famous markets of india
Johari Bazaar Jaipur
. As the name suggests, this ancient market in the pink city of Jaipur is comprised of hundreds of ancestral shops specializing in Rajasthani jewelry. You will not only find traditional jewelries like Kundan, Meenakari , Thewa and Polki here, but intricate works of precious and semi precious stones as well. The list doesnt end at jewelries as the market also has textile shops. From bandhej and leheria sarees, suits to block printed bed sheets and
Dilli Haat New Delhi
. Located in south Delhi right opposite the INA market, Dilli Haat is a handicraft market which offers traditional handicrafts from not only Delhi, but all over India. The place also has food joints from various states of India which have lip smacking dishes to offer. Delhi has another such market which is situated in Pitampura, Delhi. The handicrafts hub has sellers and artisans coming from all parts of India to sell their products which are a ref
Ima market Imphal
. Ima kentheil, as it is locally known, is the only market in the world wherein youll find over 3500 women shopkeepers running their business and signifying the economic participation of Manipuri women. Also known as Mothers Market in Manipuri, Ima means mother and kentheil means market , it is a huge marketplace where you can find almost everything. In one section of the market you can get their authentic food items like dried fish to local herbs
Lakkar Bazaar Shimla
. For ages, wood has been used in Himachal Pradesh for construction of temples, homes, idols etc. Lakkar bazaar situated near the ridge in Shimla captures the very essence of the abundance of different types of wood found in the state. The marketplace offers all kinds of locally made wooden products like toys, souvenirs, utility items and wooden jewelry. Dont get mislead by the name, since the variety of items offered by the bazaar does not limit t
Floating vegetable market Srinagar
. The only one of its kind in India, the floating vegetable market at Srinagars Dal Lake is a major tourist attraction in Jammu and Kashmir. The serene lake, also home to numerous lotus plants, lightens up when the vegetable vendors set out for business from 5 AM to 7 AM on their traditional kashmiri boats, called shikaras. The vendors themselves are the farmers who grow the vegetables and fruits in their farms and then bring them to the floating m
New market Kolkata
. Unlike its name, this marketplace was established in 1874, under the British Raj. Situated on the Lindsey Street in Kolkata, the place is a reminiscence of the British architecture in the city. The place is a shoppers heaven since there is a wide variety of shops selling everything under one roof. The market is divided into various sections where in one section you may see delicious fruit cake shops while on the other hand, a majority of shops se
Kannauj Market Uttar Pradesh
. Also known as the perfume capital of India, Kannauj Market is situated in the Kannauj district of Uttar Pradesh, on the banks of the river Ganga. In this age of technology, the perfume industry at Kannauj has retained its culture. It uses the traditional method of manufacturing ?attar, as it is locally called. The process is traditionally known as ?Degs & Bhapka system, which is a hydro distillation process. The system has been going on since the
Laad Bazaar Hyderabad
. Laad bazaar, also known as Choodi bazaar is a heaven for jewelry shoppers, particularly bangles. Laad, meaning lacquer, is used to make bangles on which artificial diamonds are studded. The whole market is bustling with more than 100 shops selling all kinds of bangles. The place is a traditional hub of culture in Hyderabad where you can find khara dupattas as well as the famous naturally scented attars. Situated on one of the four lanes branching
. Its a different Market, not like the usual markets. Chappan means 56, so there are 56 shops in this Market and its all about food. There is only one thing which sells here Variety of Indian Food. Think of the Indian Fast Food and there you are. All yummy dishes served out in platter, at reasonable prices can be found in Chappan Chowk of Indore City.Indore, one of the big cities of Madhya Pradesh, is the shopping hub. Also known as Mini Mumbai b
Santushti shopping complex
. In stark contrast to crowded and bustling bazaars, Santushti is a calm shopping oasis filled with designer boutiques, art dealers, home goods stores and rug merchants. A little digging will reveal a treasure trove of vintage Indian folk art, 19th century rugs and other antique goods. Like many other more western-style markets, items in Santushti will come with a higher price tag.
36 Chowringhee Lane
. Hopping on the Roads of Shopping Markets of India is nothing less than going on an adventure. Streets of the Indian Markets are the busiest of all rendering every adventure which you did not expect. Buzzing with people, it has all which can be rendered as the limelight of the Chowringhee Lane. It tends to be engraved with the footsteps of the people as early as 10 o, clock in the morning and goes on till late in the evening. Keychains, dolls, s
. India is a place known for its various colors be it festivals, celebrations, hills or its people. In this category comes the Markets of India. Different markets, known for different attractions make a camouflage of the place called Indian Market Place. The Mall is the most popular marketplace of Shimla, a hill station of Himachal Pradesh.Shimla, the Summer Capital of the Britishers, is a place of natural beauty. People from all over the count
. The vibes of the people of Delhi can be seen in its Bazars. One such Bazar is the Chandni Chowk Bazar. Made by the beloved Daughter of Shahjahan, Jahanara, Chandni Chowk was famed for the beauty of the Moonlight light which lightened the Market in the night. Many of the untold love stories unfolded in the light of the Chandni Chowk.Delhi, the Capital of India has many markets, each unique for its own trademarks. Chandni Chowk is famous for its fa
. Visiting a Market of the Old ages something between the Royal age and the modern age is something which should come as a different experience. If you want to see something like this, then you should visit the Manik Chowk of Aligarh Uttar Pradesh. Manik Chowk the place of business men of the 70s still echoes here in this land. As you enter the market place a feeling of the Bullockcarts filled with Grain sacks and the Merchants of the yestery
. Mumbai in itself is a market place. Its one of those cities, which has everything for the common man and know show to please the rich. Its a Quarantine, you throw the dice and you will either be a part of the Market Place called Mumbai or Thrown out of it. Its the way of life of Mumbai. Its Ruthless yet the prettiest of all. A gala place for the entire year, it has the exceptional months of May and June.Its the best place for the Shoppers, for th
. Have you ever Shopped in a Thieves Market without being caught? If you havent ever then here is the chance to be in one of the most famous markets of Delhi the Chor Bazar. This unique Thieves Market, situated in Old Delhi, it has all the sorts of hardware and kitchen wares coming to this market.From the Electronic Items to the Designer Clothes all can be found in this Market with Patent or without Patent. All sorts of Items make their way h
. If there is a difference between the kind of Markets of Delhi, then this is the place. Its a place called the upmarket where all sorts of designs and brands are found. Connaught Place has a range of Ethnic Inidan and Western Dresses. Its also one of the best places in the town for clothes.Delhi, one of the happening cities has some famous shopping markets like the Chandni Chowk, Sarojini Nagar Market, Lajpat Nagar Market ... but out of all these,
. Been to a market which glows with Bright Red Color in the morning and light bulbs in the night. If not, then this is the market where you should go. Filled with Red color products, be it electronic items, toys, dolls, dresses, carpets or curtains. Avariety of products can be found in the Chinese Market.With the Indian Market flooding with Chinese Goods, this is one place where Chinese Goods are sold at length. Brightly colored, cheaply priced and
Flower Market at Dadar Mumbai
. While Mumbai is famous for its smart street shopping, this indoor flower market will give you a unique experience. Being a wholesale market, it mostly attracts those who want to buy a huge stock of flowers, but small street flower vendors also come here to fill up their daily stock. Tourists are equally welcome, and the market is a treat for photographers.Although Mumbai rains are famous for spoiling shopping experiences, you dont have to worry a
Sardar market Jodhpur
. This colourful market is located close to the famous Mehrangarh fort of Jodhpur, Rajasthan. The market offers you a wide variety of traditional Bandhej clothes, Mojris Rajasthani shoes , handicrafts, textiles, bangles, spices, etc.Women dressed in traditional Jodhpuri dresses and men with their colourful turbans will automatically attract you. Make sure you brush up on your bargaining powers before you enter the place.
Mahidharpura Diamond Market Surat
. If you see some men carrying hundreds of diamonds in their hands as if they are carrying common stones, you have entered the Mahidharpura diamond market of Surat, Gujarat. People would carry a huge amount of cash and buy diamonds here as if they would be buying groceries.Here the shopkeepers are busy polishing and examining the diamonds, and while you will spend 5 minutes looking, someone would have already exchanged a deal worth hundreds of mill
Jew Town Cochin
. If you want to get products from Kashmir to Kanyakumari, this is the place for you to go. Famous for its spices, this market also offers a huge variety of crafted shawls, jewelry, handicraft products, perfumes and clothes ? all sold by the last surviving Jewish families.The smell of various exotic spices will pull you towards the many small shops situated in a row. These spices were the biggest attraction here, but then these shops started shutti
Flea markets Goa
. If there is one thing you cant afford to miss except the beaches in Goa, it is the flea market. Started as a hippie exchange where the foreign tourists sold their possessions, Anjuna beach now has a much popular flea market which is set up every Wednesday. From jewelry, clothes, handmade toys to spices, tea, souvenirs and much more, this flea market has a lot to offer.Goas Mapusa Friday Bazaar is one of the few remaining authentic markets in Goa.
Khari Baoli Delhi
. This street in Delhi is Asias largest wholesale spice market. Operating since 17th century, the market offers you all kinds of spices, nuts, herbs and food products. It houses a good variety of dry fruits as well.One of the oldest spice markets in the world, the street is located near Chandni market and is surely a visitors delight.
Chowringhee lane Kolkata
. It is one of the busiest markets of Kolkata and sees footfalls from as early as 10 in the morning. From pretty dolls, keychains and souvenirs to dresses, shoes and costumes, you get it all here. You can easily reach the place by metro or bus.
Chor Bazaar Mumbai
. Chor Bazaar market of thieves is one of the largest flea markets in India. It is believed that if you lose something you can buy it back from chor bazaar. The market is famous for the vast variety of second hand goods and antique products on display. You can find anything here, from used dumbbells and machinery to handicrafts, clocks, coffee tables, chests. etc.
Janpath and Tibetan Market
. This very popular and lively Delhi market, which was recently given a makeover, has something for everyone. Youll find goods from everywhere in India and Tibet here, and its a great place to shop for things to take back home. However, youll need all your bargaining skills to get a really decent price.
. Khan Market is a small, U shaped, well established market thats one of Delhis classiest. Bargain hunters are likely to be disappointed at this market. Its got a loyal following who go there to shop at its branded outlets. One of the best things about this market is its interesting book shops. Its also got some excellent tailors who will make you a suit in less than a week. For Ayurvedic food, medicine and skin care check out Biotique, and Khadi.
. Some of the best bargain shopping in Delhi can be found in the crumbling and chaotic Main Bazaar of the Paharganj traveler ghetto. Many of the shops in Paharganj also deal in wholesale and export to foreign countries, making it a good place to come and hunt out unique and inexpensive goods to import back home.
. Sarojini Nagar is most famous for its really cheap designer clothes and reputable brands that have been rejected from export, either because of surplus quantity or small manufacturing defects. Shops and stalls, selling all kinds of clothes and fashion accessories, sprawl onto the streets. Theres also a sweet market Babu Market and vegetable market Subzi Mundi in the area.
. The hectic Lajpat Nagar market provides an interesting glimpse into Indian culture. Its one of the oldest markets in India and is abuzz with middle class Indian shoppers, all swarming around its roadside stalls and showrooms. One of this markets main attractions is the Mehendiwalas, who will apply beautiful henna designs to your hands with astonishing speed. Youll also find reasonably priced Indian kurti tops and salwaar kameez suits here.
. Famous for its art and antique shops, Sunder Nagar is a small and quaint market which attracts the rich Indian socialites. It is a well designed market in a posh neighborhood. There are many wonderful tea shops here, like the Regalia Tea House and Mittal Tea House.
Phillips Antiques Mumbai
. An unpredictably crafted Tanjore painting of 500 sq feet stockroom, Phillips Antiques lies in the Waterloo Mans of Principle Street, GPO Mumbai. As a famous shop encompassing of an incredible variety of Anglo Indian and Indo Portuguese fixtures the Phillips Antique is impeccable for the olden items of decoration. The matured Antique shop encases innumerable works of art particularly; wood carvings, old maps, furnitures. The Uncommon place of vali
Jew Town Kerala
. Well known for its exceptionally identity of Antique shops, the parkway Jew Town is a popular street in Kerala. Doling out exceptional vintage things all through the nation, the relic shops of Jew Town specialize in antiques since, colonial period.The Portuguese style houses of Jew Town have has remarkably devoted statues, wood carvings, adornments, glass, Bronze vessels, hand cut wooden end tables, wooden boxes from China, glass artworks and a g
Antique markets Delhi
. Unlike the other places, the metropolitan Delhi has more than a couple of antique markets such as Sunder Nagar Market, Janpath & Tibetan market, Khan Market and Dilli haat.As a market that is considered as more popular than an average market and as the market that doles out various merchants of old society craft, antiques, especially Indian style furniture, tableware and gems and several aged old products, Delhis Sunder Nagar antique Market is w
. Also known as GK is located in the sub urban area of Delhi. Divided in the two parts Part I and Part II, GK is the residential area of biggest middle class and upper middle class families. Both the zones have local markets for local residents. Greater Kailash Part I was developed by the DLF in early years. It has a wide range of restaurants and branded products. The M Block market has some famous brands such as Giovani, EDC, Puma, Addidas, Miss S
. Located close to the southern area of Delhi, South Extension is situated in the Ring Road just east of All India Institute of Medical Sciences. Divided in two parts South Extension I and South Extension II, the market offers you the experience of international shopping with the posh shops located in the market. The busiest day of market is Sunday where as it is closed on Monday.
. There are also several fashionable shopping malls in Delhi and NCR area in which you find all necessary things and entertainment zone under one roof.
Mangaldas Market Mumbai
. A stones throw off from Crawford Market is Mangaldas Market, a must visit on every prospective brides list. The home of traders from Gujarat, Mangaldas followed a natural course of development into a flourishing textile hub. Beautiful unstitched fabric and readymade salwar kameez and sarees are available at reasonable rates. Whats more, you can often bargain to your advantage to come away with metres of silk and lace at throwaway prices. Whether