Ultimate Guide to the Lajpat Nagar Market in Delhi

Ultimate Guide Lajpat Nagar

Lajpat Nagar Market in Delhi

Lajpat Nagar market in Delhi is an upscale market for wedding shopping. Here is what you can find in the Lajpat nagar market.

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Lajpat Nagar Market – Delhi

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Lajpat Nagar II, Lajpat Nagar, New Delhi, Pin code – 110024, India 

Opens at 10:00 a.m. 

Closes at 9:00 p.m.

Opens from Tuesday to Sunday

Closed on Monday 

Nearest Metro station is Lajpat Nagar Metro station 

How to get there? 

Lajpat Nagar Market is located in South East District of Delhi. The nearby Metro Station is Lajpat Nagar Metro Station which is located on both Violet and Pink line. From Lajpat Nagar metro Station take exit from gate no 2 as it is nearest to the Central Market. From Lajpat Nagar Metro station the market is at 0.5km distance so you do not need to book a cab or you can also take a cycle rickshaw to the market.

Distance to the market from Indira Gandhi International Airport is around 15 Km

From New Delhi Railway Station is around 10 Km 

From Nizamuddin Railway Station is around  6 Km

From Kashmiri Gate bus stand is around  17 Km

Why go to Lajpat Nagar Market? 

Lajpat Nagar Market is a typical Indian market situated in South East District of Delhi . This market is full of road side vendors as well as a lot of street food stalls. This market offers you various products like Western wear, ethnic wear, Footwear, Accessories, Home decors, bags, crockery, street food stalls etc being sold on roadside stalls mostly at fixed but cheaper price. Lajpat Nagar Market is also known as Central Market

Here are so many vendors selling clothes, jewellery, crockery, juttis (Belly shows) and most importantly street food. This market is a perfect place for all the shopaholics out there. Lajpat Nagar Market is a great cloth market as there are various vendors selling large varieties of fabrics like Phulkari, Kundan work, Zari etc

If you have some Indian wedding to attend and you want to wear some Ethnic wear then you should go to Lajpat nagar as this market offers you a wide range of ethnic wear.

What should you buy from Lajpat Nagar Market

There are lots of things for which you can choose this market for shopping like


In Lajpat Nagar Market you will find variety of clothes. The speciality of this market is, you will not only get the variety of western wear but also a wide range of ethnic wear too.

Juttis – Local Shoes with Embroidery

If you want to buy some juttis for a proper Indian look then just go to Lajpat Nagar Market and buy a good pair for yourself. You will find a lot of options in juttis too like Kolhapuris, Punjabi Juttis, Ghungroo juttis, printed juttis etc.

Salwar lane

There is a Salwar lane that exists at Lajpat Nagar Market. If you are a person who likes wearing salwar suit then you must go there. There you will get all types of suits- stitched, semi stitched. If you do not want to buy ready-made suit you can also look for fabrics.


When you think of buying some clothes you can’t stop yourself from thinking what all accessories will go with that outfit. So yes, this place offers you all the accessories like bangles, Choker, amazing earings and lots more that will complete your look.


At this place you will find crockery at a very affordable price

What is Lajpat Nagar Market famous for?

There are lots of things to like about this market.

Wide range of wedding wear

Here you will find a wide variety of ethnic wear. You will find vendors who are offering not only the stitched Indian clothes but also semi stitched and half stitched products. 

Good street food

Dolma Aunty’s Momos

If you are a momos lover then you should try momos at this place. Dolma Aunty’s momo stall is the heart of this market. This stall is a perfect place to fulfil your craving for momos. 

Lentil fritters also called Ram Ladoos

If you are a street food lover then this is one thing which you should try as it is not so common in other markets. Ram ladoos are fried pakoras made from moong daal or Chana daal. It is a very popular street food in Delhi. Try Ram Laddos served with Green coriander chutney.

Piercing and Tattoos vendors 

There is one thing in this market which you will not easily find in other markets which is vendor offering piercing and tattoos services.

Other Restaurants in and near the Lajpat Nagar Market 

This market is full of eateries including both tge Street food as well as some good food chain outlets. If you are a street food lover there are various stalls like 

  • Dolma Aunty’s momos(as already mentioned)
  • chat bhandars
  • Chuski (Gola) stalls and many more. 

Incase, you are allergic to street food or avoids eating street food then there are so many food chain outlets there like KFC, Hira Sweets, QD’s, Bikanerwala etc. 
Apart from local cloth vendors you will also find branded clothing stores there. Some of these are

  •  The Raymond Shop
  •  Woodland
  •  BlackBerrys Apparels
  • Louis Philippe
  • Aurelia
  • Monte Carlo etc. 

Points to remember while going to Lajpat Nagar

  • Being a road side market offering clothes at cheaper rate this market is always crowded so take care of your wallet and phone as pick pocketing is common. 
  • Although there are many parking areas available, still you may face a bit difficulty in finding a parking lot near the market so it would be better if you go by public transport as it is well connected with road and metro. 
  • You will get all the products at a very affordable price but yes if you have bargaining skills, you can get them at a lower price. 
  • While buying anything from roadside vendors be very clear about the size of the clothes as there is no trial room there. 

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