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Mehar Chand Market

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Khan Market’s lack of space (mind you, it is the most expensive retail space in India) has prompted many new shop owners to open shops in the adjacent Meher Chand Market. This market was once known for grocery shopping and its tailors, and is now home to an eclectic set of entrepreneurs . Specialty organic […]
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Best Shops in Mehar Chand Market
 
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The Shop
The Shop

The Shop

It is a spacious store that stocks stoneware products , garments, kitchen and dining accessories. Stoneware products include plates, bowls, cups, candle stands and such items. They come with a dull finish, typically in colours ...
 
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karigir
karigir

Karigiri

The Karigiri store has a huge variety of architectural accessories such as doors, pillars, almirahs, windows, beds, chest of drawers, sculptures and artefacts. Antique swings, decorative painted doorways, ethnic looking side bo...
 
 
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Crazy Daisy

As the name of this store suggests, you can expect to find a lot of interesting and whimsical stuff. Bird cages and window chimes in assorted colors and animals and birds in colorful ceramic. These are an excellent way to acces...
 

 
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play_clan

Play Clan

Another of those funky shops that is a great hit with youngsters. Shirts, key chains, fridge magnets, iPod covers, cushion covers with non-regular prints and designs are all available. There are digital prints and motifs of Hin...
 
 
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nappa_dori

Nappa Dori

They are well known for their leather and canvas bags collection. Quirky graphics and digital prints adorn the canvas. The canvas has motifs of Indian deities, images of rural India, Moghul and British India. If old fashioned t...
 
 
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soma
soma

Soma

They opened their first store in 1984 and they have therafter opened stores in Jaipur, Udaipur, Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Cochin. They stock Rajasthani cottons in block print designs. They have a choice of kurtis, salwars...