Head to these local markets in Delhi to shop Diyas for Diwali!

Diwali is a festival of lights, vibrance, colors, and happiness. You can spot homes without light strings, but never without diyas on Diwali. Replace deadly crackers with beautiful intricated diyas made of mud and clay. We are here to guide you to the local markets in Delhi where you can get your hands on beautiful diyas.

1. Hauz Rani

Hauz Rani Market is located near Select Citywalk. That market is a storehouse of unique flower pots and other garden accessories. During the Diwali festival, they have lanterns and diyas that you cannot miss.

2. Sarojini Nagar

Sarojini Nagar is a paradise for clothes but comes Diwali, and it drowns itself in the festivities. All the little lanes are bustling with people shopping diyas, lamps, and other decors for Diwali.

3. Dilli Haat

Dilli Haat has a lot of different things to offer every time you visit. During the Diwali season, you will see the market lit up with a plethora of lanterns, diyas, and other terracotta and clay items that will definitely adorn your home.

4. Chandni Chowk

Chandni Chowk is the place for any season. Though during Diwali, it is difficult to even step in the market, believe us, all the rush is worth the beautiful painted and ornamented diyas you get in the market.

5. Kamla Nagar

local markets in delhi for diyas

Kamla Nagar is a small market in Delhi but has everything you are looking for. During the time of Diwali, you will see the lanes filled with hawkers selling pretty diyas made up of mud, terracotta, and clay.

6. RK Puram

local markets in delhi for diyas

RK Puram is one of the local markets in Delhi that becomes a hotspot for all the shoppers in the area. They have dedicated stalls selling beautifully handcrafted diyas that you can’t miss having a spot in your homes.

Apart from these, almost all the local markets in Delhi become a hub for shopping diyas on Diwali.

Also Read: The festival of lights is here! Buy lights and lanterns online to glamorize your home!

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