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Places to visit in Delhi

Delhi is the heart of India, the city of cities, and the national capital of India. Especially the favorite destination of dynasties for building capitals. If we talk about exploring the enormous national capital of India, there are many places to visit in Delhi. Interestingly, whoever comes here, completely immerses himself in this beautiful city. Undoubtedly, Delhi has everything to offer to its visitors; Weather it’s about monuments, food, culture, and employment, it’s a thriving destination in India.

Moreover, It was destroyed several times by invaders and fortunately built by many emperors, kings, and Sultans, who truly loved it. Various kings established their rule from here and built many monuments, forts, mausoleums, which are now the best places to visit in Delhi. Apart from this, It is the second-most populous city of India; around 16 million people are living here. Delhi’s rich history is magical.


Qutub Minar is one of the best places to visit in Delhi regarding art & architecture. If I talk about the Qutub Minar complex, many structures possess unbelievable artwork. Importantly, It is the first big Muslim construction in north India. Hindu architecture mixed with Islamic architecture. As a result, it became INDOISLAMIC architecture. Interestingly, there are four important things to visit, Qutub Minar, Quwwat ul Islam Mosque, Tomb of Sultan Altamash, and Alai Minar.

Moreover, Qutub Minar is the tallest tower of bricks built in medieval times with a huge height of 72.5 meters. This five-story tower has 379 stairs; its diameter on the top is 2.75 meters on the bottom, 14.32 meters. Apart from this, they used red sandstone to build this beautiful Minaret. Surprisingly, its art makes us think about the artists who built this marvel without any machine. 

Noticeably, Quwwat ul Islam Mosque is the earliest and first mosque in North India. Qutub ud din aibak built this mosque in 1192. It is a typical mosque with an open courtyard and three entrances (South, North, East). Surprisingly, there is a beautiful calligraphic design on the mosque’s arches. Apart from this, there is one “Iron Pillar” of the 4th century with inscription. 

In addition, Iltutmish’s (Altashm) tomb was India’s first Sultan’s tomb. The white marble grave tomb has three entrances and one dome (now collapsed) on the top. Interestingly, they used three art designs to decorate it, Calligraphy, Flowers, Geometry. Apart from this, Alai Minar is the unfinished minarets of the Khilji dynasty. Sultan Ala Uddin Khilji wanted to build another minaret, but he died. 


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Haji Begum, the wife of Emperor Humayun, built this tomb in 1565-1572, after the death of Humayun in 1556. She chose Mirza Ghiyas (Persian architect) to design it. Interestingly, this beautiful red and white tomb is a great example of Indo-Islamic architecture (a mixture of Indian & Islamic architecture).

Moreover, It’s a “GARDEN TOMB” because you can see the main tomb in the center, surrounded by 4 gardens. The four gardens plan of Mughal, inspired by heaven description in Quran. According to Quran, there are rivers and gardens. Hence, Mirza Ghiyas made a paradise plan to build Humayun’s tomb. Furthermore, The main red and white tomb has three parts. Plinth (platform), Central Hall, and Dome. 

First, The Plinth is a red octagonal platform, which is 45 X 45 meters, and the height is 7 meters. Second, there is a central octagon hall on the Plinth’s center, and they decorated it with red and white stones. Inside the hall, there is a white marble grave in the center. Interestingly, the hall inside is also octagon, surrounded by four small octagonal halls. The windows (jaali) work inside is worth mentioning. Third, on the top, it has 42.5 meters first Persian double Dome of white marble with drum (neck). As well as 6 meters polished gold pinnacle.

Undoubtedly, the Humayun tomb is one of the most exciting places to visit in Delhi, but there are also other structures. Like, Isa khan’s tomb is located near the entrance, it has Delhi sultanate’s architecture. Each dynasty has its style of building structures. Moreover, the Nai ka gumbad, Afsarwal tomb, and mosque Neela gumbad are also inside the tomb. 


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Places to visit in Delhi

Old Delhi or Shahjahanabad was Mughal Capital, During 1648-1857. Emperor Shahjahan built his new Capital city in 1648, After transferring seats from Agra to Delhi. According to historians, In Agra, there was no space left, and the population was increasing. As a result, Shahjahan decided to change the Capital.

Moreover, They designed a beautiful walled city; there is a fort for Emperor, a Friday mosque, Chandi chowk famous Bazar, and many gates to enter the city. Today’s world is a symbol of Delhi; you can enjoy delicious foods, shop many things, and visit historic places. For example, Red Fort, beautiful Jama Masjid, and Chandi Chowk.


Iconic Red fort is located in Old Delhi, and it was the official residence of Mughal emperors. They built it from 1638 to 1648 and used red sandstone to complete it. Interestingly, the fort once had the most beautiful structure around the world. For example, Rang Mahal and Khas Mahal were not less than jewels. The beauty of white marble, pietra dura, silver, and the gold roof was incredible. Sadly, many invaders plundered the fort and looted valuable things. After all, It still has many things to visit and attract visitors. For example, Naubat Khana, Chhata Chowk, Lahori Gate, Khas Mahal, Rang Mahal, Savan Bhado Mahal, Dewan e aam, Dewan e Khas, etc.

Moreover, Jama Masjid, or Friday Mosque, is located in Shahjahanabad ( Old Delhi). Emperor Shahjahan built it in 1650-1656. There was a hillock; they decided to build a mosque on the hill. According to history, Shahjahan wanted to build God’s house above his house (Red fort). Moreover, The mosque has three double domes of white marble, two 45 meters minarets, and a beautiful 27 meters hall. Importantly, the artists carved and decorated it with passion. 

Interestingly, Chandni Chowk is one of the best places to visit in Delhi to buy local items. Empress Jahanara, the daughter of Emperor Shahjahan, designed Chandni chowk or Moonlight square. Interestingly once it had a water canal with a fountain, the market started from Lahori gate ends at Fatehpuri Masjid. Apart from this, there are many clothes, jewelry, and spices bazaars. You also can enjoy delicious fast food here. 






Places to visit in Delhi

In 1911 British Empire took the extraordinary decision to shift to the Capital city and chose Delhi as their Capital. The reason to leave Calcutta and build New Delhi was purely political. According to history, many national movements were going on in Bengal. Interestingly, the British empire chose Sir Edward Lutyen as the architect of New Delhi. Indeed, he did a remarkable job and designed a beautifully planned city with every facility to govern the country. There are numerous tourists in New Capital among the best places to visit in Delhi.

Importantly, The President House was earlier Viceroy’s house is the main attraction of New Delhi. There are 340 rooms, huge Mughal gardens, a Stable library, etc. They used red and cream sandstone to build the President’s house. Apart from this, North and South Blocks are the house of important ministries and PMO.

In addition, India Gate is the symbol of New Delhi. This huge 42 meters gate has an interesting story of its construction. British Empire wanted to make a memorial for Indian soldiers who gave their lives during the First World War and the Third Anglo-Afghan war. As a result, they built this huge gate and carved more than 80000 names of soldiers on it. 

Moreover, there is the Prime Minister House, Vice President house, headquarters of many ministries and defense forcesSupreme court, etc. You also can see many bungalows of members of Parliament.

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Safdar Jung tomb is near airport of Safdar Jung and the T Point of Lodhi road and Arbindo marg. This beautiful red and white stone tomb was India’s last Mughal garden tomb. Interestingly, Mirza Mansoor Khan was Nawab of Awadh; Later, he became wazir (Prime Minister) of the Mughal empire in 1748. He died in 1753, and his son Shuja Ud Daula asked the Mughal emperor to permit him to build his tomb. Finally, an Abyssinian architect designed this tomb and completed it. 

Moreover, They used four gardens paradise plan to build this beautiful tomb. The main tomb is in the center of these four gardens and four water canals with fountains. Importantly, the main central hall is situated on red sandstone platforms. Particularly, there are four adjoining minarets at every corner of the central hall if you see it. On the top, you can see a beautiful white marble dome. Apart from this the paintings on the entrance are worth mentioning. Undoubtedly, the Safdarjung tomb is one of the most artistic places in Delhi.

Importantly, after the death of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb, Mughal Empire weakened. As a result, strong nobles started ruling their states independently but Under the Mughal Flag. For Example, Asaf Jha found Hyderabad, Sadaat Khan found Awadh, and Murshid Quli Khan Found Bengal (Bengal was already there; he had just become independent in the region). They all used the title of Nawab and Nizam. 


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Lodhi garden is a complex of gardens and tombs on Lodhi road near Safdarjung tomb. It is also very famous for Morning walks, Picnics, and a lovers meeting point. Interestingly, there are many sections of this garden. For example, the Tomb of Sikander Lodhi, the Tomb of Muhammad Shah, Seesha Gumbad, and Bara Gumbad, etc., Even, there is also a fountain near the tomb of Sikander Lodhi. It is situated on a massive piece of land (90 acres). If you want to spend an evening relaxing, the Lodhi garden is among the best places to visit in Delhi.

Moreover, do many people ask why they called it Lodhi garden? Without a doubt, the answer is Lodhi dynasty rules a large part of India during 1451-1526. Sikander Lodhi was a brave and intelligent ruler; his tomb is located here. There is also Muhammad Shah’s tomb of the Sayyad Dynasty, which ruled 1414-1451. Moreover, the architecture of all structures is Sultanate’s architecture. Delhi Sultanate is a period of 320 years (1206-1526). There are five dynasties, Slave, Khilji, Tughlaq, Sayyad, Lodhi, in Delhi Sultanate.

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Lotus Temple or Baha’i Temple is a place of Worship of Baha’i religion. This beautiful white marble temple is the main attraction and one of the best places to visit in Delhi for free meditation. The total area of the temple is 26 acres; there are gardens main temple, a Lotus pond, and an information center.

Apart from this, The height of the temple is around 34 meters, and the diameter is 70 meters. Interestingly, To give it the shape of Lotus, they build 27 white marble petals (leaves) of Lotus. The central Hall is inside is for meditation and prayer. Fariborz Shah was the temple architect and opened it for the public in 1984.

Moreover, Baha Ullah of Iran found the Baha’i religion in the 19th century. The Baha’i faith talks about the Oneness of God, Oneness of humanity, and unity among all religions. Importantly, they support politics without religion, gender equality, etc. The followers of the Baha’i faith build this temple.

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Akshardham temple of Delhi is one of India’s biggest temples and one of the best places to visit in Delhi for temple and architecture lovers. The meaning of the name of temple is Divine abode of God, is near Akshardham metro station. BAPS (Bochasanwasi Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha) built this temple under Pramukh Swami Maharaj. Interestingly, They opened the temple in 2005 in Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and President of India APJ Abdul Kalam.

Moreover, in the temple, the whole complex displays Hindu culture, tradition, the architecture of 5000 years. They used sandstone and white marble to build this structure. Apart from this, the height of the main temple is 43 meters, 109 meters long, 96 meters wide. Notably, there are 234 pillars with carved sculptures, nine domes, 20000 murtis; the main attraction is Swami Narayan Saint Statute in the center. Elephants statues, along with flora fauna on walls, are worth watching.

Interestingly, Swami Narayan (1781-1830) was a yogi and famous ascetic. He started the revival of Hindu practices. For example, Dharma, Ahimsa, Brahmacharya, his followers believed that Swami was a manifestation of God. Interestingly, he built temples also in his lifetime.

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Rajghat is Samadhi (Cremation place) of Mahatma Gandhi. Sadly, he died in 1948 while praying at his place, and the Govt of India chose this place for his last rights and converted it into his Samadhi. Interestingly, there are gardens, and the main Samadhi of black marble is at the center. Indeed, they killed Gandhi, but he is alive in 1.3 billion Indians.

Moreover, Mohan Das Karam Chand Gandhi was born in 1869. He was very intelligent and went to London to study Law. Finally, Gandhi became a lawyer and started working in South Africa (1893-1914). His Motherland India called him, and he fought a war of Independence with Ahimsa (Non-Violence) method 1915-1948. Unfortunately, one extremist killed him in 1948. Indeed, the world had lost the great person and warrior of Non-violence. Undoubtedly, for peace and Gandhian principal lovers, it is among the best places to visit in Delhi.

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Sunder Nursery is an enormous heritage garden near the Humayun tomb. Earlier, this 90 acres garden was Bagh e Azeem or Azeem Bagh. According to history, Mughals built this garden in the 16th century, consisting of many heritage structures. Interestingly, Aga Khan trust renovated this huge and beautiful garden with the Govt of India. In 2018 after the marathon renovation, they opened it for the Public. The plan is to add more land and make it 900 acres garden. There are many things to visit inside.

MONUMENTS: Sunder Burj, Sunderwala Mahal, Lakkarwala Burj, Mirza Muzaffar Hussain’s Tomb, Chhota Bateshwar wala Tomb, etc. The famous lotus pond of Mughal is also the main attraction here. 

FLORA: There are around 4200 trees in Sunder Nursery’s whole complex. For example, Amrood, Peelu, Pinj, Adusa, Gooler, etc. Apart from this, there are many roses. 

FAUNA: Shikra, Black Dongro, Indian Roller, Red Avadavat, Black Redstart, etc. 

BUTTERFLIES: There are 36 types of butterflies also. For example, Yellow pansy, White Arab, Peacock Pansy, Lemon pansy, etc. Notably, people who appreciate renovation and vegetation Sunder nursery are one of the most exciting places to visit in Delhi.


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Hauz Khas means Royal water tank. In the 13th century, when Ala Uddin Khilji was ruling, he made this water tank. Interestingly, the whole Hauz Khas complex has many things to watch. For example, Mosque, Madarsa (school), Chor Minar, Tomb and Tomb of Sultan Feroz Shah Tughlaq. Apart from this, there is a deer park also.

Moreover, in recent times Hauz Khas has developed as a major market for shopping and a prominent place for bars and Restaurants. Importantly, you can find many local people here enjoying themselves in restaurants and bars. If you want to experience the city’s modern life, Hauz Khas is one of the best places to visit in Delhi among all.

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Old Fort or Purana Qila was the sixth city of Delhi Deenpanah. Emperor Humayun built his Capital here in the 16th century. Interestingly, in 1540 Shershah Suri defeated Humayun and took Dinpanah. According to history, Shershah made some changes in the fort and fortified it with walls. There are little things left Inside to visit. For example, Qila Khana Mosque, Sher Mandal, and many gates.

Importantly, India’s ancient city is “INDRAPRASHTHA” inside the fort. Archaeological Survey of India excavated the fort and found the remains of the ancient city. Apart from this, Emperor Humayun died in this fort in 1556. For people who want to enjoy the era of Humayun and Shershah Suri, Old fort is one of the best places to visit in Delhi for them.


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Feroz Shah Kotla is the fifth city of Delhi (Firozabad), near Old Delhi. Sultan Ferozshah Tuglaq built a new city, and inside the city, he built his fortress Kotla. Sadly, there are only ruins left, but there is one mosque. Jama Masjid of Kotla is one of the oldest mosques in India located inside the complex. Apart from this, one ancient Ashokan Pillar of 3rd century BCE has an inscription.

Notably, there are seven medieval cities in Delhi and one modern city. Seven cities are Qutub complex, Siri fort, Tuglaqabad, Jahanpanah, Ferozabad, Dinpanah, Shahjahanabad, Lutyen’s Delhi. Kotla is among the best places to visit in Delhi for Delhi Sultanate’s history lovers.


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MEHRAULI ARCHAEOLOGICAL PARK: This huge archaeological park is near the Qutub complex. Notably, there are many significant monuments of many dynasties ( from Tomars to the British Empire). Without a doubt, you can say it has historical importance of 1000 years of continuation. For people interested in learning the history of Delhi, this park is the best place to visit in Delhi. Undoubtedly, you can learn a lot about, Tomar dynasty, Slave Dynasty, Khilji dynasty, Tughlaq dynasty, Lodhi dynasty, Mughal dynasty, British raj. 

Moreover, there are many places to visit, which have architectural importance. The Tomb of Balaban and Quli khan tomb are the main buildings here. Apart from this, there are Jamali Kamali mosque and tombs, Jahaz Mahal, Zafar Mahal, Dargah of Hz Bakhtyar Kaki, Hauz Shamsi, the tomb of Maham Anga and Adham Khan., Raja ki Baoli and Gandhka ki Baoli. 

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GARDEN OF WASTE: This exciting garden is near Sarai Kale Khan. Interestingly, according to a creative idea, they made seven wonders of the world monuments by Industrial waste. 

Moreover, they made the Great Taj Mahal, Eiffel Tower, Mighty Pyramids, spectacular Leaning Tower of Pisa, gigantic Statue of Liberty, magnificent Christ the Redeemer, attractive Colosseum of Italy. Surprisingly, they used 150 tonnes of industrial waste, and the cost was 75 million rupees. They opened it in 2019. You can use the nearest metro Hz Nizamuddin if you want to visit there. 


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GARDEN OF FIVE SENSES:  This five senses garden is near Saket in south Delhi. Pradeep Sachdeva, a Delhi architect, designed this park on 20 acres. Interestingly, Govt of Delhi started building this park in 2000 and opened it in 2003. The total amount they spent was around ten crores. 

Moreover, they used the theme of our five senses to build this project. For example, Touch, Smell, Hear, See. Govt of Delhi organized many cultural programs here also to promote city tourism. This garden is among the best places to visit in Delhi for enjoying nature with cultural activities.


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RAHIM TOMB: The famous Poet (Abdul Rahim Khan) tomb is near Humayun tomb. He was the son of Bairam Khan (Military General) and noble of Emperor Akbar. There are many famous writing of him; Yeh Rahim Dar Dar Firhin is one. In the year 1627, he died in Delhi.

Interestingly, the main is a garden tomb; you can see four gardens around it. If I talk about its architecture, there is a red sandstone platform and a central hall in the center. Notably, there is a white marble dome on the top, and they used red sandstone and white marble to complete it. 

Without a doubt, we should thank Aga Khan trusts who renovated it with the help of Govt. Indeed, it looks so beautiful after renovation. 


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TUGLAQABAD FORT: Ghiyas Uddin Tughlaq, the founder of the Tughlaq dynasty, decided to build a new city to govern. He built Tuglaqabad third city of Delhi, far from other Capitals ( Qutub complex and Siri Fort). Notably, they started building the fort in the 14th century and finished it in the same century. Later this city was abandoned, now there are only ruins left. 

In addition, there is a fort wall and the tomb of Sultan Ghiyas Uddin inside the fort. It is a single dome tomb; they used red stone to build it. Sultan Ghiyas died in 1324 in Delhi. Interestingly, there is a basement also, where you can see ruins of the Meena Bazaar. Apart from this, there is one tomb of Zafar khan also. It is one of the most exciting hidden places to visit in Delhi.

Importantly, famous Sufi saint Hazrat Nizam Uddin Auliya cursed Sultan because Sultan wanted him to leave Delhi. Ghiyas Uddin Tuglaq sent a message to Sufi Saint that I was coming. The Sufi saint replied to him and said ( HUNUZ DILLI DOOR AST) Delhi is still far. As a result, a tent fell into him, and he died. 


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QILA RAI PITHORA: In the 7th century Tomar dynasty founded a city and named it Dihlika. They constructed a strong fort, “Lal Kot,” and started ruling. According to some historians, Prithvi Raj Chauhan of the Chahamana dynasty took this fort in the 12th century. This is why they called it Qila Rai Pithora.

Moreover, The history of Delhi starts with INDRAPRASHTHA, a city of Mahabharatha time. Interestingly, there are no records after that; we found Tomars of Delhi in the 7th century. Interestingly, if you read history, there are Tomars. Chahamanas, Sultan of Delhi, Mughals, and British ruled in Delhi. 

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SIRI FORT: Sultan Ala Uddin Khilji of the Khilji dynasty changed his Capital from Qutub Complex and built a new fort in 1303. They called it Siri fort, located 5 km from the Qutub complex. Sadly, only the ruins of Siri fort are left.

Moreover, Sultans of Delhi built many new cities within Delhi. In Delhi Sultanate’s rule, five dynasties ( Slave, Khilji, Tughlaq, Sayyad, Lodhi) ruled for 320 years. Interestingly, they ruled on a large part of North India. After Delhi Sultanate, Emperor Babur founded Mughal Empire and, later, the British. Finally, India got Independence in 1947. 

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BANGLA SAHIB: Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is a place to worship the Sikh religion, near Connaught Place. Interestingly, the main hall inside can See Guru Granth Sahib (Holy Book). Earlier, they called the area Jaisinghpura because Raja Sawai Jai Singh II had mansions. 

Moreover, Sikh guru Har Kishan stayed here; later, they converted it into Gurudwara. There is an enormous langar hall and a Sarovar ( Tank) inside. Apart from this, there are ten gurus in Sikh Religion, and now Holy Book ( Guru Granth Sahib) is their Guru to guide them. Celebrating Guru parb Bangla Sahib is one of the best places to visit in Delhi.

Undoubtedly, it is free and open all hours.

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BIRLA MANDIR: They also call it the Laxmi Narayan temple. It is near Gole market mandir marg. In 1939 the Birla family dedicated this temple to Vishnu (Preserver) in the presence of Mahatma Gandhi. Inside the temple, you can see lots of small temples also. You can find the Temple of Shri Krishna, Durga, Shiva, Hanuman, and Ganesha.

In addition. In Hinduism, there are three important gods; they call them Trimurti. Vishnu as protector of the universe, Shiva as the destroyer, Brahma as the creator of the universe. Interestingly these gods have their wives also. VISHU AND LAXMI, SHIVA AND PARVATI, BRAHMA AND SARASVATI.

Certainly, it is free, but open at 1:00 to 6:00

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ISKON TEMPLE: The temple’s main deity is Shri Krishna and Radharani. In 1998 in Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpai opened this temple. Achyut Kanvinde was the architect of the Iskon temple. Interestingly, there are many halls for seminars and administration. 

Moreover, there is also a center of GLORY OF INDIAN VEDIC CULTURE. You can see Bhagwat Gita animatronics, Mahabharata experience, Ramayana art gallery, Bhagwat Puran exhibit. Etc. 

Without a doubt, it is free and open (9:00 to 1:00) (4:00 to 9:00)


CHANDNI CHOWK: There are many markets in Chandni Chowk; it depends on what you want to buy. For example, Nai Sadak for ladies’ clothes, Ballimaram for eyeglasses, Khari baoli for spices, etc. 

SADAR BAZAR: It is near Khari baoli; Sadar bazaar is heaven for the people who buy from whole sellers. Importantly, if you want to buy at wholesale rates, Sadar Bazar is the best place to visit in Delhi.

LAJPAT NAGAR: if you want to buy some modern dresses and brands, you can go to Lajpat Nagar. Notably, it is near Lajpat Nagar metro. 

PALIKA BAZAR AND CONNAUGHT PLACE: Undoubtedly, Connaught place is a busy market and a place to hang out. If you want to buy brands, you should go there. Apart from this, there is one underground market, Palika Bazar also. Notably, If you want to buy cheap and the best you can go there, keeping in mind you should know how to bargain. Palika Bazar is one of the best places to visit in Delhi for local shopping at a low price.

SAROJINI NAGAR: This market is very famous among the girls near Sarojni Nagar metro. If you are a girl and desire to buy cheap and best, you can go there. Undoubtedly, this market is one of the best places to visit in Delhi for girls to buy clothes. 

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