No trip to Delhi would be complete without a visit to one of the
bazaars that surround Chandni Chowk (Moonlight Square) in Old
Delhi, where shops and stalls display a wonderful array of goods,
and offer a pungent and colourful insight into everyday Delhi life.
Chandni Chowk has a large number of galis (lanes) and each one is
different, with its own atmosphere and selection of goods to
Naya Bazaar, on Khari Baoli, is the spice market, displaying a
wonderful range of seasonings in neat, colourful piles. The nearby
Gadodia Market is the wholesale spice market. Hundreds of spices
and condiments can be found there, including aniseed, ginger,
pomegranate, saffron, lotus seeds, pickles and chutneys, to name
just a few.
Chor Bazaar sits behind the ramparts of the Red Fort and comes
to life on Sundays to trade a collection of 'second-hand' goods.
Chawri Bazaar was once notorious for the ladies who beckoned men
from the arched windows and balconies above the street - but tod
Opening Time: Most shops are open from 10am to 6pm, Monday to