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After years of disturbance South Ex -! a market is back with its Old Charm... New Improved look is ready to Welcome you after the start of Pink line Metro. Get Ready to enjoy the upcoming Festivity. As a Customer eyeing to get Good Offers...More
The South Ex market as its better known as seems to have lost its charm. Its quite a parking nightmare, trying to get in and out can be a daunting affair. Plus hard to get from one end to another (across the main road). Best...More
you can find large showrooms - westside, jewellery shops and also small/ mid-sized showrooms with small international restaurants like mcdonalds and dominos. besides, coaching institutes are also here like akash medical wing
This is a good hangout and shopping destination in South Delhi. Wide range of shops for apparels including ethnic wear is available. Also good for jewellery and footwears. Some fine restaurants too are present here.
this market is quite big and has stores for pretty much all the brands. Its very good for shopping of apparels, ethnic wear, bridal wear, jewellery and foot wear. It is home to some really nice restaurants and cafes. You can spend an entire day...More
South delhi is considered posh areas and the prices at this place reflect that .Its a shopping heaven for elite . I find it expensive though .Big showrooms ,Jewellery big names etc.etc.Located on Ring road this place is easily reachable
This is a market in two parts with a number of high end showrooms for ethnic wear and jewelry. It is mainly mid-range and high-end shops so you need a decent budget. There are restaurants available but not the most luxurious type. Travelling from part...More
A residential neighbourhood more popular for its shopping extravaganza at display, South Ex (as known popularly) with Lajpat Nagar joining the party within a few minutes is where the local families of Delhi shop. A hot favourite with wedding shoppers, the busy South Ex market sprinkled with cafes, restaurants and bars, is home to the best of Indian shopping suiting
every style and trend, while Lajpat Nagar is a great example of a typical Indian bazaar, with a mix of roadside stalls & shops selling artwork, crockery to clothing, shoes & accessories, food kiosks (try the Tibetan momo) and mehendi sellers, applying delicate henna designs on outstretched palms. The markets remain closed on Mondays but are crowded to the hilt on other days, luring crowds with its amazing bargains.