It has been six years that I’ve been hooked on buying jewelry from flea markets like Janpath. When it comes to buying oxidized silver jewelry, I hardly buy it online. I always rush to Janpath to buy it. Janpath is the paradise for silver jewelry and you always end up finding something unique.

In this article, I am going to explain how you can find some unique jewelry in such flea markets. The reason why you should know this because there are some brands out there who sell mediocre jewelry at a fairly high price. For instance, there is The jewelry you get there can be easily found at Janpath and you’ll get it for half the price. So why waste money on online shipping?

You’ll see that such small earrings are available online for Rs. 59, but you’ll get them at flea markets like Sarojini Nagar and Janpath for Rs. 20-30. Sarojini Nagar is another hub of good oxidized jewelry. It’s a heaven for jewelry junkies like me. From handcuffs to earrings to neckpieces, you can get them all from Sarojini Nagar Market.

You can also get some chunky boho jewelry from Paharganj. Apart from having some nice rooftop cafes, this place gives you some hippie and chunky jewelry at a meager price of Rs.30. You’ll find rings made of semi-precious stones at a very reasonable price.

You’ll find that such earrings are available online for Rs. 138 but you’ll easily get them at any flea market for just Rs.50. If you’re planning to buy jewelry for some function or wedding, Lajpat Nagar is the place for you. You’ll find all sorts of ethnic jewelry there. From heavy chandbalis to authentic Bareilly ka jhumka, everything is available at the Lajpat Nagar Market starting at Rs. 250.

Chandni Chowk and Sadar Bazaar are also some places where you can find some amazing Kundan jewelry at a reasonable price. Well, Chandni Chowk is the hub for wedding shopping so why waste money on online shopping. There are some shops where you can get the jewelry customized as per your choice. What else does a jewelry junky want!

If you’re a student and are looking for something cheaper, you should also try out Kamla Nagar Market. You’ll find all sorts of accessories as per the latest trend. If you love hoarding accessories, this will be your promised land because you’ll find rings at just Rs. 10 and earrings for Rs. 30. So, if you’ve good bargaining skills then these low prices will be beneficial for some good additions to your collection.

Now if you’re up for some slightly expensive brass and silver jewelry, Dilli Haat is the place for you. This place gets you what dreams are made off. I recently wrote an article on Aadyaa Jewelry. When I recently visited Dilli Haat, I was surprised to see that they had quite a similar collection. The variety is quite exquisite as you find something from each part of the country here. You can easily buy earrings from different states at a nominal price of Rs. 40.

You can also check out Khan Market for a change. Although yes, it seems a little expensive but if you ignore the showrooms and go for the street shops there, you’ll find some classy accessories starting at Rs. 150.

Delhi is a shopper’s paradise and if you’re Delhiite, you shouldn’t waste your money on online shopping. Step out and check out all the wonderful flea markets around you. It will be an endless adventure if you have the right bargaining skills.