A unique example of the Mughal architecture, Chhatta Chowk market inside the Red Fort dates back to the 17th century. An innovation in India, this market was built by Shah Jahan for the women of the royal harem. Designed keeping Delhi’s hot climate in mind, the bazaar on each side consists of 32 arched bays that serve as shops.
Even after 300 years, this market is one of the biggest tourist attractions. From jewelry and vintage handbags to marble souvenirs and handmade art pieces, you can find everything in this market at really cheap prices, starting at just Rs 10. You can enter the Chhatta Chowk walking through the Lahori Gate and it is impossible to come out empty handed from this place!
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