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Connaught Place
Cannaught place, officially called Rajeev Chowk, is the final culmination of all that New Delhi has to offer in one place. A trip to Delhi without a visit to CP, as it is abbreviated, is incomplete as the place has become a tourist attraction in its own right. On a trip around the place Cannaught, you can visit historical monuments like the 17th century Jantar Mantar, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib sacred, a day of shopping at Janpath all famous and underground Palika Bazaar or visiting famous restaurants and cafes and cinemas popular.
It is believed that the model of the Royal Crescent in Bath, England, the area can be recognized easily on a map of the city with its design resembles a circle or wheel with peaks (paths) coming out in all directions. A major business center corporate housing several offices, was originally built by the British as a residential place of the rich and powerful. Located in the heart of Delhi, tourists can find many travel agencies, banks, luxury hotels and airline offices on the PC.

Palika Bazaar
A black market, with air conditioning located in the inner circle of the place Cannaught, Palika Bazaar is one of the most popular markets in the city. Open to the public since 1970, Palika Bazaar used to be the most sought after shopping destination, but now receives a comparatively smaller number of customers due to the large number of other options that have come in the surrounding areas. One can buy a variety of items, although the market is particularly famous for clothing and electronics. Prices are relatively low and you can always negotiate the cheapest price. A perfect place to buy souvenirs, the market is currently under consideration to be renewed for the upcoming Commonwealth Games 2010.

Dilli Haat
Dilli Haat combines food, culture and crafts from around the country and brings them all together under one roof. A permanent market operating throughout the year, Dilli Haat is basically a group of positions that represent different states and offers varieties of products ranging from carved rosewood and sandalwood, curtains and fabrics, metal, silk, cotton and wool fabrics, jewelry, etc, do not forget the delicious traditional food bazaar kinds.This several cum plaza is located near South Delhi and is also a market for wheelchairs. Vendors are usually selected for fifteen days, after that another seller is assigned the store. various shows and events to promote the dying art of handloom and handicrafts are also organized within the premises. The NDMC and the Delhi Tourism department jointly developed the concept with the objective of promoting ethnic Indian handicrafts and plans are afoot to open more like Dilli Haat around the city. With an area of 6 hectares, especially impressive are the detailed landscapes, architecture planning and giving it an entire town.

Chandni Chowk
Chandni Chowk is a major commercial street in Old Delhi. Regarded as the place that until now has the city's ancient history mixed with modern times. Designed and built by Shah in 1650 AD Jahah as Shahjahanabad ', which is located near other famous Mughal monuments like Lal Quila and Jama Masjid. The holy places of the faith of others as Gurudwara Sis Gunj Digambar Jain Mandir and also very close, to enrich the area with the cultures and traditions. Chandni Chowk runs through the center of the walled city, the Lahori Darwaza (Lahore Gate) of the Red Fatehpuri Masjid.
An ideal place to buy ethnic products India, Chandni Chowk specialty is the variety of markets and items on display. Whether specialties of various kinds, books, clothing, electronics, jewelry and precious or Chikan sarees with work and Zare, Chandni Chowk, offers everything within its narrow and busy lines. The street is a delight for food lovers with several famous restaurants / confectioners located within and Ghantewala Halwai, Natraj of Dahi Bhalla, Kanwarji Bhagirathmal Dalbijiwallah, Chaatwallah, Bikaner rasmalai famous sweet shop and Paranthan wali Gali stores paratha. Home to some of the historic mansions of the bygone era Samru Begum Palace, 1806 is now called Bhagirath Palace, mansions Naughara in Kinari Bazar, Jain 18th century mansions, and Khazanchi haveli of Mirza Ghalib Haveli.

Janpath Market
Shopping at Janpath is in a way reminiscent of shopping in the true identity or larger than Delhi. Unlike the ultra-modern malls and sophisticated visitors can find in any metropolitan city, Janpath offers a unique shopping experience that consists of open positions, small shops to street vendors, even offering a taste of Delhi. The offered products, mainly clothing, but also books, accessories and crafts at fair prices and reliable, if not branded products. Incidentally, the journey of Jan is now the favorite shopping resort in New Delhi.
Janpath Cannaught place extends from the Lodhi Gardens and has a number of shops and stalls on both sides of the sale of a variety of products such as clothing, jewelry, decorative objects, rugs, and maps. There is also a Tibetan market where a wide range of Himalayan art and crafts can be purchased. A very popular not only for shopping but also just to hang around in the relaxed atmosphere. Negotiation and settle for the best price on Janpath.

Karol Bagh
Karol Bagh is one of the oldest shopping destinations of Delhi, located in the heart of the city. Located near other monuments and sites, and only 2 km. train station in New Delhi, Karol Bagh is a delight for visitors. It has two exhibition halls of high technology to traditional shops, Karol Bagh offers cotton, wool and silk garments, furniture, fashion accessories, spices, carpets, but the local specialty is jewelry, both traditional and embedded with precious stones and jewelry, art and labor that is considered unique and unmatched anywhere in the world.
Collect a variety of fabrics and readymade garments, traditional Indian saris or the latest fashionable dress, and negotiate the best price. Karol Bagh was assigned mainly to the Punjab of Pakistan who migrated after the partition and later opened several shops and livelihood. Some main roads in the area are:
Ajmal Khan Road, an ideal place to buy cotton, silk and richly embroidered garments, or international brands and ethnic spices.
Market-Ghaffar says there is a single imported product or brand of any type that is not available here. From cosmetics, mobile phones, watches, sunglasses, electronics, clothing, and products of the feet, this place has it all and more.
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