Founded in 1951, Khan Market happens to be one of the
expensive and largest markets in the capital city, Delhi. The site is named
after Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan. The double-storey market, which once had 74
flats and 154 floors, has now grown to become the costliest retail street. It
is located in the heart of Delhi i.e. at a short distance from India Gate.
Government and private firms, complexes, and gardens can be found around the
market. The market is rated as the world’s 21st costliest sector. For shopaholic it is one of the best places to visit in Delhi.
The Khan Market is a paradise for shopaholics. With several
showrooms and high-end stores, the market has everything the branded-products
shopper looks for. You can find here an exclusive range of items including
bookstores, jewelry shops, delicacies, sweet and food stalls, electronics,
paints, fabric and apparel stores, accessories, kitchenware, and so on. Don’t
forget to savor Tikkas and Seekhs at Khan Chacha’s store.
The market stays open every day except for Sunday. No matter
how late it gets, the market stays open until midnight. Apart from the branded
items, the specialty of Khan Market is the delicious Kebabs and variety of
cuisines. Overall, it is a one-stop platform for all the shopaholics and
foodies. Whether you are a tourist or based in Delhi, you should schedule a
visit to Khan Market to explore the cultural and branded items. Be careful!
Being the classy and expensive retail street, Khan Market has lots of items
that can draw a huge hole in your pocket. The positive fact is that all retail
and showrooms have high-quality and exquisite products to offer. A tour around
this market is a must for Delhiites and tourists. It’s the best place to find
some decent souvenirs that you could show to your family back home.