Sarojini Nagar market is situated in the heart of South Delhi named after famous freedom fighter Sarojini Naidu. It is surrounded by thousands of government flats and was initially developed to serve the government employees. It was called Vinay Nagar initially.
There are multiple ways of reaching the market. Its near the Ring Road so one can easily reach by Bus, get down at Nauroji Nagar Bus stand a few minutes of walk would make you reach here.
Delhi Metro is also nearby one can get down at INA and take battery rickshaw to reach the market.
By Car or Taxi, you can reach straight in the market which has the most modern parking facility.
It’s a market which has everything for everyone, especially garments. Basic tees, jeans, shorts for everyday wear can be bought for INR 100-200 only. Printed palazzos, skirts, and pants can all be bought for around INR 250 or less, they are extremely trendy! Along with shopping, the place is also famous for lip-smacking street food like Chowmein, Sweet potatoes, Chat, Momos, Fresh juice and
How to Haggle
It’s always crowded! Better to be careful. Vendors would ask for a high price always haggle !
If you like something, don’t let the seller know—just pretend to leave the place. This way you can settle for the price you want! Most importantly, be dressed in the most basic clothing. Sellers tend to quote the price looking at your status. Also, ask for half of the quoted price. The place is full of exciting stuff like Jeans, Denim Jackets,Glasses,Girls Western Wear,Tops,Leather Purses,Caps,Plazzos,Children Wear,Leather Jackets,Shoes & Slippers,Toys,Sarees,Lehenga’s etc. The market also has branded wear shops which have fixed rates.
Sarojini Nagar is the best place for girls to shop the trendy fashion items and that too at a very low and affordable price.
On Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday new clothes, some even branded are available starting from 100–250Rs. Much less crowd and a variety of items are available.
In the Monday market, old clothes which are already used are available and range from rupees 50. Shopping from this market is like finding a needle in a haystack. Monday the shops are closed but the hawker market is at its high a lot of shoppers specially visit this market on this day to save hugely on the prices. Also on Saturday and Sunday, you will get so much crowd in the market that sometimes it becomes just impossible to go through items properly.
And if any festival is near then it is for sure over crowded on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
Now you can choose wisely which day suits you the best to visit Sarojini Nagar market. The market is very popular with
The market has many branded showrooms as well like
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