The Top Things To Do And See In New Delhi's Khan Market

Sameer Ghurye

In the heart of Delhi, India’s capital, lies a haven for expatriates and locals alike. Apart from its location, the various landmarks in and around Khan Market, as well as the opportunities to shop for premium Indian and international brands and sample some amazing food make this place a fantastic addition to any visitor’s itinerary. We bring you some of the major highlights from around the Khan Market area.

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1. Rajpath/Rashtrapati Bhavan

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Rashtrapati Bhavan, the home of Indias President and the Ministry of Interior office
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Rajpath (Imperial or Royal Road) is the broad promenade that connects Rashtrapati Bhavan (Presidential Palace) to India Gate and is the heart of the Indian capital. With broad lawns on both sides and serene open surroundings, the stretch is also the scene of the annual Republic Day parade held on 26 January. Impressive in both its layout and the architecture of the various government buildings that cover the entire stretch, this one’s surely worth a visit!


Khan Market is one of the best shopping destinations for expats and visitors, with a variety of Indian and international brands present here. For ethnic Indian garments, check out Anokhi, Good Earth and the Fabindia store. Anand Stationers sells handmade paper items and Amrapali deals in Indian jewelry and precious objects infused with a modern touch of creativity and innovation.


Khan market is home to some of Delhi’s renowned upscale eateries, as well as old favorites. Try out the delicious moghlai rolls and kebabs at Khan Chacha, the unique flavors of mutton berry pulao from Parsi (Zoroastrian) cuisine at SodaBottleOpenerwala, celebrity chef Ritu Dalmia’s Italian specialties at Latitude 28, or Mamagoto’s pan Asian flavors spanning everything from sushi to pad Thai. A host of other eateries, restaurants, bakeries and watering holes span the area, suited to a variety of palates and budgets.


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