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Located in Paharganj near the New Delhi Railway Station, the Handicrafts Emporium is one of the largest and oldest emporiums of handicrafts and herbal products in Delhi.
Located in Paharganj near the New Delhi Railway Station, the Handicrafts Emporium is one of the largest and oldest emporiums of handicrafts and herbal products in Delhi. It was founded in 1932 and offers a large variety of gift items from different parts of India, including artisan textiles, handmade crafts and furniture at affordable prices. Ayurvedic and plant remedies, herbal soap, shampoos, oils and natural fragrances are also manufactured. This complex of 2 four-storeyed buildings is welcoming and a popular place for foreign visitors to Delhi.
1115, Main Bazar, Pahar Ganj, Pahar Ganj, New Delhi, DL, India
+91 11 2358 2614
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