Delhi celebrates Diwali with full of energy and with lots of fun, turning the entire city into a beautiful castle.which is decorated with lights and rangoli.And obviously, The Delhi’s streets are fully covered with the decorative items, lightings, crackers, designer gift boxes, paper craft and various other items of home decoration items and accessories. And these colourful markets come alive during the time of the festival, one of the most prestigious Indian festival.Diwali is the festival of happiness, so we haven’t shopped online, we have to shopped offline or purchased from the street seller. so, that they can also celebrate the festival with their families.
Chandni Chowk is the best place to go for shopping. And during the time of festivals, especially Diwali month, the market turns the more colourful and crowded. Every market of Chandni Chowk is filled with beautiful candles, clay lamps (diyas), clay pots and fairy lights. It gets all festive and feisty here, and this surely is the place where you need to visit to get all your Diwali shopping done!
Sadar Bazaar For Fire Works
Sadar Bazaar is the largest wholesale market of crackers in Delhi but it also serves to retail buyers. During the festival, this market is a crowd favourite for festival shopping, especially crackers that are available at wholesale prices. Crackers are retailed at economical prices every year before this festival. Price Negotiations and Bargain is not an option here while buying crackers as it is extremely crowded and leaves no space for any conversation with the shopkeepers. The street stalls lined along the pathway also refuses any price bargains during this period.
Lajpat Nagar For Diwali Fashion
One of the most popular markets in Delhi, Lajpat Nagar Central Market is a nirvana for those who want to shop for clothes, bags, accessories, and footwear.The Central Market at Lajpat Nagar, though, is the unchallenged leader of the Diwali market. Even in this 35 degrees with the summer staging its last stand, women in shimmery suits and sunglasses crowded the market as if they couldn’t have struck better deals anywhere else. The stores offer huge discounts during Diwali that ensure massive crowds in the market throughout the festival.
For a lot of Delhiites, Diwali is incomplete without visiting one of the Diwali melas in the city. These fairs are the one-stop destination for gifts shopping, buying home decor, festival binging in festivities of the season. As we know Diwali is the festival of decoration and the market of Dilli Haat is full of with these decorative items(handcraft items, rangoli colours, gift items etc).
In India, there is a ritual of purchasing ornaments of gold and silver. So, dariba kalan is the largest jewellery market in Asia. It has stores dating back to the 19th century which offers every conceivable jewellery item and more for sale. This market sees a huge influx of shoppers during Diwali as everyone rushes to buy gold during Dhanteras. Most of the shops trade in silver, gold, polki, kundan and diamond jewellery, besides costume jewellery. The proximity of jalebi shops, Paranthe Wali Gali and Kinari Bazar make Dariba Kalan an ideal shopping location.