HOW TO REACH HERE: By metro- The market is at walking distance from the Rajiv Chowk metro station.
By road: The market is at the road connecting Lodhi Road and Connaught Place
HISTORY: In the older times, the name of this street was Queen’s way. This way was designed by the Edwin Lutyens. This is the raod that connects the Lodhi Road with Connaught Place.
The name of this path is known was People’s path and it runs perpendicular to Rajpath that means Ruler’s Path.
Also, Refugees who came after the Partition and Tibetans who came when China invaded Tibet settled here as traders.
Today, one of the most popular spot in Connaught place is Janpath market, which is a heaven for budget travelers and shoppers, buyers of curio, handicrafts and garments, and numerous Indian-style fast-food places.
Though it is quiet fun in shopping at that place but it is quiet tiring as the whole road is having markets and shops. It gets more irritating for those who are handling the shopkeepers who are not fixing the rate up to which the customers are ready to purchase the things. Although it is quiet difficult to manage all these things but most of the people enjoy shopping to these places. Once you are going for the bargaining, you have to be very sure and confident and then you have to proceed to that shop. Most of the products available in the market are export-surplus and if you have the ability to distinguish between real and fake stuff, you will return with hands full of shopping bags from the market.