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Karol Bagh

 

Karol Bagh DelhiKarol Bagh is located  2 km from New Delhi railway station.Karol Bagh is located in the heart of  , New Delhi. This is one of the oldest shopping areas of the city.  This place is mainly famous for it's shopping complex.The whole of the market has been sub-divided into various roads, streets and markets, each specializing in a particular field. In the following lines, we tell you about these divisions in Karol Bagh of Delhi, India



Ajmal Khan Road

Ajmal Khan Road in Karol Bagh once specialized in inexpensive ready-made garments, cotton yarn and embroidered garments. However, now, this road boasts of big fancy stores, international labels, along with all kinds Indian munchies and masalas (spices) are available here.

Arya Samaj Road
It is one of the best places to buy second hand and new books in Delhi.

Bank Street
The Bank Street in Karol Bagh is known for its numerous Jewelry shops. These shops specialize in jewelry for the bridal trousseau.

Ghaffar Market
Shopping in Karol Bagh, Delhi is incomplete if you haven't been to the Ghaffar Market. There is not a single imported product in India that is not available here. From cosmetics to watches to cell phones to footwear, you will get anything and everything here.

Apart of these special items, you will find other items like furniture and furnishings, carpets and dhurries, tea, fashion accessories and a lot of other items in this excellent market.

Karol Bagh is best known for it's jewellery
Delhi's gold and silver smiths are the most famous in the country and in fact, an entire street in old Delhi is still called the 'silver street'. Besides gold and silver , Delhi offers a variety of precious gems - rubies, emeralds, sapphires and a number of semi-precious stones like cornelian, lapis lazuli, and garnets. Karol Bagh has the maximum number of jewellery shops in Delhi.

Therefore, Delhi's traditional jewellery street is worth a visit. Here, in shops located in narrow lane, visitors will be able to witness craftsmen at work and see designs that are still worn by traditional Indian women. What makes the jewellery from here special is not only the quality of the metal or stone rather the fine workmanship available only in this part of the world!