Best Places in Delhi to Shop for Junk Jewellery

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Junk Jewellery has been in demand in India for the past four years and has been on its peak since then. It is not only something that is prospering in indian markets but also is a major export good. People all over the world want to get in the trend of Junk jewellery as it is affordable and keeps you in style at the same time.

1. Pahar ganj Market

One of Asia’s biggest jewellery market, Pahar Ganj, feeds not only the jewellery demand of India but also of the world. From young college girls and firangs in harem pants to exporters who seriously mean business -this haven for junk jewellery has something for all.Pahar Ganj market has around 500 shops which deal in fashion and silver jewellery, handicrafts, clothes, etc.

2. Janpath

Janpath is a street full of treat for the shoppers. But one thing that pops out is their vintage junk jewelleries.
You’ll find yourself in midst of golden junk jewelleries hanging outside almost every shop as you enter the market, from chains to bangles to earrings they have everything in store. It’s a bit expensive than pahar ganj of course as it does not deal in wholesale market,but it’s a bit more concise and suitable for a lazy shopper! You can also find these cool turkish style lamps for decorative purpose here.

3. Lajpat Nagar

Lajpat nagar has its own way of wooing its customers, it offers you a wide range of jewellery in the nook with brightly lit lights enhancing the jewelleries. This market is recommended if you are looking jewelleries for wedding purposes as they have these royal looking earrings which will give you an edge on that lehenga of yours. The price range goes from Rs. 200 to 50 here.


4. Sarojni Nagar

The boundary of sarojini nagar is filled with squatters of junk jewellery. It comes in second after Pahar ganj in terms of prices,though they might not offer you varieties and every second person is roaming with the same chains but on the brighter side you get a good bargaining power and might end up with a jewellery worth only Rs 50.


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