Lajpat Nagar Market: Lajpat Nagar is centered on the sprawling Central Market, a colorful maze of narrow lanes with stalls and shops selling vivid saris, embroidered fabrics, kitchenware and herbal cosmetics. There are also plenty of henna tattooists and street food stands offering samosas, momo dumplings and fried aloo tikki patties. No-frills family-run restaurants serving Indian and Chinese food sit next to Western fast-food spots.
Sarojini Nagar Market: Essentially located in the South West Delhi locality of the city, Sarojini Nagar (or SN as it is sometimes called) is one of the places in the city to buy clothes and fabrics. Apart from a large number of large sized showrooms for various international and local brands, the crux of the market is formed by street side shops which sell garments of all sizes, designs and colors.
Connaught Place: Connaught Place is a frenetic business and financial hub, centered on a ring of colonnaded Georgian-style buildings with global chain stores, vintage cinemas, bars and Indian restaurants. Stalls at Janpath Market sell saris, embroidered bags and trinkets. The peaceful Sikh temple Gurdwara Bangla Sahib is known for its reflecting pool, and Jantar Mantar is a 1700s observatory with huge astronomical instruments.
Palika Bazar: Palika Bazar is an underground market located between the inner and outer circle of Connaught Place, Delhi, India. It is named after Palika Bazaar of Mumbai. Palika Bazaar hosts 380 numbered shops selling a diverse range of items; however, the market is dominated by electronic items and clothing. Palika Bazaar was set up in the late 1970s, but since the 1980s it has seen a decline in customers, in part due to the opening of several new, modern shopping malls all over Delhi.
Dilli Haat: Dilli Haat is an paid-entrance open-air food plaza and craft bazaar located in Delhi, run by Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corporation (DTTDC). Unlike the traditional weekly market, the village Haat, Dilli Haat is permanent. It is located in the commercial centres of South Delhi, opposite INA market. The 6 acres of land on which this complex is situated was salvaged as part of a reclamation project and transformed into a plaza. Extensive foundation work, small thatched roof cottages and kiosks give the plaza a village atmosphere.
Janpath Market: Janpath Market is not founded in the recent years but it is one of the historical markets which are coming from a long time. Prior to this, its name was Queen's way. This name was given to it in the early 90's. Janpath is a road which mainly connects the Cannought Place to the Lodhi Road. This whole road is known as the Janpath Market and large numbers of markets are available over here which are selling different kinds of stuffs. This market is very popular for the people who love to shop within their budget. This place is also popular for the Delhi residents as they come to this place whenever they are having time.
Lodhi Garden: Lodi Gardens or Lodhi Gardens is a city park situated in New Delhi, India. Spread over 90 acres (360,000 m2), it contains, Mohammed Shah's Tomb, Tomb of Sikandar Lodi, Shisha Gumbad and Bara Gumbad, architectural works of the 15th century by Lodis - who ruled parts of northern India and Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of modern - day Pakistan, from 1451 to 1526. The site is now protected by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI).