Incredible India! The country is given the correct name as it comprises of vibrant palette of colours having varied cultures, religions, traditions, languages, dressing, rituals and many more! Different parts of the country have varied cuisines which are not worth missing! No doubt, people these days are buying from online shopping portals but this country has most exotic street markets known as street bazaars. Street shopping in India is very popular, where you are certain to get beautifully crafted items at affordable price! The craze of street shopping in India is so famous that people take up a special shopping tour of the various cities of the country. Here, we shall discuss some of the well-known street bazaars which you can visit in near future!
Colaba Causeway, west India (Mumbai): This is a well-known and one of the expensive street markets situated in the heart of the city near to Taj Mahal Palace hotel. Beautiful accessories, charms, trinkets, designer attires and antiques are some of the specialities of this market. How much to pay for a single product will be completely depended on your bargaining skills! If you can bargain well, you are certain to get the things almost at half price! You can come across ample of international tourists while roaming this street bazaar.
Arpora Saturday night bazaar, (Goa): Visiting this night market would really be a fun! It is considered as one of the biggest fun-loving and entertaining place in Goa. It commences on Saturday around 4 pm and lasts till 11 pm in the night. The best time to visit this market is after 6 pm, when almost all the shops are open and you can see wide varieties of products around! Here, you can see the stalls selling kashmiri carpets, spices, jewellery, varied types of cuisines and ongoing live Indian style classical music will add a charm in the setting!You should not return back without trying fresh fruit mocktails or magic tequila that will certainly make your day!
Chor bazaar: Oh my God! You are really stressing on the word “chor”? Due to Britisher’s mispronounciation of Shor bazaar, this market became famous as chor bazaar! You can find this market on the busy Muhammad Ali Road in Mumbai. By listening the name of the market, peole might take the literal meaning of Chor, but to clear out misconceptions, this market concentrates on selling second hand products and not the stolen ones! This markt ahs antique and vintage collections and remains closed on Fridays. Well, on other days you can visit the market between 11 am to 7.30 pm.
Law Garden, West India (Ahemdabad): Law garden market will certainly offer you an authentic experience of shopping! If you are planning to visit it, make sure you are going after 6 pm. This market will lend you the extensive varieties of embroidered wall hangings, beautiful and colourful chaniya cholis, special kutchi bed sheets, antique jewellery and many more different things! You should not miss out the stalls of yummy delicacies beside this market!
The New Market, East India (Kolkata): Located in Lindsay street, this market is one of the oldest and popular one! You will go crazy seeing more than 2000 stalls in the market that offers wide range of products from clothes to eateries. You can visit the market from 10 am to 8 pm from Monday to Friday, and if you are planning to go on Saturdays, you are restricted to the time limit till 2.30 pm. This market remains closed on Sunday! This chaotic market also marks on your bargaining skills.
Connaught place, North India (Delhi): This is one of the largest commercial, financial and business centers in Delhi. This market has a unique horse-shoe shape and is surrounded by major restaurants, banks, apparel shops, and so on. You will not miss out on a single product during road side shopping of socks, hair bands, mobile covers, show pieces, cushion covers and so on. You can find all the popular brand products here! The market has all the well-known food outlets where you can satiate your hunger.
Bapu market, North India (Jaipur): You should not miss out visiting this popular bazaar that will lend you the perfect shopping experience with the varieties of handicrafts, bed sheets, quilts and carpets, mojris crafted from camel skin, salwar kameez sets and fabrics. You should miss out the tangy tastes of Jaipuri suparis and churans from the popular Sukur provision store. Mouth watering gol gappas and faluda kulfi is sure to sway away your tiredness! If you are fond of mehendis, you can embellish your palm with beautiful mehendi designs from the mehendi artists sitting outside the shops in bapu bazaar!
Bohita Bazaar, North India ( Nainital): If you are looking out to buy some woollen clothes in nainital, Bhita bazaar would be grate option for you! It is well-known for trendy as well as cheap woollen shawls, regular hoodies and sweaters! If you have that strong bargaining skills you are sure to get amazing products at lower price. Different knik-knacks are also available throughout this market.
Commercial street, South India ( Bangalore): This busy going market is popular for selling jewellery, home décor items, apparels, shoes and so on. Your pockets will be less burdened if you are great at your bargaining skills! Lip smacking food in the street will be one of the exciting things for people who are in for shopping.
Laad Bazaar, South India (Hydrabad): Chaarminar has this amazing market which is well-known for selling colourful bangles! If you are soon going tie a knot, you should visit this market for your wedding shopping. You will also come across some of the beautiful zari laces, best perfumes, hair clips, textiles and various other jewellery options. Due to the narrow lane of this market, entry of cars and auto rickshaw are restricted.