Janpath Market a shoppers paradise in Delhi



Janpath is the most popular street market in Central Delhi. It is the haunt of models and designers shopping, tourist for ethnic chic and college students for all stuff that is in but yet affordable.

Janpath is ideal bargain-hunting territory. the more u bargain the best price you get. the prices of the items their are based on how much you can afford to pay. the street market stretches about 500 meters from the outer circle of CP to the Imperial Hotel.
Most shops will have an assortment of Kurtis, skirts, junked accessories, scarves and other apparel.


One can find the seasonal stock in this market so as winter comes you will find more shawls and scarfs and as summer arrives you will find more skirts and spaghetti-strap tops. You will also find a good range of footwear, hand bags and sun glasses too.

Many facilities are provided with in a walking distance from Janpath for the tourists, lets have an over view of it as we start from Jeevan Bharti building facing towards the Janpath market on the right side of the road we have Money Changer, Tantra, Hira Lal Bros, Bon Ton Opticians, New Bookland, Police Asst. Booth, Depaul's, Stillettos, Tibetan Market, Kala Niketan Shoes, Adarsh, Novelty Palace, Handloom House, Leathersmith, Crafto, Khub Chand Kashmiri Emporium, Gift Art Center, Western Court, whereas on the other side of the road we have Tribhuvandas Bhimji Zaveri, Western Union Money Transfer, Kapoor Lifestyle,Bank Of Rajasthan, Lawrence and Mayo, Canara Bank, Punjab National Bank, Lufthansa, Saravana Bhawan, Royal Nepal Airlines, Pyarelal Building, Cottage Emporium, Kidwai Bhawan, Chanderlok Building, Eastern Court.

Janpath

Janpath is one of the radial roads which connect CP to India Gate. From India gate , take Asoka road upto Le Meridian Hotel and take right at windsor place and take round about to turn onto Janpath. Janpath is situated next to the Jeevan Bharti building, this building of Jeevan Bharti in easily visible from each and every corner of Cannaught Place.

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August 18, 2010 at 12:34 AM delete

Amazing article thanks I love your blog

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March 28, 2011 at 12:37 PM delete

India is a wonderful place for tourists, but local people are really in need.
I thought Argentina was in the same situation, but I was not right. The apartment for rent Buenos Aires was much better than the one I rented in Delhi.

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