Shopping market in India
Shopping market in India, India is a manufacturer of many amazing goods which represents the Indian culture and tradition. India always produces high quality product with diversity and keeping originality of the product. As we all know India is a big country and it is full of different culture and tradition so it is obvious to find different type of goods according to the local culture. A tour in India is incomplete without shopping. There are wide range of fabrics, carpets, clothes, jewelleries and handicraft.
So what are you waiting for let’s begin our trip by exploring some shopping city and markets in India.
Delhi Haat or INA market Delhi
Delhi haat is a very popular market in Delhi. It is a government-managed market full of traditional arts, crafts, textiles, and cuisines from different parts of India. Popular buys include handicrafts and handlooms (clothing items). Various cultural performances are also organized here during the Indian festivals.
Chandni Chawlk, Delhi
This market will definitely amaze you with its diversity which is in Old Delhi — noisy, busy, and overflowing with goods. Full of buyers, bicycles, cycle rickshaws and animals jostle for space in the narrow lanes near stores selling anything from wedding wear to hardware, and electronics. This market is also famous for North Indian (Some wholesale markets close on Sunday).
Khan Market, Delhi
It is one of the oldest markets
in Delhi. This complex has a mix of regular stores and restaurants. It is a bit
expensive market and suitable for upper middle class. The location of this
market is perfect because it is connected with metro. There are many brand store
boutiques, tailors, and shops sell anything from books to cosmetics.
Sarojini Nagar market, Delhi
Among the most crowded markets, especially on weekends, this market is known for shops selling clothes, ranging from cheap t-shirts to brand stores. The most popular stores are those that sell stylish factory rejects with minor-defects at bargain prices. Bargaining is the norm here (Closed on Mondays).
Hauz Khas village market, Delhi
It was a village but now it is a beautiful market and very famous area among youngsters. There are many contemporary restaurants, designer art store and clothing outlets. Some bars play host to musical performances, around this beautiful place we can see Hauz KhasTomb, lake and the deer park.
Shopping Mall, Select city walk, Delhi
This beautifully designed modern malls offer a mix of shops and department stores selling brand clothing, lifestyle goods, electronic goods, and more. Most malls have a variety of eateries including food courts and bars.
Janpath market, Delhi
Janpath is the best street market for shopping in the middle of Delhi. You will find here small kiosks selling all kinds of clothes and curios. The clothes are generally imported garments from others countries like Thailand or Vietnam. There are lots of silver and artificial jewelleries with semi-precious stones available here.
Connaught place market, Delhi
It is the center of Delhi which sprawling circular market was the largest of its kind in India. This market is famous as CP market. This market has two circles and it is one of the best market to hang out in Delhi. The best part here is if you go under these you will find another market their which is known as Palika bazaar. There are many bars and discotheque and food court.
Jaipur shopping markets
Johari Bazaar, Jaipur
It is the most famous market of Rajasthan”s Pink City, with the greater part of the shops painted in pink. If you love gems, this is the best place to shop for the same. The market is famous for Jaipuri adornments made of gold, silver, emerald, and other jewels. The jewelry made of Kundan is additionally well known here. Shopping market in India will always give you a real local charm of Indian culture and tradition.
Tripolia Bazaar, Jaipur
If you are in Jaipur then you cannot miss shopping at Tripolia Bazaar, one of the best markets in Jaipur. The bazaar is between Manak Chowk and Chhoti Chaupar. Whether you are here for shopping or strolling around the market, you will never get bored. Maniharonka Rasta is the main attraction.
Gaurav Tower market, Jaipur
This is another popular market in Jaipur which is located in Malviya Nagar.
It is a place, which offers shopping, dining, entertainment and leisure
experiences to the visitors. The market has a collection of 100 retail
showrooms featuring world’s famous brands. If you are looking for shopping and
fun at the same time, Gaurav Towers is the best.
Bapu bazaar, jaipur
Bapu Bazaar is one of the best places to shop in Jaipur. Mainly famous for leather items and Mojari (Rajasthani footwear made of camel leather), there are many shops offering Rajasthani sarees and lehengas, perfumes, sandstone and marble carvings, and crafted works. It is also the best place for bargain shopping so do a little bit bargaining at every shop you visit at Bapu Bazaar.
Nehru bazaar, Jaipur
It is famous for readymade garments, footwear, gifts, household things; etc. The place should be on your list if you are on a shopping spree. There are many shops selling Rajasthani craft. You can discover everything in Nehru Bazaar, from perfumes to Rajasthani jootis to textiles. Wonderful blue pottery is likewise popular here.
So these are the 2 main cities in North India where you can enjoy shopping but there are still many awesome cities in where you can do shopping..
Shopping market in South India
Koyambedu market, Chennai
Koyambedu Wholesale Market Complex is one of Asia’s largest goods market which is located at Koyambedu, Chennai and spreads over an area of 295 acres which consists of about 3,100 shops including more than 900 wholesale shops and 1500 retail shops. The market operates round the clock and the wholesale market operating between 10 am to10 pm. This market receives about 100,000 visitors and 500 to 600 vehicles every day.
Arpora night market, Goa
Goa is one of the famous place in India which is famous for nightlife and Arpora Saturday Night Market is the most happening and lively market in Goa which opens after 6 pm in the evening. The famous street market look amazing with the beautiful lights and the music sets the mood right which makes this place more than market. You will find everything from the jewelry to the fashionable clothes, beer, handicrafts and home decor.
Fc road market, Pune
This is one of the amazing market where you can find the students of Pune
grabbing the best deals. FC Road in Pune is a famous flea market which is jam
packed with the students most of the time. It offers you everything from
watches, clothes, kurtis, accessories, bags and shoes at the price that would
never burn a hole in your pocket.
Colaba market, Mumbai
Colaba Causeway market is the most popular street market in Mumbai which is jam packed with not just the local people but with the fashionistas of the town too. This market offers everything from the garment store to the stylish handbags and shoes, the local food and the roadside jewelry stalls. You can fill your shopping bag with the best of material at the totally affordable price. The best part of this market is that it is located near to Gateway of India, Hotel Taj Mahal, and some amazing monument and museum. One can spend an unforgettable evening here.
Serenity beach bazaar, Pondicherry
Pondicherry is a very famous for its clean beaches. Serenity beach bazaar
is a very popular street market of Serenity beach in Pondicherry. This market
is an open air market and popular for its local products from Auroville. One
can buy here various handicrafts, souvenirs, clothes, jewelry and clothes. You
can also enjoy the delicious seafood and the drinks at this market. One can
also enjoy here the best beach culture.
The spice market of Jew, Fort Cochin
It is very beautiful market near to Fort Cochin where you can buy some fresh local spices. Jew Town is famous for its antiques items. The aroma of the finest ginger, cloves, cardamom, turmeric and pepper draws you towards the spice warehouses lining the street. It is indeed a riveting sight to see the various workers packaging and bringing in newer varieties as anxious crowds hustle and bustle to get the best produce available.
These are just few shopping market in India which we are mentioning here but believe me there are more than 200 amazing markets in India because India is a big country with different cultures.