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This is the largest spice market of asia and also has got the spices from all over the world. a testimony of this is the air of the market full of spice particles, one can sneeze almost twice after entering the market. a pleasure to...More
You can really get the best spices here, but you must go to retail shops outside the market. Very interesting place! You can't miss the famous Gadodia market where you can climb the roof and enjoy the beautiful view.
I’m a suiker for markets. And i love spices. And i do love old towns where time seem to have stood still. So i lovend this. Be careful about all the Sellers. Of course. But go home with Some authentic spices and a couple of...More
Khari Baoli was one of the stops on our rickshaw tour through Old Delhi. The colours of the spices are amazing but be warned. If you have a sensitive nose take a deep breath and hold it as you may have to quickly sprint past...More
India is known for it's spices and Khari Baoli in Chawri Bazar Delhi happens to be the paradise for spices lovers. Walk through the narrow lanes and I am sure all your senses will be wide opened with the different and at times strong aromas...More
Khari Baoli is supposed to be the largest spice market in Asia, and it sure looks like a huge market. You will also find dry fruits, flowers, rat traps.
I went upstairs in a central building, from the roof there is a nice View, including...More
An absolute must if you like history and are visiting old Delhi. I would call it an ocean of spices. The strong mixed smell, dilapidated buildings in a lazy winter afternoon can easily get you back in the history.