Sarojini Market

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Timings : 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Closed on Mondays

Time Required : 2 - 3 hrs

Entry Fee : No Entry Fee

Sarojini Market, Delhi Overview

Vibrantly coloured clothes strewn all over, tiny food stalls cramped in every nook, deafening cacophony of the salesboys and a pandemic compact environment- welcome to Sarojini Nagar, the most hep and trendy market of Delhi. Popularly known as bargain bazaar and every girl’s shopping paradise, the bazaar has more to offer to women in comparison to men, in terms of clothing, footwear, kitchen utensils, accessories and cosmetics. Located in South West Delhi, the bazaar is named after the famed freedom fighter Sarojini Naidu. Also called as SN, it has some big brand showrooms to its possessions, but the essential crux of the market is the street shops and stray stalls littered with fabrics, denim, designer tops etc. With a wide range of high- street merchandise available at killer prices, Sarojini Nagar never disappoints anybody from designers to divas to professional or the college crowd.

The frenetic flea market boasts of some famous National and International brands; goods that have been cast aside due to surplus quantity or minor manufacturing defects are sold at throwaway prices. Therefore, at all times you can find women scrutinizing the garments here for any defective items. Supposedly, ninety perfect of the shops here are family owned and are run by the same family for years together. Enclosed by poised localities like Safdarjung Enclave, South Extension, Nauroji Nagar and Netaji Nagar, Sarojini Nagar is set in the vicinity of Chanakyapuri, which is one of the most beautiful localities of Delhi itself.

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Shopping at Sarojini Market

1. Shop the Zara, Vero Moda, Mango and Forever 21 at 1/4th of the original price.
2. The market is always up to date with new trends and panaches.
3. It offers a zillion varieties of shoes.
4. If you’re a jewellery junk, Sarojini is the go-to place for you. It offers enchanting jewellery at a really low cost.
5. Don’t forget to check out the trendy home decor, wall posters, frames, lamps etc.

Best Time To Visit Sarojini Market

The perfect time to visit the market is at the start of a new season. The shopkeepers import new goods at the beginning of a new season. With time, the most trendy and the best quality products are picked. For a most regular visit, you can opt to go on a weekday- you won’t miss out on fresh stock plus you can be safe of the weekend crowd (which can drive you frantic and claustrophobic).

Tips For Visiting Sarojini Market

1. Remember you have to be street smart. Bargain as much as you can. Sometimes the products are priced thrice of their actual selling price. Small tip- call out the price you want to pay and walk off, nine out of ten times, the vendor will call you back.
2. Check your items before purchasing, especially clothes, very carefully. Look for tiny cuts, or holes or rips. Do not forget the zips.
3. While buying cosmetics, be sure that they are not the original brands. They are the first copy of the packaging brands.
4. The street vendors selling big brand watches and goggles are fake. Do not confuse them with the original products. They might ask you INR 2000 for a watch; it's okay to start bargaining from INR 200 (this may vary depending on the product).
5. Be aware of the snatchers and muggers. Keep your phones, wallets etc. safe.
6. If you have kids with you, make sure you are really attentive. High chances they might wander off and get lost in the thick of the market.
7. Carry enough cash as the market has just two ATMs with a long long queue.
8. You might want to carry a king-sized bags as the thin polythenes might tear apart quickly.

How To Reach Sarojini Market

Delhi is a state well connected through metro and state-run buses. The nearest metro station to Sarojini Nagar is INA Metro, situated on the yellow line. The market is really close by from the metro; you can either hire a local or a battery run rickshaw. You can also book a taxi cab for a more comfortable journey. Alternatively, you can travel in one of the buses which will be relatively economical.

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Tina Garg 1 year ago
The shoppers' paradise in Delhi, Sarojini Market is a must visit place. From socks to gowns, the market has everything sold at throwaway prices. This is my favourite shopping destination in the city. The products have a vast variety and there are restaurants nearby to satisfy your hunger after long hours of shopping. Don't forget to keep empty bags with you since it makes things easier to carry and visit on Mondays if possible because prices are really low that day. Also, bargain hard.

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