Sarojini Nagar Map

Locality Map of Sarojini Nagar

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Sarojini Market:

Sarojini's market is a People's market. You don't have to worry too much about soaring prices. It is also commonly known as a bargain bazaar. So you'll need to brush up you bargaining skill before venturing out. But it's not just about the prices. Sarojini market is one of the trendiest-in fashion markets in Delhi. What can beat fashionable dresses at unbeatable prices?

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Named after the woman freedom fighter Sarojini Naidu it is located in a posh area surrounded by Safdarjung Enclave, South Extension, Laxmibai Nagar, Chanakyapuri and Netaji Nagar. The nearest metro station is INA, which can't be more than Rs.30 on Auto.

Sarjini market offers wide arrays of goods from apparels to kitchen wares. But the market is more oriented for ladies. It is one of the most in fashion markets in Delhi. Sarojini market in a way dictates fashion in Delhi. Roadside shops are integral part of the set-up and so is the buzzing crowd.

Sarojini market was in news because of the bomb blast in 2005.

Last Updated on 1 March 2013




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