Shopping in Delhi
Shopping in Delhi is a treasured affair for both locals and tourists. Open-air markets, government approved shops, bazaars, and luxury boutiques line the streets with goods ranging from precious gemstones to traditional attire. Several markets, including Dilli Haat, feature permanent and transitional vendors who showcase products from across India. Get lost in the labyrinth of silver and spices at Chandni Chowk or bargain for handicrafts and textiles at Janpath.

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Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi, India

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The narrow alleys of Hauz Khas Village are ripe with modern goods. Young designer Gautam Sinha sells gorgeous leather bags and luggage (shown) at Nappa Dori (Ste. 4, 91/(0) 98-1040-0778). The über-hip hang out at Ultrastore, a furniture shop that stocks cheeky housewares (Ste. 50E, 91/(0) 99-7135- 8479). Yodakin is the spot for alternative books and music (Ste. 2, 91/(0) 11-2653-6283). —Jocelyn C. Zuckerman

This appeared in the November/December 2011 issue.

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