Janpath in Delhi

Street shopping cannot get better!

Street shopping cannot get better! | Photo credit: VasenkaPhotography / Flickr

Janpath Overview

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Janpath remains one of Delhi’s most famous markets, among both Indians and foreigners. The market is made up of a line of stores selling everything from souvenirs, brassware, carved woodwork, postcards, footwear, ethnic wear, colorful clothes, scarves, Pashmina shawls and mirror work wall carpets among a lot of other interesting knick knacks.

An interesting Tibetan Market can also be found near the Imperial Hotel on Janpath where you can pick a range of Tibetan and Himalayan artifacts like wall hangings, Tibetan masks, beads and quirky bits of jewellery.

One handy tip while shopping in Janapth is to bargain like a pro if you’re looking for a great deal. If all the shopping has made you hungry then there are many places around Janpath where you can grab a quick bite, like De Paul’s and their famous cold coffee and kathi rolls.

  • Opening Closing Time 10:30 am to 7:30 pm, except Sundays

  • Entrance Fee Entry to the market is free.

Don't Forget to Buy

  • Rajasthani style wall hangings
  • mirror work table covers and ethnic footwear.

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Janpath, near Conaught Place, New Delhi