Churi Walan Gali, Hauz Qazi, Chandni Chowk,
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To be found in Delhi, Chawri Bazar is the first and most popular wholesale market of brass, copper and paper products. Recognized in the year 1840, it is situated to the west of Jama Masjid and was inaugurated on 3rd July 2005 as a segment of the Kashmere Gate – Central Secretariat corridor.
Chawri Bazaar is very crowded area as it always filled with their buyers almost conflict for the passage during the peak market hours.
Regardless, it is wholesale market place, still buyers can purchase brass or coper idol of their god. Many popular shops of the market also sell beautiful jewelry boxes, antic and modern vases, pots, oil lamps and many other things. However, most of the shops at Chawri Bazar is of wholesale paper products. Every type of paper is available here, ranging from traditional to modern style wallpapers, royal wedding cards to budget oriented wedding cards as well as wonderful greeting cards. As this is the wholesale market, buyers will get lots of options within their fixed budget.
Chawri Bazar is the deepest station of the Delhi Metro network and is positioned about 98 feet at underground level. Actually, Chawri Bazar is a name of a road where this wholesale market is located and it has popular Jama Masjid on one side and Hauz Quazi on the other side. To accomplish the transportation need of daily visitors, metro services was started in and near by area. The metro station at the Hauz Quazi area is referred by name of this popular market-Chawri Bazar.
Nai Sarak, most popular and the oldest market of books and ladies garments connected by this bazar at Bad-shah Bulla. In addition to Nai Sarak there is alternative way to reach and it is by Ballimaran which joins Chawri bazar to Chandni Chowk. So, it is very easy to reach here as it has various popular and easy routes.