Hauz Khas Village

This tiny suburb of New Delhi is often compared to New York City's SoHo or Greenwich Village. In fact, the "in crowd" simply refers to Hauz Khas as "The Village." The gentrification of this 12th-century burgh began in 1980 when a famous Indian clothing designer opened her showroom here. Others quickly followed suit, and today the area is cheek-to-jowl with chic restaurants and sophisticated boutiques selling designer duds, hand-blown glass items for the home, fine folk crafts and antique furniture. Credit card acceptance varies by shop.

The Hauz Khas village area is no longer a  mystery to the locals as well as the tourists after the 13th and 14th  Monumental delights located in this area were recently deemed as a protected  heritage site and is undergoing renovation and restoration by the  Archaeological Survey Of India whose principle function is to explore,  excavate, conserve and protect the monuments and sites of National and World  Importance. Initially, this place was tucked away in one corner and known only  as a residential complex that housed its own market area

Today, the Hauz Khas Village is known as the New York East Village of Delhi. It houses elegant homes along side trendy designer  buildings, home décor & furnishing outlets as well as fashion boutiques.  Along with these retail outlets, this Village also offers a grand view of the  13th Century Monuments situated along an ancient water body also  known as the Hauz-i-Shamsi, a water  storage tank or reservoir that was constructed by Sultan Iltutmish of the Slave  Dynasty in 1230 AD and is adjacent to a sprawling park that is tucked away from  the noisy streets of Delhi providing an apt recluse from a hectic day or tiring  shopping spree.

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The Hauz Khas Village Market definitely offers a  peaceful and serene experience that is unique and not seen in any other market  place in Delhi due to its location and the ancient architectural backdrops that  meet the eye while shopping. Besides these haunting yet alluring ruins, the  Hauz Khas Village is known for its curio shops, designer stores, two South  Indian specialty restaurants, a lounge bar and a Travel Café.
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