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India is a shopper’s paradise offering a wealth of products and an incredible range to choose from. In other words,be it the most traditional jewellery to go with your Kanjeevaram saree, or that perfect lamp to enhance your home, India has it all. For instance, each of India’s 29 States and 7 Union Territories has its unique offering of textiles and clothing, jewellery, and handicrafts. As a matter of fact, it can be overwhelming to navigate all that India has to offer.

For instance, knowing where to shop for specific products requires skill, inside knowledge and most importantly, the time. Luckily, we have that! Gathered over decades of shopping in India, we provide local knowledge on over 1000+ Shops, Markets and Malls. Above all, we currently have information on 7 different cities (Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Pondicherry, and Jaipur), but hope to expand this list to more. In other words, we provide you with all the information you need before you even visit the shops – timings, address, unique offerings etc. As a matter of fact, we take the place of your local friend – guiding you on what to buy where….telling you about which shops sell authentic products, which ones are just overpriced.

For example, we find the places, so you don’t have to. Along the way we offer deep dives into product glossaries, history, culture, specialties unique to different cities, as well as detailed information on markets and shops within cities.

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Clothing, Fabrics, and Textiles Shopping in India

Clothing (fabrics and textiles) available in India can dazzle your eyes, covering the colors of the rainbow and all shades and hues in between! The range of material used is unsurpassed – from cottons, different types of silks, organzas, and ….

Further, each region has its unique signature weave, distinct style of fabric and something distinct.

  • Banarasi saris from the city of Benaras
  • Kanjivaram silk from Kanchipuram near Chennai
  • Dhaka muslin from Kolkata,
  • Ikaat from Pochampally, Telengana,
  • Chanderi from Madhya Pradesh
  • …..and so much more

Jewellery shopping in India

Firstly, jewellery available holds a mirror to India’s rich cultural diversity. For example, from traditional jewellery used to adorn idols in temples, to contemporary designs, there’s something to satisfy everyone. Further, the range of stonework, gems, material used in the intricate patterns available cannot be found anywhere else in the world.

  • Gold Temple jewellery in South India
  • Kundan and Polki from North India
  • Meenakari jewellery in Western India
  • Silver, corals, pearls
  • …and so much more

India Shopping - Handicrafts

Similarly, the best cultural traditions of a country can be found in its handicrafts. In other words, one could almost say they provide a peek into the soul of a country, showcasing the artisans and the traditions that they carry forward. In addition, the range and beauty of the different offerings makes handicrafts shopping in India almost a divine experience. Once again, each region has its own unique stamp.

  • Sandalwood carvings of Karnataka
  • Exquisite bronze idols from Tamil Nadu
  • Marble and Wooden work from Rajasthan and UP
  • World-class intricately woven silk carpets from Kashmir
  • …and so much more

India Shopping - Accessories

For instance, you’ve found that perfect jacket – but how do you make it unique to your style? How to distinguish yourself from all the others who own that same jacket? That’s where accessorizing comes into play. For example, from scarves to the softest Pashmina shawl to enhance the look of the long silk kurta – there’s something for every fashionista in India to choose from. Above all, it is distinctive to the different regions.

  • Kolhapuri sandals/chappals from Maharashtra
  • Softest Pashmina wool shawls and stoles from Kashmir
  • Juttis and Morjaris (similar to ballet shoes) from North India
  • ..and so much more

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