The Delhi has got hybrid rage of market. On the one hand there are old Delhi style markets like Chandani Chowk, Nai Sadak, Sarojani market, lal kila bazaar, meena bazaar and so on. On the other hand there are specialized markets of international repute, who are now being replaced by Mall culture where we get the best of the world under single roof.

Some markets are specialized for a category of products like
Nehru palace is visited by whole India every day for IT related products.
Sarojani nagar is housewives favorite spot for economic buy offs.
Lajpat nagar, you can get accessories, clothes, footwear, bags, etc. whatever you desire.
Connaught Place, divided in 3 parts include
Inner Circle which consists of Blocks A to F. The important shops and showrooms here include Adidas Originals, Allen Solly, Bentley, Bon Ton, Cantabil, Gas, Johnson Watch Company, Kalpana, Lee, Louis Philippe, Neelkanth Jewellers, Nike, Orra, Park Avenue, Pepe, Proline and Fila, Roopchand Jewellers, Snowhite Square, Wills Lifestyle.
The Outer Circle consists of Blocks G to P and includes showrooms like Digjam, Lacoste, Omega, Rado, RL Exports and TAG Heuer.
Regal Building, Shankar market and many more you can see other small small markets, where there are variety of artificial jewellries. Janpath the biggest shopping hub for college goers is also here.
Karol Bagh famous for inexpensive readymades, cotton yarn and embroidered garments.You can buy second-hand books at Arya Samaj road. The famous imported goods market, Ghaffar Market is also near this.
Tibetan Market near ISBT Shahdara is also known as little Tibet. There are stalls selling statues, incense, shawls, paintings and Tibetan artefacts, including jewellery and semi-precious stones and stylish footwears.