Baba Kharak Singh Marg is a busy street in Delhi which is known for its emporiums from around India. The State Emporia Complex in the street has a mixture of artefacts and specialties displayed from every corner of the country.
Zoon, the Kashmiri emporium is known for the lovely range of shawls they sell. The Tamil Nadu emporium, Poompuhar, is for those who love collecting bronze lamps and icons. Cauvery, the Karnatake emporium is for the silk lovers. You can find beautiful Madhubani paintings at Amrapali, the Bihari emporium.
Visit Rajasthali for that Rajasthani flavour. For printed cotton, miniature paintings and jewellery, you may visit Gurjari, the store from Gujarat. Manjusha, the stall from West Bengal is adorned with silk and cotton saris and you can also find fresh tea here. Mrignayani, the Madhya Pradesh store is for those who crave for wood carvings.
The huge three-storeyed Tripura emporium called Purbasha has lots of goods for your home that are made of bamboo and cane. The Rajiv Gandhi Handicrafts Bhavan is another place to visit near the Emporia Complex.
Here you can buy books, paper products, rural handicraft items, etc. The Hanuman Mandir at the Baba Kharak Singh Marg is another attraction here. It is one of the oldest Hanuman temples in the country. The main idol of the temple is of the young Hanuman. The temple is usually crowded on Tuesdays and Saturdays.