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Are You A Shopaholic? Or A Foodie? Come On A Spree To Delhi

February 25, 2016

“Man needs freedom, freedom to indulge in whatever caprice strikes his fancy, freedom to search in the furthermost corners of the world, for the beautiful, the joyous, the romantic.” Very aptly said. It is always the curiosity to explore more and dig deeper into the things one fancies. And it is  this curiosity, which makes one wander across the globe.

If shopping, food and traveling is what you crave for, here is an amazing pitaara, which the capital city, Delhi has in store for you.

Embellished with legions of markets and bazaars of every kind, Delhi is truly a ‘sigh of relief’ of all the shopping buffs and crazy food connoisseurs. The craze for visiting Delhi is ever-increasing and ever-lasting, as can be seen from the flooded Dilli bazaars or the cramped Indira Gandhi International Airport. Every other hour, there are flights to and from Delhi, from and to all major cities in India, like Mumbai to Delhi, or Delhi to Mumbai flights, Bangalore to Delhi, or Delhi to Bangalore flights and so on.

Here are the 3 main bazaars of Delhi, which hit the list of every shopaholic in India:

Dilli Haat (in INA)

‘Haat’, in olden times referred to the traditional weekly markets which were held in villages. Dilli Haat is like that ‘haat’, except that it is not weekly.

Dilli Haat is like a treasure island of Indian culture, flaunting traditional knick-knacks and various other jewels. Dotted by thatched roof houses and kiosks, selling traditional stuff, gives a retrospectacle aura of villages. It functions in a very eco-friendly manner and one can buy here an immense diversity of handicrafts and artifacts, embroidered fabrics, sarees, bags, carpets, cushions and ethnic wears, antique wall mirrors,  wood carvings, shoes, leather items and different designed jewellery pieces for young ladies and women.

This creates an amazing artistic and rejuvenating aura.

For the foodies, there is a wide variety of traditional cuisines, from momo’s of Sikkim and hot chicken of Nagaland, to kahwa and kebabs from Jammu and dholka from Gujarat. At night time, the music and dance performances create a gala time for the visitors, and create a sassy aura around.

Khan Market

If you wish to make your way to an elite and classy place, Khan Market is eagerly awaiting you! Made in U-shape, in the memory of Khan Abdul Jabbar Khan, it is the classiest market in Delhi. Glittered with branded outlets and modern showrooms, it is the pet place for rich and elite Indians.

There are interesting bookshops here, housing books and novels of all kinds. So, a great place for bookworms to check their ‘to-be-read’ list.

With all the top cafes and restaurants here like Amici Cafe, Mamagoto, Wok in the Clouds, Big Chill, La vie etc., one can scarf down the lip-smacking dishes of multitude of cuisines.

Chandni Chowk

Is your wedding day near? Or do you have to grace the occasion of the wedding of your kith and kin? Come to Chandni Chowk and broaden your horizons of the wedding fabric and jewellery. The beautiful, glittering hues of the ethnic dresses and the spectacular work of zari-gota will take aback every ounce of your blood! There are shedload of all kinds of sarees, bridal lehengas and suits, ranging from one thousand to one crore rupees!

Always crammed with gazillions of people, the streets (galiyan) of Chandni Chowk are eminent for their gourmet dishes, from the oil-drowned parathas, hot and chilly gol gappas and yummy tikkis to sugar-kissed rabri faluda, rasmalai and meethi lassi. Best SEO company in Noida

So, come to Delhi, satiate your taste buds and go home with memorable souvenirs and a heart, thrilled with immense bliss.

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