If you are on a Shopping spree in Delhi, one of the places that you would definitely not like to miss out on is the Chandni Chowk Market. Even though there are many plush malls which have come up in recent times, this place has somehow managed to retain its eternal charm and popularity. The Chandni Chowk Market is a very old market. It was once the center of a lot of trading activities and visited by merchants from as far as Turkey, China and Holland.
Katra Neel is that part of the Chandni Chowk Market where you can shop for a wide variety of cloth and fabric. Ranging from silk, satin, crepe, cotton, muslin, everything is available here. Earlier the tradesmen and craftsmen from the same business not just worked but lived here as well.
Bhagirath Palace is that by lane of the Chandni Chowk Market which sells electrical goods, medical equipments and allopathic medicines. In fact it has the reputation of being the largest market for electrical goods.
Known for its zari and zardosi work, Kinari Bazaar in Chandni Chowk Market Place is the ultimate stop for an Indian bride. The vibrant hues of the zari work are sure to fascinate you. One such sari deserves to be a part of any Indian woman's collection.
Dariba Kalan, a place selling lovely silver jewellery. We recommend all to visit the Gulab Singh Johri Mal, a shop established way back in the year 1819 and not just manufacturers but exporters of attar (perfumes) as well.
The Chhatta Chowk Bazaar, a part of the Chandni Chowk Market is sure to impress you with its rich collection of artificial and semi precious jewellery, embroidered bags, hand painted wall hangings. There is something for everybody at the Chandni Chowk Market. Your tour to Delhi is incomplete without visiting it.