Friday, June 29, 2012

What happens In Janpath..


When I returned home from my Delhi trip, I was afraid that my mom would not let me enter the house when she sees all the shopping bags in my hands. So as soon as she opened the door, I frantically said “Ma, I shopped all this from Janpath. Sasta hai!!”






I bought this green puffed sleeve top :)




                                     I bought this brown messenger bag for 300 bucks!
This thin purple belt is for 50 rupees.





I bought these loose high-waisted pants for 200 rupees.


Janpath is one of Delhi’s thrifting heaven. You can find an amazing variety of clothes, junk jewellery, bags, shoes for such reasonable (cheap!) prices. If your bargaining skills are good, even better. It felt like I was treasure hunting. You just have to look hard enough and you can find anything there!
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P.S. A big hello to all the bloggers and readers from Delhi! :D
P.P.S. What is your favourite place for thrifting?


xoxo

23 comments:

  1. Wow...I so want to got there now :D

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  2. The photos are so lively! hahahaha, even I get the same feeling whenever I get back after shopping :P

    The loose pant esp caught my attention! What did you do in Delhi?

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    1. This is the first time i actually stayed in Delhi for some days.It was so much fun Nivs!

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  3. The photos speak for it. :D Tell us more about it. I love recounts of travels and trips

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  4. I love Janpath, had been there before my blogging days and I was massively struck by how many stalls and gorgeous things they hawk

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  5. nice clicks karishma !! wud luv to explore dis place

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  6. I loved that puuurrplee belt!! wish to visit delhi now :P

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  7. ooo..awesome buys ya..I had been to Janpath but had just an hr since had to catch a train..still managed a top, chappals and a few accessories :D

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  8. oooooh, look at all those accessories! :)

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  9. Totally like Colaba Causeway!

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  10. Tell us more! The place looks exciting. Must be quite fun there.


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  11. sure must have been lotsa fun!!

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  12. Janpath and Sarojani Nagar markets are way ahead of the Mumbai equivalents. Accompanying women for shopping is an interesting exercise :) btw

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  13. Woooww!!! amazing buys :D

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  14. Janpath is one of favorite markets in Delhi...the stuff is always amazing there...
    The next time you visit Delhi you should also visit paharganj for junk jewellery and footwear and sarojni nagar for everything else....

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  15. Janpath is the twin cousin of Rajpath. In British Delhi, Rajpath was Kingsway and Janpath was Queensway. The names were changed after Independence as Cannught Place also renamed Rajiv Chowk.

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  16. Wow. I love the antique pieces..

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  17. I *really* wanted to visit Janpath on my visit to Delhi. It looks a lot like Causeway in your pictures. But I'm still so curious to go check it out for myself.

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  18. i got those high waisted pants frm janpath as well.n man!were they a steal!! :)
    they r amazing amazing!!

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