If you’ve been in Delhi for a while and haven’t been living under a rock, you’ve definitely been to Janpath. Next time, stop at the Tibetan Market which comprises a strip of road just before you enter the main market and sells a myriad of handicrafts and accessories.
From sound bowls to wooden dragons, this is where to get your hands on affordable and authentic Tibetan home decor. It’s also a great spot for some art hunting. Thangka paintings (these usually depict old gods and goddesses) will bring warmth to the barest of drawing rooms. Don’t forget to pick up a tribal mask or two.
Not really looking for home solutions? Browse through antique brass anklets, silver earrings and wooden necklaces and bracelets. Chances are you’l find a unique design and own something one-of-a-kind. These start as low as INR 100! Oh, and the collection of footwear there is something that you will never forget.
PS: You can visit this market with your friends or family and you will certainly have the best time.