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Hounding tourists - beggars on the streets of Delhi

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Indian beggar begging the foreigners at South Extention, Delhi

South Extension is a neighbourhood of South Delhi, India. Situated on Ring Road, Delhi, just east of All India Institute of Medical Sciences. It is divided into two parts - South Extension I and South Extension II . This is one of the posh market places in Delhi, promising international shopping experience. It is a good place for tourists to see locals going about their daily activities. While the market remains closed on Mondays, it is busiest on Sundays.

A Delhi Metro station is also planned in South Extension as part of Metro's Phase III extension.

The market is quite famous for high priced designer stuff and branded clothes. For Delhi's trendy teenagers, this is a great market to visit.

Located on Ring Road, South Extension (known to locals as "SouthEx") is a huge neighborhood in South Delhi and is divided into two parts: South Extension I and South Extension II. South Extension is a good place for tourists to see locals going about their daily activities. As with much of Delhi, it is closed on Mondays. Its busiest day is Sunday. You will also find traditional Indian bhel puri (a must have) stands and shoeshiners. Shoppers can purchase anything from cell phones to books in this upmarket shopping area, but prices are higher than other places.

South Ex I has several stores and restaurants, including: a huge, 3-storied Benetton store, Tommy Hilfiger, Nike, Mehrasons Jewellery Store, Bengali Sweet Market Centre (a restaurant and sweet shop), Teksons and Midland Bookshops, Nalli Saris, Tanishq (exquisite jewelry store), BG's (designer fashion jewelry), Sehgal Bros. (clothing), as well as several other clothing and music stores.

South Ex II has a resto-bar (lounge), a Mehrasons Jewellery Store and several other restaurants. Part II also has some of Delhi's people's organisations like Intercultural Resources.

Source: Wikipedia

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