Karol Bagh in Delhi is a place that delights the shopaholics from different parts of the country and the world. You can find anything and everything in Karol Bagh starting from the cotton yarn, embroidered garments and the readymade clothing.
Here is a list of places that you can visit near Karol Bagh in Delhi:
Karol Bagh is near to the Old Delhi monuments and if you want to visit Delhi, you can plan a day trip, in and around Karol Bagh and explore the various monuments like Jama Masjid, Fatehpuri Masjid, Red Fort, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, Khari Baoli and Chandni Chowk.
DU is one of the premier universities in India. It is known for its high standard of research and teaching. The university has two campuses, the north and the south one. The north campus has 84 departments and 16 faculties. There are three colleges under the control of DU, St Stephen’s College, Ramjas College and the Hindu College. The south campus offers courses in Arts and Social Sciences. Both the campuses are vast and worth visiting.
The Ghaffar Market is named after a Pashtun political and religious leader. The market is located near Karol Bagh and is also popularly known as the Gray Market where you can get several different China made goods and electronic items.
There are more than 500 shops within the narrow lanes and by lanes of the market. Although there are several such shopkeepers who sell fake items in their shop, you will never get the goods at such cheap rates other than here in Gaffar Market.
Plus as this market attracts corporate travellers so a good hotel to stay near by will be Pitrashish Hotels in Karol Bagh Delhi. Just google their name and you will get the idea that why I suggested this accommodation option to you. Plus for more on karol bagh hotels check tripadvisor.
If you travel to Delhi via train, as soon as you step out of the station, you will step into Paharganj. It is a shopper’s paradise, especially if you can bargain to your heart’s content for knickknacks.
Whether it is the shoes or the books, the jewelries or bags, incense or handicrafts, you will get each and everything in the markets of Paharganj. Plus if you have seen the movie Dev D then must have got some idea of this place full with small guest houses and dometry for travellers who want to have some gun. Plus Paharganj and Karol Bagh have one thing in common that they both are popular destination for booking some budget hotels in New Delhi.
Connaught Place & India Gate
The Connaught Place market is shaped like a horse shoe and is one of its kinds in India. The market is divided into two circles. While the inner circle has the blocks named A to F, it houses all the international brands of products and items. The outer circle has blocks G to P and also has national as well as international brands of items and products.
Plus if you are at connaught place Delhi then do dine At Lalit Hotel. They have an amazing buffet on ground floor which cost like $40 per person but I must say that it is amazing.
India Gate is just a mile away from the Connaught place
The pride of New Delhi, the India gate is actually a war memorial that was built in the memory of all those Indian Soldiers that laid their lives to save the country in the World War I. The India Gate is 42 meters high and is located at the end of the Rajpath. It is also a very popular relaxing destination especially during the evenings of the summers. During the winter, India Gate converts into a very popular picnic spot in Delhi.
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