5 items you can buy in Delhi for (or under) INR 100
Amidst all that chaos, Saddi Dilli has just about everything for everyone: be it food, fashion, places to hang out or simply opportunities to fulfill your dreams. Delhi won’t let you down even if you are on a shoestring budget.
Don’t believe us?
Well, here are 5 items that you can buy in Delhi for (or under, if you’re good at bargaining) Rs 100!
Are you a jewellery freak? Delhi’s flea markets are exactly where you need to be. These markets have so much to offer when it comes to junk jewellery—we guarantee that you’ll have a hard time deciding what you want to return with. The best part is that all of it is available at low rates! But you need to know how to bargain.
Are worried about damaging your brand new expensive mobile phone? Chill! Simply head to Nehru Place for the lowest rates! You’ll find a variety of designs and patterns to choose from as well! Yes, including those bunny eared covers or the furry ones—they have it all!
The Delhi heat during the summer is unbearable and you’ve got to protect your eyes! If you’re not exactly brand conscious and yet don’t want to compromise on fashion standards, Sarojini Nagar is THE place for you! For Rs 100, you could actually find the classiest of glares!
Flip flops are a must-have and no one can have too many! This is why you need to head to the flea markets instead of loitering about those brand showrooms. The markets offer funky, classy flip flops without burning a hole in your pocket.
If the costs of posters at the likes of Archies and Chumbak put you off, try Nehru Place. From celebrity posters to the most famous TV series quotes—you’ll find them all at friendly prices! In fact, there is also a market behind Satyam Complex where you can get your poster custom-made!
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