Karol Bagh is a prominent multipurpose neighbourhood in Delhi, India serving as an equal residential and commercial hub. Karol Bagh is most remarked for being a popular retail tourist attraction equipped with plentiful commercial facilities including modern chains, wholesalers and local markets.
The highlights of Karol Bagh are the shopping areas, primarily spread along Ghaffar Market, Arya Samaj Road and Ajmal Khan Road. Bank Street boasts rows of jewellers while Ajmal Khan Road is most renowned for embroidered garments and cotton yarn. Ghaffar Market serves as the biggest provider of imported goods. A unique aspect of the region is the tendency for each street to represent a different product.
Karol Bagh is conveniently located to the nearby railway stations Delhi Sarai Rohilla and Delhi Kishanganj, both less than a kilometre from downtown. The neighbourhood is situated about 20 kilometres from the nearest Indira Gandhi International Airport and less than five kilometres from the New Delhi Railway Station. The Karol Bagh metro station serves as the primary hub for the Delhi Metro.
The residential population of Karol Bagh supports a strong Bengali community with growing numbers due to increasing employment opportunities in jewellery manufacturing. Karol Bagh is the host site of a renowned Durga Puja, the oldest in the city.