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Karol Bagh in West Delhi has a market known for traditional Indian wear, sarees and shawls.
Karol Bagh in West Delhi has a market known for traditional Indian wear, sarees and shawls. Huge area and big brand showrooms.
Karol Bagh, New Delhi, Delhi, India
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