To all the shopaholics out there, today I’ve come up with a win-win deal to satisfy the shopper within you. Shopping gives us immense joy and the joy of buying products at prices lesser than the retailing price is unmatched. So, come along and I’ll take you to several places in India where you can shop to your heart’s content. Let’s go to see what these markets have for us.
1. Sarojini Nagar Market, Delhi
This place is full of high street trends at shops that run along two long lanes. It has got vintage antiques, wallets, belts and anything in leather and plenty of junk jewellery, room decors, and clothing items at just unbelievable prices.
2. Arpora Saturday Night Market, Goa
If you’re in Goa you must visit this place. This flea market starts at 6 in the evening where you’ll get to buy local products from several boutiques, designer stalls at minimum prices. Various international products can be bought at cheapest rates.
3. FC Market, Pune
From fresh flowers to books and magazines and clothes, you’ll get it all in here. Purses, bags, fashions accessories available at this shopping destination attracts a huge number of crowd daily.
4. New Market, Kolkata
This one is the oldest in Kolkata and is an one stop destination for all the shopping freaks present in the city. With 1500+ stalls, this place has everything from leather items, jewelries, dresses, shoes, food, sunglasses to stuffed toys.
5. Colaba Causeway, Mumbai
This one is another “sab kuchh milega” market. This market with books, handicrafts, brass items, incense and clothes will keep you updated. Name inscribed rice grain is also available here.
6. Commercial Street, Bangalore
This market has lots in spices, jewelries, home decors and clothes. There is so much to shop from the narrow streets flanked with several stalls. Do try the Sulaimani chai.
7. Hazratganj Market, Lucknow
From olden day stalls to modern day malls, showrooms and factory outlet, this century old market has Chikankari, khadi, handmade dresses, ornaments, and sarees for you. Seva Chikan, Janpath, Sahar Mall are top shopping sites. The market remains closed on Sundays.
8. Bapu Bazar, Jaipur
This famous market has huge collection of dupattas, scarves, bangles, jutis and all traditional Rajasthani works. Stone works, brass items, ornaments are available at affordable prices and attracts tourists from all over India.
9. Police Market, Shillong
This market is full of tribal art product that’ll easily qualify a spot in your room. Exploring various designs, you can buy Khasi traditional dresses, shawls, jackets, trendy head gears and accessories from this bazar.
Don’t forget to carry your bargaining skills when you visit these markets as the more you bargain, the more you gain. And who doesn't wants to get their hands on some really eye-catching outfits that too for half a price of those pocket heavy brands?
Make sure you choose the best and don't forget to click those cool selfies.