Are you looking for a one-stop destination for your Diwali shopping? I have got your back. Let’s drop the suspense. It is Delhi's famous market 'Janpath', located in the heart of Delhi, Connaught Place. Amidst Covid-19, we missed the fun element of shopping and joy these flea markets give us in the era of online shopping. This year with the protocols and guidelines followed, we can physically enjoy shopping at markets.
Diwali, the most significant Hindu festival is almost here. At Janpath, can shop everything under one rooftop, from gifting purposes to our traditional Diwali shopping. Janpath is a collection of all things Delhi. One can easily shop for everything here. From the Tibetan to the Gujarati articles, to top-notch stores, and flea markets, every corner of this market has astonishing materials to offer.
Here is a quick market guide for your convenience.
Being a fan of junk jewellery, I have to tell you no other place offers such a wide variety of silver and traditional pieces other than Janpath. This festive season, you can glam up your look by adding junk jewellery to your attire. From chokers, neckpieces to popping earrings, you will get everything here. Most shops sell similar items here; you might have to bargain a little for the product.
Next up, let’s talk about the Gujarati market in Janpath; it's the most vibrant and colourful lane of Janpath. Here, you'll be amazed to see the variety of quirky bags, pillow covers, lehengas, kurtas, and shirts embroidered with mirrors in different eye-catchy colours. The sensory experience of this little corner of the market is glorious, and during Diwali season, is a solace. This lane is a bit more expensive than other parts of the market. The reason why this lane is a bit pricey is that the things here are handmade. Cholis, Dupattas, Jholas, everything here is 'WOW'.
Last but not the least, the mini market of Janpath, a perfect place to shop budget-friendly home decor or trendy western clothes. Here, you can get your hands on beautiful yet affordable birdcages, dreamcatchers, giant vintage clocks, frames, Rajasthani puppets and many more. This place can give your living room an all-new makeover this Diwali.
The Janpath Street Market is a mini version of Sarojini. Here, you're likely to find more stylish clothes, from cute flowy pants and dark glasses to denim shirts and jumpsuits, kurtis to suit pieces, and traditional kolhapuris to trendy sneakers.
This Diwali, shop your heart out here at Janpath at one pit stop. From home decors to beautiful traditional suits, the market has it all. The charm of this market is different during the festive season. Happy Shopping.