A brilliant city with pleasant contradictions, the capital of India, is a shoppers’ haven. From Old Delhi to New Delhi, the markets of the place store a galaxy of amusement and surprise packages for the potential holiday shopper. The hotspots include the Chandni Chowk bazaar, Jnak Puri, Jannath, Karol Bagh, Khan Market and Dilli Haat. One of the oldest as well as busiest markets of Delhi, Chandni Cowk showcases a variety of ethnic Indian food and authentic Indian sarees. The home to the chaat giant Haldiram’s, the narrow lanes of the bazaar also comprise of shops selling clothing, books and leather goods. Dilli Haat houses stalls representing every Indian state and at Janpath, one can find a Tibetan market offering a wide array of Himalayan arts and crafts including beads, wall hangings and musical instruments. Janakpuri blocks have at least one local market to boast of and Jwala Hedi is the largest market in West Delhi. Karol Bagh has a plethora of stores vending clothes and automobile parts and Khan Market with its range of showrooms of renowned brands such as Benetton, Nike and Addidas, is one of the most expensive shopping places in New Delhi. The holiday shoppers can make the most from the many fix holiday serviced apartments in Delhi, and a timely booking of accommodation is advised to avoid related hassles.