Shopping Malls in delhi
Ansal Plaza
Ansal Plaza is huge shopping complex built in Andrew Ganj in South Delhi. It is a posh hang out from where you can buy branded and designer wears, accessories and others. The food courts there are especially popular. It is open to all on all days.

DLF City Centre
DLF City Centre is situated at Mehrauli in South Delhi. It is fully air conditioned with voracious window put on views and exclusive styling. People hang out here for retail outfits such as Heritage, Tommy Hilfiger, Bombay Selections, UCB etc.

CTC Plaza
CTC Plaza is located in Pitampura and is a popular option for wedding shopping. Sarees, Lehengas, Salwar Kamiz and others in any range can be found here. Not that CTC Plaza is limited in anyway. It has show rooms of many national and international brands and numerous food joints.

AEZ Square
AFZ Square is situated in Vikaspuri near the landmark PVR Cinema. Providing an unlimited number of options for shopaholics and gourmets this shopping mall provides perfect entertainment for families and small groups. There are also games centres for children and Music World with browsing facility.

SAB Mall
SAB Mall is situated in sector 27 of Noida, a blooming IT centre near Delhi. It has a ‘home walk section’ which specializes in home appliances, kitchen ware and a whole range of electronic goods not to mention junk ornaments which are favourites among the youth. This mall is closed on Tuesdays.

Sahara Mall
Away from the hustle-bustle of heavy traffic and stuffed markets in Faridabad, SRS World, promises a day full of fun and entertainment. A massive space occupied by McDonald's Nescafe, Archies and PVR multiplex hint at the young and jovial spirit of the shopping center.

Metro Walk Mall
Metro Walk Mall is noted for its sheer size and is one of the biggest in Delhi. It also has an amusement park which is called as Adventure Island. You can find clothes and other items of any brand, national or international in this mall.

Popular Markets for Shopping in Delhi

Dilli Haat
Dilli Haat is the most visited market cum food square in Delhi by tourists for it has stalls representing all the 27 states in India. Nothing gives a stronger impression of Indian diversity than see the capsule form of different tastes and traditions in the country. It is located near AIIMS in the city centre.

Janpath and Tibetan Market
Janpath (People's Path) and Tibetan Market is in CP, opposite to Palika Bazaar. They are perennially strewn with hordes of budget travelers for you can get almost any articles or curios at affordable costs. Tibetan Market is especially famous for handicrafts and it is a good long walk.

Khan Market
Khan Market mainly focuses on foreigners for it is a tad too expensive for an average Indian. Since it is surrounded by residences of high officials and such big noise who can afford it, the market has flourished a lot. It is near the landmark, India Gate close to Lodhi Gardens.

Paharganj means hilly neighbourhood. It is situated very close to New Delhi railway Station. It has numerous budget hotels and a wide array of little shops selling almost anything under the sun at surprisingly less costs. It also owes its popularity to cheap multi cuisine restaurants.

Chandni Chowk
Chandni Chowk means moonlit market and it is eternally busy with vendors and shoppers alike. It is a major cultural hub. It is opposite to Red Fort and was built by Emperor Shah Jahan for his daughter’s shopping. It is one of the major aspects of the walled city of Old Delhi. Chandni Chowk is one of the most famous places for shopping in Delhi.