Old World Charms of Chandni Chowk:
|A busy street in Chandni Chowk|
|Labourers having lunch by the side of a busy street|
Chandni Chowk is one of the oldest bazaar existing in India today. The attraction here is that you can find almost anything in a small confine. If at one corner you find painting materials at the next turn you'll find kurtas and Saris. Some shops have continued for almost a century, continuously passing down from one generation to another. And people here have tried to maintain the originality. A Parantha at the Parantha gully or Jellibis at the Jellibiwalla couldn't have changed too much over the years. Such strenuous effort of maintaining their trademark has only surged their popularity.
Good food and great temples make Chandni Chowk a popular place for both Delhites and tourists. Papri Chaat on the opposite side of Gurudwara, or roadside kababs near Jama Masjid defines Chandni Chowk.
|Sis Ganj Gurudwara|
|Kababs near Jama Masjid|
|A man at pan shop|
|The hat seller|
|A Rickshaw passing through the colorful Kinari Bazaar gully|