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Meena Bazaar

Located between Jama Masjid and Dariba Kalan is the ancient market Meena Bazaar in Delhi. Just below the massive stairs of the Jama Masjid is the bieatiful market place. From Jama Masjid to Khari Baoli, from Chitli Qabar to Balli Maran, Delhi evokes a medieval charm and elegance. The Bazaar was built in the1970’s. The area comprises of a host of shops on both sides selling paans, burqas (veils worn by Muslim women), caps and pictures of famous Islamic religious places. Other exotic items like embroidered caps for Muslim men, local cosmetics, pictures and posters of sacred places are available at the Meena Bazaar. You can satiate your appetite with toothsome Indian non-vegetarians cuisines at the small food stalls and dotting the area. 

A plethora of shops making and selling pillows, mattresses, and quilts around the Meena Bazaar is a paradise for shoppers. Nearby is a cycle market selling an exotic wide range of bicycles and their parts. Shoppers must visit Meena Bazaar in Delhi to enjoy a wholesome shopping experience.

Fast - Facts:

Location: Below the massive stairs on the Eastern end of the Jama Masjid facing towards the imposing Red Fort 

When was it was built: 1970’s

Special Feature:

Dhabas and food stalls serving yummy Indian non-vegetarian delicaies

How to Reach:

Tourists can avail of local buses, auto-rickshaws, taxis and metro rail to reach the market place.

Nearest International Airport: Indira Gandhi International Airport

Nearest Metro Station: Chawri Bazaar

Nearest Railway Station: Old Delhi Railway Station

Open: On all days, except on Sunday, between 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Shopping at Meena Bazaar:

Delhi is known for being home to a host of exotic shops. Shopping in Delhi is undoubtedly a unique experience. Most of the shops in Delhi represent magnificent handicrafts belonging to every Indian state. Goods are available at affordable rates. In the recent past the shops in Delhi have undergone a major transition catering to more cosmopolitan population. Delhi was a major centre of trade in the medieval era. Many of the localities are remains of the medieval period and have been well absorbed into the emerging metropolis. For tourists thronging the capital city, shopping ranks high on their priority list. Tourists can choose from a wide range of items like carpets, silks, jewellery, leather and silver ware, handicrafts and handprinted cotton. The items have varying range of prices. Shops galore in Delhi record an extensive footfall every year. Meena Bazaar in Delhi is a spectacular marketplace. The Bazaar was built in the 1970’s. Shopping at Meena Bazaar is a delightful experience.

Meena Bazaar in Delhi is worth a visit. It comprises of a whole range of shops selling selling paans, burqas (veils worn by Muslim women), caps and pictures of famous Islamic religious places.