For those who want to take a glimpse at India's kaleidoscope of arts and crafts, then Delhi is the place worth checking out. On Baba Kharak Singh Marg, near Parliament Street, is a row of emporia representing the various states of India. The Central Cottage Industries Emporium at Janpath merits a visit, while Crafts Museum on Mathura Road has craftspeople at work. In here, against the rustic background a tourist can pick up great bargains such as shawls, pottery and paintings. The Hauz Khas Village is an ideal place, if not for buying anything specific then for window-shopping. A visit at Sunder Nagar with its rows of antique shops can be rewarding. For cheaper antiques, Chandni Chowk is the place to look out for. Also situated in this particular area is Dariba Kalan, a narrow street that can be visited for its exquisite range of gold and silver products.Dilli Haat, near INA Market is a shoppers' paradise, as one can buy numerous number of items related to crafts, handlooms and a host of other from different regions at one place. Connaught Place is the foremost shopping centre of the capital offering a large variety of shopping options for novelties, gifts and handicraft items.