Located near the Ashram Chowk in South Delhi, this is a great example of a typical Indian bazaar, with a mix of roadside stalls, shops, food kiosks (try the Tibetan momo) and mehendi sellers, applying intricate henna designs on outstretched palms. The market, which remains closed on Mondays, is crowded to the hilt on other days, luring crowds with its amazing bargains. There is a huge range of artwork and crockery on sale, as well as clothing, shoes and accessories (check out the colorful scarves from $2 up).
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