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I planned to visit this place to know what it is about.
Here all stolen things are sold here at cheao rates and some are not original.
Be cautious when you visit this place, you might end up losing your precious things as well. Do...More
Easy to find using uber.you have everything you can think of here all scattered in the road side in the sun.looks messy but if you take the time there are gems to be found.lots of people, cows dogs.but this is India.the bazaar it's self is...More
i just want to get the exprience to see what does it resembel the chor bazar as it is just bhind the jamamasid we can imagen how croudy it could be if you want to pay less foe the good things you must come here...More
Situated on the pavement bang opposite Red fort, it extends for 1.5-2 km till Delhi gate, Daryaganj. Nowadays 'chor' (thief) is not valid, as hardly any stolen items are on sale. But don't worry, the shopkeepers have not changed their principles, it is just that...More
This densely populated neighbourhood of Old Delhi is more than three centuries old and is a prized treasure trove, home to diverse Indian communities is most popular for its heritage havelis, old bazaars and places of worship. Explore the everyday life of the
locals as you walk into the spice, jewellery, dry fruits, wedding markets and build up an appetite for the Indian street food, including stuffed parathas & jalebis and Mughlai food at Karims. Head to the magnificient Jama Masjid for stunning views of Delhi 6, with the iconic symbol of India in the backdrop – Red Fort. The diversity of Old Delhi demands an entire day to truly enjoy all the treasures hidden in this culturally rich part of the city.