Janpath Market Delhi

Janpath is a road that connects Connaught Place with Lodi Garden. This is where the most famous market in Delhi, Janpath Market, is located. Being Delhi’s hot spot for tourism; Janpath Market is a perfect place for buying the latest fashion goods at cheap prices. This is one place in the capital city, where you will find more foreign shoppers than Indians shoppers.

There is little number of showrooms in the main market. One thing to remember while shopping at Janpath is to bargain as much as you can. The vendors can demand double the actual amount of the product. It depends on your bargaining ability, how cheap purchase you can end up with. Another requirement for purchasing an item at a much cheaper rate is that, one should be fluent in Hindi (although you can do away with English as well because vendors are accustomed to English language due to foreigners).

There is no dearth of small cafes and restaurants here. You can get a variety of reasonably priced Indian food together with branded eating joints just a little distance away.

Janpath Market earned its reputation when Miss World of 1994, Aishwarya Rai, wore one of its gowns. Since then, the market has been crowded with visitors from across the world.

Janpath is a place where you are sure to find everything from essential to the trivial. Some of the most popular items at Janpath market are:

* Ethnic dresses
* Daily-wear Clothing (right from skirts to jeans to t-shirts and so on)
* Junk Jewelry
* Leather Footwear (Jutis, Mojris, Kohlapuris, etc)
* Embellished Linen
* Cotton Garments
* Rajasthan color paintings
* Imitation Jewelry
* Indian artifacts and Carpets
* CDs and DVDs
* Furniture