Your Delhi Shopping Guide: Which Market Is Closed On Which Day?

Delhi market

Do you know that Delhi is also known as one of the best places for street shopping?

Yes, you heard it right!

Delhi has some amazing markets where you can go bonkers with the kinds of stuff they sell.

Unfortunately, there is one thing that you need to keep in mind and that is, one which days these markets are open and on which days closed.

As per Delhi government rule, a market has to remain closed for a day in a week. And to maintain this, every market in Delhi have been specified a given date on which it will remain closed.

So now the question is how come you know, the market that you are planning to visit today evening is actually open or closed?

That is why this article is so important. As I have listed down some of the famous and most visited street markets and the particular days on which it remains closed.

Before starting with this long list, would suggest you to give a read to these two articles on Delhi.
You would surely love it:
Delhi Has Finally Got It’s New Flea Market Which Is As Cool As Goa!
Best old Delhi street food joints which you must try when in Delhi

So let’s dig in the list:

Sarojini Nagar Market

sarojini nagar market
Source: https://lbb.in/delhi/sarojini-pre-winter-shopping/

Closed on: Monday

Sarojini Nagar market is one of the most sought-after places for many delhites. A hub for fashionable clothes at reasonable prices. From rejected export clothing to export-surplus garments, it has everything at throwaway prices. The market remains closed on Monday, although the best day to visit Sarojini Nagar market is Tuesday since this is the day when all the new stock comes in.

Noida Sector 18 (Atta Market)

ATTA Market Noida
Source: http://shopping-mall-in.blogspot.com/2013/03/biggest-shopping-mall-in-india-opens-in.html

Closed on: Tuesday

Atta market or the Noida Sector 18 market is the heart of Noida. It has pubs, discs, street shops, dining lounges, bars, malls and many more. You can just roam around the whole day but cannot get bored. However, do keep a check on Tuesday as many shops in this market remain closed that day.

Connaught Place & Janpath

Janpath Market
Source: https://lbb.in/delhi/heres-guide-street-shopping-janpath-market-delhi/

Closed on: Sunday

Tibetan market in Janpath is one of the iconic places in Janpath & Connaught place. The market is the center of shopping freaks as it provides you with a wide range of Tibetan clothes, jackets, sweaters, accessories and many more. However, the market remains closed on Sundays. Even many restaurants in Connaught place keeps the door closed in the mornings and open during the evenings

Palika Bazaar

Palika Bazaar
Source: http://therodinhoods.com/post/e-commerce-the-great-indian-palika-bazaar/

Closed on: Sunday

An underground air-conditioned market famous for its cheap electronic goods, fashionable clothes, tattoos, the market has everything that you might look for. The market remains closed on Sundays. So plan accordingly.

Paharganj Market

Paharganj Market
Source: http://www.divazzo.com/fashion/paharganj-a-junk-jewelry-hub/

Closed on: Monday

One of the most chaotic, busiest, dirty and noisy markets is the Paharganj market. The market is just located near New Delhi Railway Station. A bargainers paradise which remains closed on Mondays.

Khan Market

Khan Market
Source: https://lbb.in/delhi/chatter-house-opened-khan-market/

Closed on: Sunday

Yes, Khan market is a little bit costly but it is one of the top hangout places in Delhi & NCR.  This market has some of the best eating and shopping joints. Even Sunday being the busiest day, some small shops tend to remain closed on this day.

Kamla Nagar Market

Kamla Nagar Market
Source: http://www.catchnowdelhi.com/3409-2kamla-nagar/

Closed on: Monday

Located just next to the North Campus of Delhi University, this market is a popular hangout place for many college students. The market is jotted with fashion brands, street shops, and spicy food. Being a market just near to college the places has some amazing variety of fashionable clothes that too at very reasonable rates.

GK M Block Market

GK M Block Market
Source: https://eattreat.in/restaurants-in-gk1-n-block

Closed on:  Tuesday

Just to let you know, the GK M block market is not a place for some street shopping. The market is known for its fashionable retail outlets and luxurious showrooms. Locals come here to shop branded clothes and designer wear. The GK M block market remains closed on Tuesday.

Jwala Heri Market

Jwala Heri Market
Source: http://www.catchnowdelhi.com/flea-market-west-delhi-jwala-heri/

Closed on: Wednesday

Jwala Heri market is one of the busiest markets in Delhi NCR region. The market is famous for its apparel shopping. And trust me, you have to be on your toes as there is so much to choose from. Take some time in hand and explore Jwala Hari Market in Paschim Vihar Delhi. The market remains closed on Wednesday.

Karol Bagh Market

Karol Bagh Market
Source: https://www.ixigo.com/karol-bagh-market-new-delhi-india-ne-1754390

Closed on: Monday

One of the oldest and most commercialized markets in Delhi. Its chaotic but that is what Delhi is all about. Visiting Karol Bagh is an experience that you should never miss. From electronics, handbags, cosmetics, footwear, spices it has everything that a shopper may look for. The market remains closed on Monday.

Nehru Place Market

Nehru Place Market
Source: https://www.proptiger.com/guide/post/why-delhis-nehru-place-needs-a-saviour

Closed on: Sunday

Nehru Place is the largest IT and computer market where you will find everything related to computers, software, hardware and other IT related stuff. Nehru Place market remains closed on Sundays. However, you will still find some street sellers selling microphones, phone covers, and other accessories.

INA Market

INA Market
Source: http://www.journeyb.com/2016/08/ina-market-eat-pray-love.html

Closed on: Mondays

INA or also known as The Indian National Army Market can be termed as the food bazaar of Delhi. If you are not getting something then you will get it here. It has everything from fresh seafood, meat, vegetables, and fruits and so on. The market remains closed on Mondays.

Kailash Colony Market
Kailash colony market

Closed on: Tuesday

Tuesday is the day when the Kailash Colony market remains closed. Or else, you will see a bunch of college students hanging out in the market or looking for their daily groceries and other stuff.

Lajpat Nagar Market

Lajpat Nagar market
Source: https://selfdrivetrips.wordpress.com/2015/10/15/lajpat-nagar-market-the-girls-heaven-for-shopping/

Closed on: Monday

Looking for Salwar suits and Kolhapuri Chappals?
Then the Lajpat Nagar Market is the place for you.
However, it remains closed on Mondays.

Kirti Nagar Furniture Market

Kirti Nagar Furniture Market
Source: https://so.city/delhi/article/an-affordable-hub-in-west-delhi-make-your-way-to-the-kirti-nagar-furniture-market

Closed on: Monday

Looking for furniture or a couch or a dining table for your new home, then the Kirti Nagar Furniture market is the place for you. It is basically a hub for all your furniture requirements. However, prefer not to visit on Mondays as the market remain closed and you will only disappointment there.

Hauz Khas Village

hauz khas village
Source: http://in.blouinartinfo.com/news/story/951267/top-5-places-to-hang-out-at-hauz-khas-village

Closed on: Mondays

Boutiques, shops, cafes, pubs, and graffiti a place which seems more like a foreign street. A place popular among party lovers remains closed on Mondays.

Rajouri Garden Market

Rajouri Garden market
Source: https://www.whatsuplife.in/delhi/blog/hauz-khas-village-rajouri-garden-delhi/

Closed on: Wednesday

Rajouri Garden is the shopping hub for all West Delhi residents. Weekends and weekdays are always a busy affair and you will not find even a single free space. Unfortunately, the market remains closed on Wednesdays.

Chawri Bazaar

Chawri Bazaar
Source: http://elevatorservice.in/lift-repair-amc-chawri-bazar-delhi-india/

Closed on: Sunday

If you are a bride or groom then Cawri Bazaar is the place for you. As this market is famous for its horde of wedding card printers. Feeling starved after a day of shopping then dive into the delicious street food options like jalebis, halwa and so on. But prefer staying away from Chawri Bazaar on Sundays, as it remains closed on Sunday.

South Extension Market

South Extension Market
Source: https://www.delhipedia.com/home/Article/Market&Shopping/Stop-and-Shop—Things-to-do-in-South-Ex-c0afe708

Closed on: Mondays

Fancy buildings, high-end brands, amazing eateries is the jewel of both South Ex I & II market, however, better avoid both the markets on Mondays as they prefer closed shutters that day. The food joints remain open, though.

Shankar Road Market

Shankar Road Market
Source: https://lbb.in/delhi/shankar-road-market-everything-sneakers-gadgets-biryani-kulfis/

Closed on: Mondays

A small Delhi market but famous among many delhites for its street food joints, shopping joints, electronic stores, repair centers and many more. The market remains closed on Mondays so plan accordingly.

East Patel Nagar Market

East Patel Nagar Market
Source: http://www.catchnowdelhi.com/yummy-food-joints-street-food-lovers/

Closed on: Mondays

East Patel Nagar Market never sleeps apart from Mondays. A place filled with tiny cafes, hookah bars, grocery stores and street food vendors. It remains closed on Mondays.

Tibetan Market

Tibetan Market
Source: https://www.delhipedia.com/home/Article/Market&Shopping/Tibetan-Market-0a320396

Closed on: Mondays

Seems small from outside but enter this small gate and you will find a world of stalls selling Tibetan flags, shawls, paintings, statues, cups, mugs and Tibetan artifacts. The Tibetan market remains closed on Mondays.

Dilli Haat

Dilli Haat
Source: https://www.tripsavvy.com/dilli-haat-delhi-market-1539681

Open on all days

‘Haat’ means Bazaar and Delhi Haat is basically a sophisticated and upgraded version of a village bazaar. Delhi Haat remains open every day of the week.

Hope you liked this article.

Cheerz
ThePoorNomad
(Your Travel Guide)

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