From accessories, and clothes to food, this guide to Janpath market will make sure you miss nothing on your visit to the market. So, check this out before you plan to shop at Janpath market!
Delhi is a hub of not just delicious food items but amazing shopping centres and markets. One such is the popular Janpath market that has the heart of Delhites for affordable shopping of all kinds! However, the market is further segregated into further segments dealing with various items and products for daily usage. So, check out this guide to Janpath market and get ready to shop your heart out this weekend!
Let’s start the guide with the Tibetan market in the popular Janpath market area, which is popular for authentic accessories, silver jewellery, antique jewellery, trinkets, all sorts of glasses, colourful beads, precious stones, brass statues of gods, and Tibetan Thangka paintings. Moreover, you can also get Buddhist sculptures, and pictures of Buddha here showcasing different phases of life!
Visit Gujarati market to buy table clothes, wall hangings, and handicraft textiles, all on the streets. This market also has something for ethnic wear lovers, as they can get stylish scarves, Afghani earrings, lehengas, zari-bordered sarees, and cholis. If you know the art of bargaining, you must get these at many more reasonable prices.
Does Janpath have a flea market? Yes! And you can visit here to get the trendiest of stuff, including quirky jewellery, clothes, stylish dresses, and pretty colourful and designer bags. So, this market could be the best for your next street festival!
Central Cottage Industries
Central Cottage Industries is one of the best places to visit in this market area if you admire handicrafts. Herein, you can buy various handicraft items sold by traditional weavers, craftspeople, and many tribal artisans.
While Janpath market is a prime spot for street shopping, there are a few items that should not be missed. Some of them like dupattas, cloth material, jholas, potlis, Indo-western dresses, Indo-western accessories & jewellery, home decor, and other stuff. This apart, you can also buy beautiful flowery pants, dark glasses, denim shirts, jumpsuits and sailor-print sneakers. Must not forget to have a look at the collection of bags, including totes, clutches, wallets and more!
Shops to visit
If not street shopping, you can also visit shops for various essentials. We have curated some of the popular ones, like Leather Smith, for leather products like wallets and bags. You can visit Sat Pal & Co for sarees and shawls, Metro Poles Footwear for justice and kolapuris, Monga Handicrafts Corner for trendiest handicraft pieces and Popli Brass Shop for brass products, decor pieces, utensils, idols and more.
Where To Eat
No shopping can be complete without meeting food cravings, and hence, there are many eateries that you can visit. Make sure to go to Depaul’s for coffee, Saravanaa Bhavan for South Indian dishes, Prince Chaat Corner for fast food, Bhogal Chole Bhature Wala for Chole Bhature, and Chikki’s Momos for delicious dumplings.