Your Search For A Decent Street Shopping Place Will End At Laxmi Nagar Market

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What Makes It Awesome

I recently discovered this new face of flourishing market at Laxmi Nagar when I was looking for a dress to wear at the Fresher's party. This place comes up with the prevailing fashion trends without burning a hole in your pocket. There are these local retailers {like the ones in Sarojini Nagar or Janpath} who bring to you the ongoing pieces of clothing items. There is so much to discover in this market with prices well-grounded. You can also find all the miscellaneous stuff to accessorize your look for an occasion or any ordinary day. With all the selected and junk jewellery that you can look for to make your everyday look to pop-up!

What Could Be Better?

The best part is that when you encounter so much diversity of products you have more alternatives to choose from. Especially when all the festivities and Diwali is on your mind, your ethnic enthusiasm is fastened and such markets just get you on the right track. Here, you can mix 'n' match with a kurta from here, palazzo from there and accessories from some other seller. All this can be availed at a very reasonable price as it is a highly competitive bazaar with lots and lots of dealers.

What's My Pro Tip?

The nearest metro station is Laxmi Nagar on the Blue Line. As you step down, take a rickshaw {for no more than INR 20} or it is a 15-minute walk to the starting point of the market. It is a basic one long road market with small tributaries that might take you into the streets of Laxmi Nagar where the residential area begins {except the Subhash Chowk street that has its own market for grocery shopping, gold jewellers and miscellaneous shops for bags and purses that you can always check out!}. So you won't get lost in any way! Make sure to carry your own jute or cloth bags that are strong enough to compile all your purchases. Wear comfy shoes. Be there on time as the evenings during festivals are mostly thronged.

Anything Else?

If you wanna enjoy the real vibes of a colourful bazaar with jostling crowd, try coming on a Tuesday {the weekly market day, when it is too crowded to step in}. Happy Shopping!