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Majnu Ka Tilla: The Shopping Hub Of Students From North Campus

by Anjali Semwal

Majnu ka Tilla is a Tibetian colony in Delhi. It was established around 1960. Majnu ka Tilla is popular with the name of MKT. People love this small but full of surprises Tibetian market. The historic name of MKT means the hillock of majnu. But today Majnu ka Tilla has become synonymous to the Tibetian Refugee colony.

 

Well this beautiful place is just a rickshaw ride away from the Delhi University (North Campus) and that’s why this place is the most favourite destination among the students of North campus. You will always find them here either shopping or eating and enjoying the Tibetian Food here.

 

 

 

 

 MKT is truly a fashion paradise for fashion lovers. You will find a lot of good things here. Best clothes, great shoes, colourful bags, jewellery, everything trendy, everything that’s in and all of this in cheap affordable prices. After your tiring but fun shopping experience you can treat yourself with great food here.

 

 

 

 

 

To get there you just need to take a metro ride till Vidhan Sabha and from there take a rickshaw which costs Rs. 10 per head. Also must try the Apple beer from this place.

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Majnu Ka Tilla: The Shopping Hub Of Students From North Campus

by Anjali Semwal

Majnu ka Tilla is a Tibetian colony in Delhi. It was established around 1960. Majnu ka Tilla is popular with the name of MKT. People love this small but full of surprises Tibetian market. The historic name of MKT means the hillock of majnu. But today Majnu ka Tilla has become synonymous to the Tibetian Refugee colony.   Well this beautiful place is just a rickshaw ride away from the Delhi University (North Campus) and that’s why this place is the most favourite destination among the students of North campus. You will always find them here either shopping or eating and enjoying the Tibetia