Ultimate Diwali Shopping Guide For Delhiites

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Ultimate Diwali Shopping Guide For Delhiites

1. Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi

Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi

Diwali shopping in Chandni Chowk needs no introduction as it is already quite famous amongst the shoppers. One of the oldest markets of Old Delhi is always packed and brimming with lot many tourists and shoppers. But during Diwali time, it becomes all the more vibrant and crowded. 


Chandni Chowk is the place where you will get the most ieties of decoratives, candles, gift packs and everything you can think of buying, you will get here at discounted prices. 


This wholesale market deals in everything a shopper could think of buying and not just that this place is equally famous for its eateries, street food, and Indian snacks. So while shopping doesn’t miss to munch on spicy Indian snacks here. 


Closed on: Sunday

2. Dariba Kalan, Old Delhi

Dariba Kalan, Old Delhi

Dariba Kalan, one of the oldest lane popularly known for its silver jewelry shops, some of them are even 100 years old attracts jewelry lovers from around the world. Whereas during Diwali time people come especially here to buy silver coins and utensils to gift to their family and loved ones. In Indian tradition it is considered auspicious to gift silver jewelry or utensils, which brings good luck, thus this market is the only landmark where you will get myriad exquisite fine jewelry collection without going heavy on your pocket.


Closed on: Sunday

3. Lajpat Nagar, New Delhi

Lajpat Nagar, New Delhi

Lajpat Nagar, another shopping paradise in Delhi, attracts all kinds of shoppers here, the market is brimmed with luxury to street shopping options. Here you can buy ieties of clothes to jewelry and home decor options here, which will surely make you spoilt for choice. For Diwali shopping in Lajpat Nagar, you don’t need to splurge much as in reasonable prices you can get amazing lights, diyas, candles and decoratives options and you can bargain also to get the good price. There are lot many street vendors also, which you will find only in Diwali time. Not just that, if you are into luxury, then there are no fewer choices for that too in the market.


After all the shopping, if you are hungry then there are not better treats then to have amazing Cholay Bhature in the central market of Lajpat Nagar or Kake/ Nagpal ke Bhature in Amar colony Where you can also explore- amazing Ethnic wear. 


Closed on: Monday

<a href='https://www.hellotravel.com//dilli-haat' class=''>Dilli Haat, New Delhi</a>

Dilli Haat, in INA, is one of the most famous markets in Delhi for a wide range of handicrafts products from all the different states. The festival time becomes much more vibrant and colorful to shop here.


For Diwali shopping, if you are in Delhi, then here you can get the most beautiful handmade gifts for your loved ones and shop local regional clothes here. 


You will also see colorful decorative lamps, diyas, candles and beautiful idols of Laxmi and Ganesh during Diwali time. This exhibition ground is the hub of local artists, where bargaining is a bit tough to do like most of their products are of fixed price.


Foodie's paradise too, this place offers cuisines from around the country. So savor your taste buds by tasting amazing food in Dilli Haat. 


Closed on: Opens Everyday

Atta Market in Noida caters to all kind of shoppers and becomes much more lively during Diwali time. It's here you can get amazing diyas, candles, idols of Laxmi and Ganesh, electronic lights and all kinds of decoration items here. The market is always crowded in the evenings, so try to go in the morning time to avoid the rush. Also, you can bargain your hearts out here, to get a good deal!


Closed on: Tuesday

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