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Shopping in Delhi
Fall in love with oversized gold cuffs and bracelets with stone detailing (think onyx, turquoise and coral) at this trendy accessories store that won’t break the bank.
For an authentic taste, literally, of New Delhi, weave through the congested lanes of this bazaar teeming with food stalls, sari shops, electronics stores, and more. Be sure to try the jalebis (pretzel-shaped fried dough marinated in syrup) at Haldiram’s.
Long before green was the new black, this eco-friendly label was designing and selling vegetable-dyed, block-printed tunics, skirts, and shawls. Drop in and shop from a mix-and-match collection of cotton textiles, including bedspreads, tablecloths, and curtains.
Find all-natural clove and saffron soaps, jute-weaved placemats, and other house wares at this Indian equivalent of Crate & Barrel.
Looking for crafts, shawls, and trinkets to pass onto your officemates and neighbors? Look no further than this wide boulevard where hawkers peddle everything from beaded necklaces to postcards. Prepare to talk down prices to less than half the quoted rate.
East meets West at this high-end store stocking big name Indian designers like Kavita Bhartia, Gauri & Nainika, Ashish N Soni, and Sonam Dubal. One thing’s for sure: you won’t find these looks at the Gap, or on your officemate.
If it’s a T-shirt you’re after, head to this pocket-sized shop for plenty of avant-garde threads with attitude.
Even if you don’t buy anything, this newly arrived shopping complex gives Fifth Avenue and Rodeo Drive a run for its money when it comes to window shopping. If you have the cash, the Shantanu & Nikhil boutique, which stocks pastel-hued clutches and chiffon blouses, is worth a visit.
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