Commonwealth Games Where to Shop

The 2010 Commonwealth Games are very near. There is a plenty of excitement in the air. The hospitality industry is getting prepared to receive bunch of tourists and therefore expanding their accommodation capacity. The host of the Commonwealth Games 2010 is a shoppers' heaven. Commonwealth games give the opportunity to explore and showing for development of country.
Since Delhi comes with plenty of shopping options, the shoppers must know where to shop.

2010 CWG, Where to Shop

It goes without saying that India is recognized for its rich culture and legacy. As such there will not be any lack of choice for traditional and cultural gifts that you would like to carry back home for your family and friends. Whatever a shopper is searching for, be it handicrafts, accessories, silk products, pottery, precious stones, leather products, linen, apparels, fabrics, carpets, the search stops at the capital city of India, Delhi.

Though a huge number of malls have propped out all around Delhi and remain crowded by shoppers of different kinds, the roadside shops and popular and old shopping areas of Delhi are preferred place for the shopping lovers. For any shopping freak, Delhi is the ideal place to shop.

Shopping in Connaught Place
The horseshoe shaped beautiful market place of Delhi; Connaught Place is one of the city's elite shopping places. This market place include of two main areas, the Inner Circle and the Outer Circle. Inner Circle is famed for the international brands of stores. Apart from shops, this part is also famous for restaurants, bookshops, bars and food joints.

Shopping in Chandni Chowk
It is one of the famous and very old markets of Delhi. The place is full of by lanes, which have become renowned for the different kinds of shops. Known for trading of different jewelries like gold, silver and pearl, Dariba Kalan is also a favorite stop for many. This area is also famous for premium quality of perfumes.
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