remains shut on Monday’s.
3. Indra Market:
Lights are considered auspicious during Diwali. Every household is beautifully lit up with lights to welcome the festival. So Diwali is incomplete without putting some stunning ferry lights in your room or use them decorate your home. The market is also famous for all the mehendi (hena) artists. They are very talented and also affordable.
4. Chandni Chowk:
Everyone is aware of this market, regardless of the fact if he/she has ever been there or not. Chandni Chowk has been one of the most famous and busiest shopping hubs in Delhi. For decades it has provided people with beautiful clothes, jewelry, shoes, accessories and much more. Being a part of Old Delhi, Chandni Chowk has some of the oldest and yummiest food eateries here. While shopping, you can always take small breaks in between to try some of the delicacies of Chandni Chowk. Most of the shops in the market are shut on Sundays, so try and avoid shopping that day.
5. Sadar Bazaar:
Diwali without burning a few fireworks is incomplete. You can never get the feel of Diwali without listening to the sky roaring with firework sounds. If you want to buy some fireworks at the best price, then you must visit the biggest cracker market in Delhi, Sadar Bazaar. It is also the largest wholesale market of household items. You can find anything and everything for your home here at cheap prices.
Shopping can make any festive season even more exhilarating, especially when everything you buy can fit in your budget. These places in Delhi can offer you with anything you might need. So go for a Diwali shopping spree and enjoy yourself.