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10 Markets in Delhi Open on Sunday

This is strange that the day on which the general people get their day off, it also happens to be the day off for most of the markets in Delhi. This poses a lot of problems to the people and especially for those who are working and have only Sundays to cater to their shopping needs. People who have to toil hard the whole week long need to refresh their minds by doing something new on the weekends and there is nothing as refreshing as shopping. Also, when it comes to shop for necessary items for home Sundays are the best. If the markets in Delhi are closed on Sundays then there is practically no time to go shopping for the working people. This could pose serious problems for the people have leave only on Sundays.

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10 Markets in Delhi that are Open on Sunday

It is not that all the markets in Delhi are closed on Sundays. Here is a list of the markets that remain open on Sundays :-

1. Khan Market

Khan Market

This market is known to be one of the most expensive markets in Delhi. There are varied types of shops in this market like the coffee shops, restaurants, electronics, bookstores and other apparel and shoes stores from high end brands. Generally people seeking luxury come to this market.

How to Reach ?

The nearest metro station to this market is Khan Market Metro Station and you will have to take violet line to reach here.

2. Karol Bagh

Karol Bagh

This is known to be one of the oldest markets in Delhi and offers a lot to its customers including jewellery and Indian apparels. You can find here Gaffar market that is famous for selling of imported goods of various kinds.

How to Reach ?

The nearest metro station is Karol Bagh Metro Station and you will have to take metro on blue line to reach here.

3. Sarojini Nagar

Sarojini Nagar

If you want to check out and buy the clothes of the latest trend including the designer clothes at affordable prices then you must checkout Sarojini Nagar Market. This is a very popular place for the youngsters and those who are in college. Yu can say that fashion starts from this market.

How to Reach?

The nearest metro station to this market is INA Metro Station that lies on the yellow line.

4. Lajpat Nagar Central Market

Lajpat Nagar

This market is one stop market as you can buy all kinds of things in this market. you get shops that sell clothes, home decor items, crockery, kitchen utensils, jewellery and what not. There are so many lanes and so much crowd that one can get lost but even that would be worth it.

How to Reach ?

The nearest metro station is Lajpat Nagar Metro Station on the violet line.

5. South Extension 1 & 2

South Ex Market

This market comes in the list of one of the posh markets of Delhi and lies on the ring road east of AIIMS. You can find here shops of vast variety that have to offer the best stuff in Delhi. If you are looking for good shoes and apparels this is the place to be.

How to Reach ?

The nearest metro station to this market is AIIMS Metro Station. From here you can take an auto to reach this market.

6. Greater Kailash 1 (GK-I)

Greater Kailash Market

The people who want to buy branded stuff like clothes shoes, accessories and much more must head towards Greater Kailash 1 M block market. you can just visit the best brands here and do the shopping. And, when you are tired you can get energy from Pizza Hut, Cafe Coffee Day and many other eating joints.

How to Reach ?

The nearest metro station to this market is Kailash Colony Metro Station and you will have to take the violet line to reach here.

7. Dilli Haat

Dilli Haat

Dilli Haat at Pitampura is one of the main attractions of Delhi. This place which started in the year 2008 is one of the main centers for the display of handicrafts from different parts of India. The artisans arrive here and keep a stall for 15 days. This place is a great one for buying varied things and spending a great Sunday.

How to Reach ?

The nearest metro station is Netaji Subhash Place Metro Station and you will have to take the red line to reach here.

8. Kamla Nagar

Kamla Nagar

This market is famous for two things one is shopping and the other one is dining in North Delhi. This market has variety of shops that sell various kinds of clothes and other stuff. This market is close to Delhi University and probably this is the reason that it is very popular among the college students. This has led to opening of road side eateries too. One could shop from various types of branded and non-branded shops here for both men and women.

How to Reach ?

The nearest metro station to this market is Vishwa Vidyalaya Metro Station and you will have to take yellow line to reach here.

9. Tibetan Monastery Market

Tibetan Monastery Market

The people who like to buy unbranded stuff can get it here in this market and at prices tat are unbelievable. You bargain to your heart’s content and can get a lot of clothes for very small amount. This market is especially suited for the students who love to experiment with their looks. The shoppers who want to shop on budget must visit this market. buy jeans and T-shirts at extremely low prices here.

How to Reach ?

To reach this market you must reach Kashmiri Gate Metro Station via yellow line and red line.

10. Azadpur Market

Azadpur Market

This market is not only known in Delhi but is a renowned market of whole of Asia as this is the largest Fruit and vegetable market of Asia. This market is known for the Fruits and Vegetables that are sold in wholesale here. At least whole of North India is supplied fruits and vegetables from this market.

How to  Reach ?

The nearest metro station is Adarsh Nagar Metro Station for which you will have to take yellow line.

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About Anirudh Singh

Anirudh Singh is a passionate blogger and the man behind Amazing India Blog. He has 5 years of experience in the newspaper industry and he founded Amazing India Blog in 2015. Apart from writing and editing articles on Travel, Business and Technology at Amazing India Blog, he also contributes to other well known newspapers and online news blogs.

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