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DELHI CHOR BAZAAR EXPOSED | I Phone, DSLR, camera, Nike Adidas Shoes at cheapest price | VLOG 13

Delhi Chor Bazaar : This time we are at Chor Bazaar Chandni Chowk Delhi. This is one of the cheapest place where you can find shoes, garments, electronics, merchandise, deo and many more in very cheap rates. So just sit back relax and enjoy this cheapest ride of Chor bazaar market. Facebook► Instagram► Youtube ► Special thanks to Shivaji incense for their support you can click the link and get more information about Shivaji Incense: ► ► Please chk out our prank channel : Subscribe us and don't forget to watch our other videos. Music Credit : --- NCS, Chor machaye shor (movie), Oye lucky lucky oye (movie), Wakhra swag (music album), bunty aur bubbly (movie) Apparatus Used: ►NIkon D3200 : ►Joby Goillapod : ►Macbook Air 13" :

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Chor Bazar Delhi - Buy cheap price shoes, watches, electronics, camera & more

Chor Bazar, thieves market is located near Chandni chowk, opposite Red fort. Market starts from Red Fort and goes upto Daryaganj. This is a 2 km long stretch where you can get to buy - shoes, Watches, DSLR, electronics , jeans and much more. You may want to support this channel: Chor bazar starts at 4 am in morning every Sunday and goes on till 4 pm evening. I reached here at 5 am and was amazed to discover that thousand of buyers were already there. How to reach chor bazar Delhi. Travelling by metro- Get down at chandni chowk metro station if you are travelling from Gurgaon or Jahangirpuri side. Get down at Red fort station if you are travelling from Faridabad side. If you are travelling to Delhi through interstate bus, then you can get down at Kashmere gate ISBT , take a auto and come down to Red fort chor bazar, its hardly 2 kms distance from there. Things to be careful of when going to Chor bazar of Delhi. 1. Be careful of your belongings, like mobile and purse. This place is very crowded. 2. Test before buying, we bought pen drive without testing and found that to be fake. Deo also we found to be fake. I also bought 2 bags, which I found to be good value for money. 3. You can also buy used electronics - like TV, laptop, more over some people also sell computer accessories like hard drive, USB cables etc. 4. I found 2 people who were selling 2nd hand video camera at competitive price. Seller had thorough knowledge of camera features and was ready to get it tested before selling it to us. I have a JVC video cam at home, which is not of any use for me. I spoke to one of the sellers and he got ready to buy from me for Rs 1000, which means you can also sell your old electronics here at chor bazar. 5. You will also get to see some people selling cameras here, golden rule is check and test before buying any second hand item. 6. Shoes, jeans - I saw many people selling brands at cheap rates, that is merely copy with illegal labels. I don't see any merit in buying shoes just for the heck of showing the brand, when comfort will not be there of a good branded shoe. 7. You will experience high negotiation on prices, visit to Chor bazar will certainly enhance your negotiation skills. From over all experience perspective - If you are in Delhi or travelling to Delhi, its a must visit market, I am sure lot of learnings will evolve around the way markets behave. Over all there will be compromise in product quality, buy from there only if you are super sure that you are buying the right product at right price ................................................................................................................. About the creator of this video: Myself- Harish Bali- I love to travel to new places, explore food and share my learnings and observations with viewers through this channel - visa2explore. I have done a video on street food of chandni chowk, you may want to see that, as you may want to explore it after your visit at Chor bazar: Old Delhi street food part 1: Old delhi street food part 2: Should you have any query related to Chor bazar, please feel free to ask that in comments below. I will be more than happy to share my experience. Thanks for your time, if you found this video good, please share this video, it will help channel and video get visibility.

Foreigners Can’t Believe How Cheap Sarojini Nagar Market is!!!

Follow our Daily Vlogs in India: „Foreigners Can’t Believe How Cheap Sarojini Nagar Market is“ is our (Nile Brothers) new vlog today. This is a very famous market for shopping, food, accessories, neckpiece, earrings, cosmetic, beauty products, hair accessories, trendy bangles and a lot more pretty little things. And the price of things are very reasonable. All the fashion which is trending right now, is available in this market. The sellers were selling the necklaces for ₹ 20/- each and clothes were thrown in a pile priced at 10/-, 20/-, 35/- etc. (10 for ₹100, 5 for ₹100 and 3 for ₹100). Some of the clothes were even ₹50/₹100/-. So if you guys are on a budget or even if you are not, you should definitely check out Sarojini Nagar on a Monday for some incredibly affordable clothes and accessories and jazz up your wardrobe. About Sarojini Nagar: About Sarojini Nagar Monday Market: So every Monday when the regular shops are closed (sometimes the regular shops are open as well as Monday market attracts a lot of customers) certain sellers put heaps of clothes on the ground and sell the items on a per piece basis , for example, Rs. 100 for 10, or 100 for 4 etc. Perfect time to go from11:00 am to 7:00 pm It's a very famous market in Delhi and is located in South Delhi. But it was very exciting, because we (Nile Brothers) have great fun to negotiate with the sellers. We (Nile Brothers) do not know such a thing in Germany and that's why we (No Brothers) made a challenge. Trying, testing, tasting & reacting and today negotiating is very crazy and funny for us (Nile Brothers). You should visit the Sarojini Nagar Market together with your family, kids, brother, sister, or friends. Whether you’re a boy or girl, learn how to negotiate with some knacks which are family friendly and kids safe. Whats your reaction? We (Nile Brothers) have experienced a lot today in our new vlog „Foreigners Can’t Believe How Cheap Sarojini Nagar Market is“. Negotiating was a hilarious crazy comedy game that is sure to make you laugh. Today we had Indian Street Food but we (Nile Brothers) make no food taste. But remember negotiating on a market is also hilarious if you’re a student in middle school, teen in Indian school or college. INDIA Foreigner Brothers („Foreigners Can’t Believe How Cheap Sarojini Nagar Market is“) react to the delicious, crazy and interesting Indian specialties and see our reaction. Follow our Daily Vlogs in India: Add us on Instagram: Add us on Facebook for funny videos: We´re two German Brothers vlogging their life in India. We love fitness, Indian food and are happy to experience this wonderful culture and people here Our videos are family friendly & safe

15 Ways to Recognize And Avoid Low Quality Clothing

15 tips that will help you detect a poor-quality item right on the spot. When we buy a piece of clothing, we want to get a quality item. Unfortunately, it often happens that new clothes shrink or get torn after the first wash. TIMESTAMPS Check the quality of cotton by squeezing it 0:40 Hold the fabric up to a bright light 1:09 Pull the seams to see the gaps 1:33 Avoid open zippers 2:02 Check the hem 2:24 Give fabric a tug 2:53 Make sure the zipper matches in length 3:13 Well-cut 3:26 Pay attention to the label 4:09 Make sure the seams and threads match Check buttons and buttonholes 5:07 Check if it has a yoke 6:17 Look at the coloring of the folds 6:42 A center back seam 7:08 Patterns matchup 7:33 How to Select the Perfect Clothes for Your Body Shape 8:26 SUMMARY - When buying clothes made of cotton, do this simple but very illustrative test: grab some fabric and squeeze it as tightly as you can in your fist for a few seconds. Then check if the fabric looks like a crumpled piece of paper. - To check the thickness, hold the fabric up to a bright light. If you don’t see much through it, you are safe to buy it. - A pull test can help you understand if you are holding a piece of junk in your hands, or if you have to pay for it right now feeling happy that you found it. So, try pulling stitched pieces apart. - Make sure you buy clothes and accessories with metal zippers covered with a strap: they are the most reliable and long-lasting. - Pants and skirts should have a hem of up to 2 inches. Blouses and shirts can do with a smaller one of about 1 inch. If there is no hem at all or it’s simply stitched, we do recommend buying this item. - A quality item will always keep its shape. Take a stretchy part of a dress or a skirt, tug on it and then let it go. - Zippers on dresses, skirts, or any other kinds of clothing should be equal in length, even and math in color. - If you notice symptoms like this, don’t jump to the conclusion that you shouldn’t have skipped your gym. It’s possible that the manufacturer just saved money and didn’t use enough fabric. - Natural fabrics, such as cotton, silk, and wool are strong and more durable than synthetics. However, 100% cotton can quickly shrink after washing. - Examine fabric pattern and thread colors. If patterns don’t match and stitches are made with threads of different colors, it is a clear sign that this item was made in a hurry. - When manufacturers make a fake or a low-quality item, they often don’t pay attention to little details. This is why you should always carefully examine buttons and buttonholes before buying an item. - Good shirt and blouses must have a shoulder yoke. It makes the top look neat on you. Cheap items of clothes don’t have a yoke, so they don’t just look bad, but also uncomfortable to wear. - If the coloring on the handles, straps, or fastenings looks faded or leaves marks on the folds, this is a clear sign of a low-quality item. - When you buy a jacket or a coat, pay extra attention to the center back seam. The thing is your back probably doesn’t look completely flat, so if you want it to look beautiful, there must be a quality back seam. - Even a very quick look at them can tell you a lot about how much effort has been put into producing the item. For example, if the pattern on the pocket doesn’t match the pattern on the rest of the item, it means that the production was sloppy, and they tried to save money on the materials. Subscribe to Bright Side: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: Instagram: SMART Youtube: 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit:

I am prateek kumar in this video i go to Cheapest clothing market(janpath market). if you intrested to buy cloths and accessories so you can buy in cheap price and good quality.

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