Delhi’s popular Janpath market is a shopping hub with unique treasures that matches the latest fashion trends in a limited budget. It is a lane of vibrant colours with contrasts of mixed emotions and expressions.
The Janpath street market lies in the heart of Delhi, towards the outer circle of Connaught Place. The market has a vibrant atmosphere and has colourful lanes known as Gujarati lane. The display of handicraft products like bed linen, stoles, purses, bags, souvenirs, necklaces, junk jewellery, handicraft items and ethnic dresses are very popular.
On entering the market, one is surrounded by the loud screaming voices of the vendors selling their products to attract tourists and locals. Moving ahead one finds vibrant colours flaunting throughout the market, be it a stall of sparkling cheap sunglasses or metallic miniatures of Gods and Goddesses. Art lovers can spend hours looking for handicrafts and Indian artefacts, brass work, leather articles and jewellery at budget-friendly prices.
Dazzling with the amazing range of outfits and embellishments, this market offers a variety of cotton wear, linen ethnic wear, the regional specialty of Rajasthani footwear with colourful beads also known as juttis, Indian handicrafts, bangles. There are a variety of carpets, rugs, cushions, embroidered bed coverings, artefacts by the artisans from different parts of the states that can be bought at very reasonable prices.
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