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    Fishing in I.N.A. Market Just a stone’s throw away from the I.N.A. metro station is Dilli Haat, the famed spot where we can taste food from nearly every state of India. And just across the road from this gastronomic paradise is the ultimate fish market in Delhi. “All Kinds Of Fish Available”. This is a common sign in this place. A fish lover’s paradise, the I.N.A. wet market has fishes of all varieties, ranging from ilish to karimeen to calamari. And lets not forget the shellfish like crabs, lobsters, prawns and shrimps. We even get fresh water fish like rohu and katla. Apart from fresh fish, shops also sell varieties of dried fish and the fish pickles readily available here are pretty famous as well. Fish shopping is best done in the morning and after all it is a first-cum-first-serve business. Also the sooner you get there, the fresher your fish. But then again not everyone is accustomed to the smell of fish, especially that early in the morning so go prepared as you will be hit a hurricane of fish scent as the smell dives into your nostrils with quite some force. That being said, you will still have to haggle for the fish , unless you’re a regular as the fish mongers like any other seller will try to extract as much money as possible from you. After you do, you can ask them to cut up your fish as you desire or just take it whole if that’s more of your style. So, if you’re craving for a little sea food and wish to treat your tummy to the meat of aquatic creatures, wake up early and dive into the fishy markets of I.N.A. and remember, the early bird gets the worm, in this case fish. Explore More: https://www.delhipedia.com/home/Article/Market& Shopping/Fishing-in-INA-Market-ee6ef963
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    Flower Power: Destination Ghazipur The use of flower for decoration purposes can be dated as far back as 2500 BC, ancient Egypt. Even the ancient Greeks and Romans were into this fad. Think of Julius Caesar with his Olive Branches or the laurel wreaths worn by victors of the Olympics of old. Over time this practice of using flowers as such, spread all over the world, into various religions and cultures alike. And today it's no more a fashion statement but a need. Roses are red. Violets are blue. Roses are white. Even that is true. And roses come in various other colours as well. With the ever-growing desires of the public, flower business has come a long way, even in the local market, with exotic flowers coming in all the way from the other side of the world. And if you're in Delhi, Ghazipur is the place to be to fulfil your flower needs. 3 am. That is when the wholesale flower market at Ghaziapur opens for business. Originally this marketplace was located in Mehrauli, Fatehpuri and Baba Kharak Singh Marg (Connaught Place). The government decided to relocate the three flower markets to create a single spot for all the flower needs of the city. Selling everything from the infamous red roses to the every jovial marigold, this place will satiate your every flowery desire. Heres a little tip for you. The deeper you go into the market, the better deals you get on your flowers. Wedding? A big puja? Or just want to shower your hero or heroine with a thousand rose petals? "Ghazipur Jao Ji". Also, it's fun to be dramatic. Life's too short to be normal. Explore More: https://www.delhipedia.com
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