Timings : 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Time Required : 1 - 2 hrs
Entry Fee : No Entry Fee
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Located around the Todarmal Road area near Mandi House in New Delhi, Bengali Market is one of the oldest and the most popular markets of Delhi. Built in a circular zone around a traffic roundabout, the market only has a handful of shops to flaunt. Majorly popular for Nathu’s Sweets and Bengali Sweet house, the bazaar has an upscale feel to it and mostly caters to the requirements of food, flowers and fruits. The sweet shops are popular all around the city for delectable rajma chawal, chole bhature, golgappas and other sweetmeats. Adding to the resplendence of the surroundings are vibrant florists tucked away in the corners, laden with colourful blooming flowers.
Besides, the market houses some of the prominent fruit shops in the area. The fruits sold here are a tad bit costly than elsewhere in Delhi due to their premium quality and rarity. Shiv Fruit Mart & Brij Fruit Mart are among the popular names; they have the availability of all seasonal fruits and a lot of export varieties. The fruits shops also have impressive fruit basket hampers which are picked as thoughtful gifting purposes. Besides these, the market has the basic dry-cleaners, photo labs, pharmacists and general merchants. A tiny temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is also located at the periphery of the market.
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