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Daryaganj Sunday Book Market

Spanning more than a mile of footpath space every Sunday, Daryaganj Sunday Book Market is a treasure-trove of books. Subjects vary from mechanics and fashion designing to best sellers and Mills and Boon romances. The books sold here are mostly second-hand and can be bought at incredibly pocket-friendly prices. Books are sometimes even sold by the kilograms! Stationery and crafts items can also be found here. If you are a bookworm, Daryaganj Sunday Book Market is a must-visit.

Hauz Khas Village

A true example of India in flux - modernity surrounded by the traditional. This place was actually a village (still is, in the middle of post South Delhi), but then became a popular place for designers to open shop in. There is a relaxed informality about Hauz Khas Village, with high-end designer shops and restaurants strewn in midst of a rural landscape. You can find an impressive range in fashion ensembles, carpets, old silver antiques, furniture and artifacts that use traditional techniques. Don't be surprised by cow herds resting for hours outside a designer cafe. That's what the Village is all about.

Dilli Haat INA

Haats are traditionally periodic open markets, though Dilli Haat INA is open on all days of the week throughout the year. Craftsmen from all over the country are invited to display and sell their work. Spread over a spacious 2.43 hectares (6 acres) area, imaginative landscaping, creative planning and the traditional village architectural style have combined to produce the perfect ambiance for a haat or market place. A plaza paved with stone and brickwork skilfully interspersed with grass, flowering shrubs and towering eucalyptus tress have conjured up an oasis in which visitors can browse at their leisure. This is the best place to get great prices for textiles, handicrafts, jewelry and home accessories. It is always buzzing with the incessant flow of Delhiites at all times of the day. And Dilli Haat INA is probably the only place in the city where authentic regional food from all over the country is available. Great entertainment, in the form of concerts by local musicians and dancers, is also organized on the weekends.

Chandni Chowk

Dating back to the 17th Century, Chandni Chowk was built by Shah Jahan and conceptualized by his daughter, Jahan Ara. It is among the biggest wholesale markets and oldest markets in the country. It is home to several historical structures both religious and other wise, most notably are the Jama Masjid, Central Baptist Church, Fatehpuri Masjid and Haveli of Mirza Ghalib. This bustling and colorful bazaar is not only popular with traders and locals but also tourists who throng here to shop for fabrics, spices, jewelry, curios and souvenirs. Some food stalls in the area are 100 years old or even more.

Chor Bazaar

Delhi is famous for its various budget market places but none can beat Chor Bazaar when it comes to pocket-friendly merchandise. From stolen car parts to stunning antiques, from hardware to jewelry, this place has it all. Sort through the assortment of items at this flea market and you are sure to find some treasure or the other. The incredible prices makes this a popular destination for locals and the place gets a bit crowded during peak hours. As such, it is best to visit this market early in the morning.

Ansal Plaza

This huge, upmarket complex on Khel Gaon Marg is the closest in Delhi to an all-American shopping mall. The four floor Shoppers' Stop is the biggest attraction here. The Plaza also has stores selling branded products, several popular restaurants and bars, entertainment centres, and mini playgrounds for children. The design of this sprawling building is contemporary, with red and blue exteriors. There is a courtyard in the middle of the complex circle which is used to host carnivals and entertainment events.

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