Top 10 Markets in India a Shopaholic Will Love!

Colaba Causeway, Mumbai Photo by Karan Patil, CC BY-ND 2.0   Shopping is a must-do in Mumbai! It has a number of street shopping markets, but everyone there knows that Colaba is the best one! It is filled with numerous shops selling accessories, clothes, footwear, artefacts, bags and more to make you look like a Bollywood celebrity in a go! It’s a fashionistas paradise and dream come true to all those who love to shop! Most fashion and beauty bloggers in Mumbai come here to satiate their wardrobe and makeup needs. Also make sure to check out Dadar, and Linking Road for some great deals!  

Elco Market and Hill Road, Mumbai

Photo by JamesDeMers, CC0 1.0   Another famous hub for shopaholics in Mumbai is the Elco Market is a one stop destination for all things great! It has everything, including food to uplift your mood! It is well-equipped with branded stores as well as local shops which give you a lot of room to bargain. Therefore, if you want to experience the rush of bargain, Elco street is a must visit in Mumbai!  

Commercial Street, Bangalore

Photo by Saad Faruque, CC BY-SA 2.0   The main place for ethnic and western fashion in Bangalore, commercial street has lived true to its name. Housewares, clothes, gadgets and shiny accessories are sold here, at alarmingly cheap rates! The area is quite vast, and takes about a whole day to look around. The best stores are further inside, so make sure you’re all prepped for a long walk through, which is definitely worth the toil!  

Sarojini Bazaar, Delhi

Photo by rose_mcavoy, CC0 1.0   Just like Mumbai, Delhi has so many markets to shop at, but Sarojini bags the top spot when you are looking for some traditional accessories, glittering bindis, colourful bangles and footware with a bling! The market offers a wide range of clothing for both men and women. It gives you a chance to blend in the real culture of Delhi. There is so much bling, fresh stock every week, and so many little trinkets- making this market a boon for shopaholics!  

Hazratganj, Lucknow

Photo by DWilliams,CC0 1.0   Lucknow is the city of Nizams, and here the outfits they used to wear and the food they ate have stories dedicated to them. The finest of artists from across the world have travelled to gift the Nizams with the clothes they made, and many settled in Lucknow itself. Hazratganj is the place where you can buy the best fabrics with intricate Chikankari and Salma-Gota work, passed on to their generations by skilled artisans.  

Bapu Bazaar, Jaipur

Photo by yasin-khalifa0, CC0 1.0   Everyone who visits Jaipur has Bapu Bazaar on their “Must Visit at All Costs” list! It is always crowded and noisy, with beautiful Rajasthani stuff like Lehenga Cholis, Bangles, Jhumkas and other accessories, anklets and cloth bags, most importantly, the localmade juttis! The place looks even more lively owing to the stunning mirror work reflecting light, which are used in everything!  

Fashion Road, Pune

Photo by marsian, CC0 1.0   Well, it is called Fashion Street for a reason after all! There’s an abundance of clothes to pick from, so many colors and designs, so much that it will be hard to decide for sure! And FC street is right around the corner, to fill your tummies after which you can immediately resume shopping!  

Janpath, Delhi

Photo by Hans, CC0 1.0   As we had said, Delhi has so many places to shop! Janpath is the second best there is, and the most famous! There are not many vehicles plying about, and it is thus easier and less stressful on the shoppers! One can find anything and everything here! On any given day, the places are laden with travelers and tourists, buying souvenirs and gifts to take back home.  

Pondy Bazaar, Chennai

Photo by LoggaWiggler, CC0 1.0 Not to be confused with the market in Puducherry, the Pondy Bazaar has various local silks, and jewelry to match. Ethnic wear is sold largely, along with material that best suits the climate of the city! It is one of the best places in Chennai to shop for a traditional South-Indian look and feel!

Arpora Night, Goa

Photo by OsRúpias, CC BY-ND 2.0 Open every Saturday, this flea market of sorts has music, food, clothes and fun! If you thought Goa was just about the beaches, think again, because you can never go wrong or back home without pretty accessories and decorative made out of sea shells! It is a night market, and the place is lit up perfectly. Like everything else, shopping is a party in Goa too! So, now you know where the desires of the shopaholic in you will be finding solace in this beautiful country. Wait no more! Pack and plan a trip to India with extra bags to bring back all the stuff you are going to buy!]]>

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