Not really fond of online shopping? Bored of going into same lanes and malls for shopping? Does retail therapy make you happy? Well, we’ve got you covered. Shopping maniacs who want a change from the monotonous shopping destinations can look forward to these places. Shopping is something you can never get tired of. No matter what your budget is, the list of markets below has definitely got something to offer you. A unique thing about shopping in India is that it has diverse items / products to choose from. So, if you visit any state in India they have something signature and traditional or signature for you like carpets, handicraft items, apparel, home decor, souvenirs, etc.
People who love to explore new places and have a thing for shopping can check the incredible markets to shop till you drop.
Sarojini Market, Delhi
One of the best places for college-goers and for the ones who want the latest fashion clothes at throwaway prices. It is a must-visit place on weekdays to get your hands on some amazing branded stuff. This is one of the iconic markets in Delhi which sells surplus items which has been rejected due to some minor defects. To shop here, you need some excellent bargaining skills. Stroll onto the streets of Sarojini and get hands-on designer pieces at unbelievable prices.
Baapu Bazaar, Jaipur
It has a perfect blend of ethnic and traditional items. It is one such place where you can get bedsheets, tie and dye dupattas, mojaris or juttis, fabrics, bandhani, lehariyas, lac bangles, home decor, and furnishings. Do not forget to get your hands painted with Heena which is a must when in Pink City. People come here from across the globe for shopping. This market depicts the vibrant Rajasthani culture which gives an insight to tourists who visit Rajasthan.
Colaba Causeway, Mumbai
If you love to do street shopping then, Colaba Causeway is a one-stop destination for you!! You can fill your shopping bags with sassy handbags, apparel, funky jewelry and, delectable street food. To keep your closet up-to-date as per fashion trends, fashionistas can get here chic style and hippie clothes at affordable prices. To give yourself a break from shopping, do not forget to try the lip-smacking local street food out there.
It is one of the most popular souvenir markets in the national capital which offers handicraft items, handloom bags, junk jewelry, boho clothes, etc. It is a flea market where you can get handcrafted Gujarati, Rajasthani and, Tibetian items at pocket-friendly rates. Shopping in Delhi has its own charm. It is not only about getting your hands on trendy clothes, accessories and handicraft items but also you get to learn how to manage your expenses and choices as per your budget.
Pondy Bazaar, Chennai
Your trip will be incomplete if you return from Chennai without buying a beautiful Kanchipuram saree. Just name an item and it is there in the market. Be it makeup, shoes, clothes, jewelry, you can get everything at a single place. Do not miss the local vendors who are present in every nook and corner of a market selling products at dirt cheap prices. Whether you wanna do street shopping or willing to buy branded stuff, it is definitely a one-stop fix for all the shoppers.
New Market, Kolkata
When in cultural capital, do not forget to shop the signature cotton saree with a red border, terracotta handicraft items, confectionaries, and accessories. It has a wide range of products to choose from. Ranging from your shopping woes and pujo shopping, you can also buy grocery products to have an enthralling shopping experience. Be prepared as this place is very chaotic and crowded. So, put your sneakers on and then go shopping.
Law Garden Night Market, Ahmedabad
By the name itself, we can interpret that it is a night market. People can visit this marketplace from 7 PM onwards in the evening. An ultimate place to shop ethnic wear like Chania choli, patola fabrics, mirror work designs, home decor, and other Gujarati attires. You will see multiple street hawkers selling handicraft items. It clearly reflects the colorful Gujarati culture and tradition. If you are the kind of person who loves bling along with colors then, Law Garden Night market is one of the mandatory places to go!!
Contradictory to its name, it has narrow lanes dotted with shops and ruckus all over the streets. If you are visiting Kochi for the very first time then, you must visit this place to have an experience of the market streets in Kerala. One can get everything here like clothes, shoes, electronic devices, accessories, leather items, umbrellas, etc. By visiting this market you will totally get the vibes of the city.
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