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Janpath Market, Delhi

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One of the most famous markets in Delhi is Janpath Market, Delhi where both Indian and foreign tourists visits frequently.  The market essentially is a long line of boutique stores selling products which are hard to find even in the malls and big stores.  You can purchase souvenirs, junk jewellery, home décor, footwear and apparels of your choice here.  Tourists also want to visit here during Delhi Darshan Bus Tour.

Gujarati and Tibetan Market are the two principal streets. Both combinly represent the whole of Janpath Market, Delhi. Kashmiri stuff such as woolen scarves, Pashmina shawls, suit sets, handwoven kurtis, brass artifacts, Chinese lamps, wooden stationery items, and so on are the chief attractions here.

After visiting Janpath Market if you have more spare time you can visit at the following nearby places according to your interest and time.  These all places are at the walk-able distance.

Other Tourist Spots near to Janpath Market, Delhi:

  • Jantar Mantar : It is 300 year old astronomical observatory. Since, It is around 50 meters far from Janpath Market, hence, you can walk upto it.
  • Pracheen Hanuman Mandir: It is around 150 meters far from Janpath Market, hence, you can walk upto it.  Since, Tuesday and Saturday are the special days of worship. When devotees come in large numbers at the temple.
  • Bangla Sahib Gurudwara: It is very beautiful.  Since, it is clean and well managed Gurduwara.  Because, it is open for all faiths, so you may always see that people are visiting here all the times. It is hardly 150 meters far.  Hence, no conveyance is required.
  • Charkha Museum: NDMC has made the Charkha Monument on the park above Palika Parking. It is also on the same road hardly 100 meters.

Other Markets nearby Janpath Market, Delhi:

  • Palika Bazar: It is located in front of gate No. 6 of Rajeev Chowk Metro Station. There are around 400 shops selling a different range of items. It is around 300 meters far from State Emorium.
  • State Emporia/ Emporium Delhi is situated on Baba Kharak Singh Marg in front of the Pracheen Hanuman Mandir and Nearby Shivaji Stadium. Therefore, you can locate it easily. You will find arts and handicrafts famous in different  State Emporia/ Emporium Delhi. It is also 150 meters far from Janpath Market, you can walk upto it easily.
  • Connaught Place: In spite of the many markets in Delhi, but, on the other hand Connaught place is the largest commercial center in the New Delhi.

Museums Near Janpath Market:

Metro Museum : The Metro Museum at Patel Chowk Metro station showcases the origin, history and journey of the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC). The museum, a collection of display panels, historical photographs and exhibits, traces the origin of the Delhi Metro which took 32 years to reach the operational stage from the drawing boards. It also around 200 meters far from Janpath Market, Delhi.

Finally in conclusion to above:

Delhi is a very big city. Before arriving here, we will recommend you to do some homework. And shortlist, where to go, what to do in Delhi. This exercise will save you, from last minute confusion.

Janpath Market, Delhi Timings

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Morning

Evening

Monday

10am

9pm

Tuesday

10am

9pm

Wednesday

10am

9pm

Thursday

10am

9pm

Friday

10am

9pm

Saturday

10am

9pm

Sunday

Closed

Closed

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