5 places in Delhi where you can find junk jewellery for the best rates
Delhi is a shopper’s paradise, not just because there is a market for just about everything you want, but all of it is sold at really competitive prices. Be it marriage shopping, the perfect Saturday attire, handbags, accessories, luxury brands or budget buys – you name it, we have it.
If you’re in Delhi and are really longing to shop some accessories for every occasion, without burning a hole in your pocket, we’ve got you covered. Here’s a list of places where you can find some of the most unique pieces for INR 100 or less!
1. Pahar Ganj
Known as Shahganj or King’s ganj or the market place from the Mughal era, Pahar Ganj has a wide variety of shops that cater to both domestic and foreign travellers – especially those looking at shopping on a shoestring budget. The jewellery shops offer a wide range of handmade beaded necklaces, bangles and other accessories in just about every shape, size and color.
2. Sarojini Nagar Market
Located in South West Delhi locality of the city, Sarojini Nagar is the go-to place for shopping – age no bar! Apart from the showrooms selling various international and local brands, the USP of the market are the street side shops. These shops lay out tables full of junkyard gems, arty pieces, beaded jewellery and much more – all at bargainable costs!
3. Janpath Market
Originally known as Queen’s way, Janpath is located on the link road between Connaught Place and the Lodhi Road. Amongst one of the cheapest flea markets of the city, the market is popular amongst people who love to shop on a budget. Always up-to-date with the latest fashion trends, the shopkeepers can walk you through some of the most eye-catching accessories and offer the best prices for them.
4. Chandni Chowk
One of the oldest and busiest markets in Old Delhi, Chandni Chowk is still one of the largest wholesale markets of India. The best place to purchase textiles, metal products and antiques, the market is very popular amongst people looking for bags full of fancy jewellery at affordable prices!
5. Dilli Haat
An open aircraft bazaar cum food plaza, Dilli Haat is situated opposite to INA Market, Delhi. It is run by the Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corporation (DTDC), and Ministry of Tourism and Textile, Government of India. Set up like a village, the market has some of the most traditional and modern jewellery pieces at jaw-dropping prices. And if you’re willing to shell out some more money, you have no clue what you could come back with!
So, who’s going shopping this week? 😉
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