Located opposite the colourful INA Market, this open-air food-and-crafts market is a cavalcade of colour, selling regional handicrafts. There are some gorgeous bits and pieces on offer; bargain hard. It’s also a goo…
Favoured by expats and Delhi’s elite, Khan Market’s boutiques focus on fashion, books and homewares. For handmade paper, check out Anand Stationers, or try Mehra Bros for cool papier mâché ornaments and Christmas de…
Upscale crafts and curios, designed with real panache, from the Crafts Council of India.
This brash middle-class market shimmers with all things sparkly, from dressy lehanga choli (skirt-and-blouse sets) to princess-style shoes, spices, fruit and nuts packed in shiny paper, and chrome motorcycle parts.
Known for its excellent khadi (homespun cloth), including good-value shawls, plus handmade paper, incense, spices, henna and lovely natural soaps.
Diplomats frequent this exclusive and serene complex facing the Ashok Hotel. Housed inside little pavilions are stores such as Anokhi and Good Earth.
Rummage here for cut-price Western-style clothes, with minor faults or blemishes, at bargain prices.
This genteel enclave specialises in Indian and Nepali handicrafts, replica ‘antiques’, and furniture, and has two outstanding tea shops, selling fine Indian teas.