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THE MOST FAMOUS CHOR-BAZAAR!
One of the most exciting sites to visit in Delhi is Chor Bazaar, which is situated in the oldest section of the city. Chor Bazaar, the city’s largest thrift store, provides whatever you could possibly want to buy. You name it, they have it: books, clothes, shoes, athletic gear, cameras, stationery, and antiques. There are numerous activities you may do when visiting this wonderful market, which is lively and crowded all day long. For all of you first-timers excited to visit this fantastic market, City First has managed to compile a list of things to buy for the things you can anticipate while visiting the market.
Sundays are a fantastic day to visit Chor Bazaar because Daryaganj’s famous Sunday book market is right next door and offers amazing prices on books. The store sells everything at costs that are unfathomable, including novels, exam prep books, textbooks, and a planner. The location is a book lover’s paradise with books starting at INR 20. One of the most astounding features of the market is the availability of books at a price of INR 100/kg, which is unheardof and irresistible to any reader.
Chor Bazaar frequently receives returned merchandise from well-known retailers like Louis Vuitton, Raymond’s, Zara, H & M, and Forever 21. By visiting this market, where apparel items can be purchased for as little as INR 50, you can possess every brand available without breaking the bank. Take your time and visit the market to get your hands on the best items since the clothes are stacked along the roadside on bedsheets that have been spread out.
Chor Bazaar has evolved into a central location where aspiring photographers can get all of their equipment because it carries cameras and other items from all the main manufacturers. People are now travelling to Old Delhi to purchase high-end cameras, which start at around INR 2000 and come from brands like Nikon, Canon, Fujifilm, Sony, and Panasonic. While shopping for electronics in this market, you should keep an eye out for genuine products because many low-quality knockoffs also find their way there and easily fool the customers.
MOBILE PHONE AND ACCESSORIES
This market offers everything, from affordable Chinese phones to the most recent iPhone. These phones are incredibly expensive, with iPhones going for as little as INR 5000. In this market, you may also find any phone accessory you would require, including chargers, SD cards, pen drives, headphones, and earphones. These are extremely inexpensive.