5 TOP CITIES FOR SHOPAHOLICS IN INDIA : Hello Friends, you also fond of go on shopping. Some of the peoples ever think that shopping is a waste of time and money. But, are they always buy stuff off the internet and haven’t been to a store in ages, it is impossible. They have to go outside to buy some things. When ever you go on a trip in any place or city you don’t forget to go on shopping and buy there’s famous things. So what kind of wait we have. Let’s go on a ride of 5 Top Cities Shopaholics In India.
Delhi is the best place for shopping because If there is one place where you get the best of both traditional, ethnic and contemporary as well as budget street shopping and splurging designer labels. If you are interested in street shopping than Connaught place (CP) and Janpath Market, Sarojini Nagar and Lajpat Nagar of clothing (sometimes even top brands) and jewelry on a budget. Delhi Haat is essintial for handicrafts in all around the country.
Jaipr and Rajsthan are famous for the rajput kings, forts and palaces, the food, the culture. Jaipur is also famous for great street shopping. The pink city is famous for jewelry like Lac, Trinkets, Precious, Customized and traditional clothing, traditional jaipuri jootis, The famous puppets and handicrafts. Jauhari Bazaar is famous for the precious and semi precious jewellery along with Minakari work. Bapu Bazar is famous for the colorful textiles and if you want to have curling under the quilt during winter than you can visit the Hawa Mahal which is famous for the quilts.
Goa is a famous destination for both Indian and foreigners. You can pick up anything under the sun likt modern clothes, junk jewellery, antiques and artifacts. The Arpora saturday night market is famous there and you can find unusual fashion, colourful fabrics and leather sandals. You also visit the Anjuna Flea market it famous for beaded earrings necklaces, mirrored accessories, embroidered and embellished clothes.
Kerala is also a famous tourist destination. If you walls in Fort Cochin and Mattancherry than you imagine you are walking through the pages of history. Fort Cochin and Jew Street are famous for antiques like wall clocks, paintings, vases etc from the Dutch, French and Portuguese era. It also famous for like all the other shopping destinations for the road side eateries like mouth watering sea fish recipes.
As we all knows that Kolkata is famous for the Bengali saris with red borders. The New Market is the best place for buy saris, it has 200 stalls and you can buy traditional jewelry to go with the sari. If you are fond of buy indian handicrafts so you can go to Dakshinapan Shopping Centre and if you are a book lover or love the smell of books than Oxford Bookstore is the best place for you.