5 Places In Delhi That Are Heaven For Junk Jewellery Lovers!
Delhi is a paradise when it comes to street shopping. Any one who belongs to this place will surely agree, no matter the crowd, the sweat and the hours-on-end bargaining, street shopping has it’s own charm. And especially when it comes to junk jewellery, Delhi is the place to be!
Whether you are a tourist , visiting for the first time or a regular Delhiite, these are some of the places you need to visit to get your hands on some beautiful junk jewellery at dirt cheap prices.
1. Janpath Market
Janpath market near Connaught Place is great when it comes to silver and bohemian jewellery shops. Though there are a few of them here, but the choice they offer is vast. From silver jhumkis, to bangles, neckpieces and even clutch bags, they have it all. Just adjacent to the market, there is also a Gujarati lane, where you can find local women selling Gujarati handicrafts, decor, and some exquisite jewellery pieces too. Must check out if you’re anywhere near.
2. Dariba Kalan, Chandni Chowk
Dariba Kalan is a jem, hiding in the overcrowded lanes of Chandni Chowk. If you are looking for quality junk jewellery and silver pieces, Dariba Kalan has an entire lane full of just silver jewellery shops selling the real stuff. Nose rings, earrings, and statement necklaces, this place has everything you’re looking for.
3. Central Market, Lajpat Nagar
Lajpat Nagar’s Central market is a paradise for wedding shopping. It is here that you will find big chandbalis, jhumkas, and chudiyan, that you can team up with your next sangeet and mehendi outfit. The prices surely vary, but it will definitely be cheaper than what you find at proper shops. The street vendors sell a varity of options for you to choose from and needless to say, you will need to bargain to get the stuff at the cheapest price.
4. Dilli Haat
Dilli Haat is also another place where you can score great junk jewellery, however the prices may vary. Since the stalls keep changing, it totally depends if you will get your hands on something unique or not. Bargaining here is tough, since the sellers are rigid and also since the market caters to tourists.
5. Kamla Nagar Market
A market made for the students of Delhi university ( its next to the North Campus! ), Kamla Nagar market is perfect when it comes to price point. If you’re buying junk jewellery for the first time and don’t want to spend a lot, this is where you need to go. They sell regular jhumkas and earrings that pair well with everyday stuff. Again, don’t forget to bargain!