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Delhi Markets: Gifts and Handicrafts
As the name of this store suggests, you can expect to find a lot of interesting and whimsical stuff at Crazy Daisy. Bird cages and window chimes in assorted colors and animals and birds in colorful ceramic. These are an excellent way to accessorize any room. Ceramic bowls, jugs, plates, platters and bowls and 3 tier stands for cakes and sandwiches are all available. They are all microwave safe, oven safe, and food safe. Teapots, glass cake covers, photo-frames et al. Odds and ends and a blast of color – that is what you will find in this shop. There is a separate section for kurtis and bags. Go here if you want to buy some unique gifts for your family and close friends. Young people who would want to add a dash of colour to accessorize their homes and make a statement should definitely visit this place. They have branches in some of the big malls.
Do you stuff things in chocolate boxes, product cartons, pickle bottles and so on? Why not go out and shop for pretty boxes for pills, tissues, junk jewellery and other odds and ends? Mehra Bros is just the shop to find beautiful, painted boxes. Small boxes are priced at Rs. 400 and big ones at Rs. 900 and more. You will find curios, artefacts, handicrafts and paintings as well. Stop here for a selection of brass and Indian hand-made and hand-painted products. Pretty pencil stands, small and large boxes, brass frames, brass clocks, miniature elephants, wall-hangings, candle-holders, masks, papier-mâché decorations, shawls, stoles, scarves, mirrors and picture/photo frames are all available. The brass products include small statues and figurines of many Hindu Gods, candle-stands and key holders. Prices at Mehra Bros range from Rs. 700 to Rs. 2000 per piece. It is a good place to buy gifts if you are traveling and need to take them along. This shop is located in the front row of Khan Market.
Style, luxury, elegance. Aesthetic concepts brought home to you by Anita Lal’s design house that is at once creative and whimsical. The home decor and lifestyle product range at Good Earth includes textiles, crockery, glassware, bed linen, cushion and pillows, skin care, essential oils and fragrance and silver-plated accessories. You take pride in buying a kansathali (plate made of an alloy of brass and tin) here. Yes, there is an emphasis on Indian-ness and quality and the prices are high. The tableware includes tea-sets, dinner sets, trays, mats and napkins. Even a cushion is an extraordinary creation with vivid colors, rich textures and pretty embroidery. Regal chandeliers, crystal decanters, ornate lampshades, exquisite vases and colorful bottles , all eclectic ideas for an elite home, are available here. They also have a stylish collection of ready to wear dresses such as palazzo pants, kurtis, skirts and stoles in cotton & other natural fabrics. The sari and blouse collection is from ‘Raw Mango’ . Sarees are priced in the range of Rs 30,000 to Rs 40,000 per piece. Spa products, “organic” line of products, herbal skincare, puja essentials… phew; it is most certainly an inspirational lifestyle that is being sold here. It is one of the best shops for home furnishings in Delhi and is located at a vantage point in the Khan Market Shopping Market.
Kriti Creations Khan Market
Kriti Creations Khan Market is a ‘one of a kind’ shop situated in the back row of the market area. The aroma of incense, the tinkling of chimes and of course a crowd of animated shoppers will tell you there is something round the corner even before you reach this Delhi shop. Statues of Hindu Gods and Goddesses in brass are a big draw . Incense sticks fill the air with thick aroma, while crystals and colorful bags and pouches catch the eye. The Buddha – both laughing and with the dragon, the dragon, the three-legged frog are all available. Wind chimes, gift boxes, Christmas decorations and candles are much in demand during Christmas. Shopping in Delhi for Rakhis ( colored thread which the sister ties on the brother’s hands in the Rakish Bandan festival ) or shopping for diyas in Diwali ( the festival of lights ) is conveniently done at Kriti Creations Khan Market
Dastakari Haat is a national association to sustain and promote Indian crafts,arts and textiles and was established in 1986 by crafts patron Jaya Jaitly. The Dilli Haat open air market is sponsored by Dastakari Haat. They have a permanent store in Khan Market, Delhi .The small shop, located on the 2nd floor, has an assortment of interesting items that is unlikely to be found elsewhere. Some of the items include hand painted tin tiffin boxes, evening bags made from basketry, hand painted glass bottles, small painted trunks, hand painted mini wooden chest of drawers, trays, bowls, mugs and wall hangings. It is fun to just potter around here. Adjacent to this shop is the Dastakar saree shop to promote handloom saris and other handmade drape textiles. South Indian cotton sarees, Bengal cotton sarees, Maheshwari sarees Kota sarees, Ikkat and Paitini sarees are some of the varieties available here. They also stock stoles and dupattas. If you are looking for exclusive handloom sarees, this store is worth a visit. For reviews of more such Delhi shop reviews, check out Shopkhoj!
Bharati Delhi Emporium
Silver jewellery is the highlight of Bharati Delhi Emporium. Heavy Ladakhi sets and earrings made with lapis lazuli, coral, onyx and mother of pearl are all available .The range for earrings starts from Rs.1200 a pair and necklace sets from Rs.5000 a set. In addition, they have zari bags with silver,golden thread embroidery and jute bags of various shapes and designs starting from Rs.250 and going upto Rs. 1500 per piece. Handloom cushion covers starting from Rs.150/ per piece, bedsheets and bedcovers starting from Rs.600/-and Kashmiri hand embroidered and woollen carpets are the other interesting items that are stocked here.
011 - 23363287
Ambapali Bihar Emporium
Ambapali Bihar Emporium review: Bihar is famous for Tussar silk and Matka silk.This store has a beautiful and colourful collection of these silk sarees . Some sarees have Kantha(chain stitch) work or paintings done in the border and the pallu of the sarees. Prices are in the range of Rs 4000 to Rs 7000 /saree. In the basement , there is a great selection of Madhubani paintings. Madhubani painting is done with fingers, twigs, brushes, nib-pens, and matchsticks, using natural dyes and pigments, and is characterized by eye-catching geometrical patterns. These paintings do not have an empty space in between. The prices range from Rs 5000 to Rs 70000 per painting at the Ambapali Bihar Emporium depending on the intricacy of the work. Search for other state emporiums in Delhi
Kairali (Kerala State Handicrafts)
Kerala is located in the south-west region of India on the Malabar coast. The traditional industries include coir, handlooms, and handicrafts . The State Emporium stocks handicraft items that are made of bamboo, wood , coconut shells and metals. Rose wood figurines of Hindu deities, inlaid panels in rosewood and wooden boats with oarsmen figures are on prominent display. Conch and coconut shell decorative pieces, buffalo horn work, bamboo bowls and table mats are some of the other unusual items on offer. Paper machie , wooden wall hangings and face masks are some of the exciting items you may want to check out. Traditional lamps in several shapes and sizes, made of brass, are an integral part of every Kerala household and the Emporium Kairali has a sizeable display of these lamps. If you are a lover of art, you will do well to check out the reprints of Raja Ravi Varma’s paintings. Raja Ravi Varma, who lived in the princely state of Travancore (1848-1906), was a world famous painter.
011 - 23363795, 23343326
Poompuhar (Tamil Nadu State Govt undertaking)
Tamil Nadu lies in the southernmost part of the Indian Peninsula. Poompuhar ,the state Emporium of Tamilnadu ,is a very interesting place to visit. Kanjivaram and Arani, are two prominent towns in Tamil Nadu famous for pure zari silk saris and handloom silk weaving industries. Coimbatore is known as the “Manchester of South India” for its cotton production and Madurai is well known for its ‘Chungidi‘, which are bright coloured cotton saris with white patterns. The Emporium stocks saris from all these places.Sandalwood and rosewood carvings and deities of Hindu gods and goddesses are pieces of art, as also the big brass lamps, brass handicrafts, and bronze deities. Making of bronze figurines’, depicting the many gods and goddesses of the temples, is a traditional craft in Tamil Nadu. The prices range from Rs 5000 to Rs 6,00,000 per piece. The other speciality of Tamil Nadu is the Tanjore painting. This is a major form of classical South Indian art originating from the town of Tanjore in Tamil Nadu. Tanjore paintings are panel paintings done on solid wood planks, with gold leaf and semi precious stones. All these products are available in the Emporium. This is one of the best shop for handicrafts in Delhi.
011 - 23363913
Pragjyotika (Assam Handloom)
Assam is a Northeastern State of India. A land of high rainfall, Assam’s biggest contribution to the world is tea. Pragjyotika – The State Emporium specializes in a variety of Assamese handicraft and handloom items and, of course, tea. The Emporium has a fine selection of attractive bamboo lampshades, baskets, magazine and letter holders, flower vases and trays. The handloom section houses very distinctive pure Assam silk saris whose prices start from Rs 6000. Muga silk is the main product of Assam and due to its low porosity, the Muga yarn cannot be bleached or dyed and hence its natural golden color is retained in the fabric. Others like Pat silk are usually in brilliant white or off-white colour. Eri silk, also known as Endi or Errandi, is soft and warm and is popularly used in shawls and quilts. Pragjyotika also have special bedcovers made from cotton and silk threads starting from Rs 500 per piece.
011 - 23344784
Cauvery Karnataka State Arts and Crafts Emporium
The State of Karnataka is famous for rosewood, sandalwood and teakwood. The Sandalwood gives out a wonderful fragrance and can be easily carved to make beautiful figurines. Cauvery Karnataka State Arts and Crafts Emporium stocks a great selection of such pieces ,including garlands made with sandalwood shavings. Mysore and Bengaluru are the main centers for rose wood carving and the local artists make beautiful items. Tables , chairs and dining pieces are all available with inlay work on them. Teakwood is also found in the State and hence there are several furniture and other figurines made of this wood on display . For more such shop reviews, search on Shopkhoj
Gurjari- Gujarat state emporium
The State emporium of Gujarat, Gurjari is a rich and colourful hotspot for embroidery, clay and terracotta work, hand block printing and bandhini (tie & dye) work . Readymade and ready-to-stitch materials enriched with appliqué, mirror and beads are available in plenty and are irresistible. The beautiful creations are not restricted to apparel alone. You can buy similar excellent products for decorating the home as well. Their wall hangings or chaklas, door hangings (toran), letter holders, mirrors and fans can be cherished items in a lovingly furnished home. The terracotta and clay work is also very attractive. Saris from Gujarat including patola silk and hand block printing in mulmul are expensive but well worth the money. This is one of the best shop for handicrafts in Delhi.
Ravissant is a 3-decade-old store run by Ravi and Mina Chawla. As you walk into the store you start experiencing the comfort of luxury shopping. On display are fashionable textiles and silver ware. This is a spacious store spread over two floors with an exclusive spa /beauty parlor on the 3rd floor called Blliis The textile section on the ground floor has select handwoven saris and lehangas in Benarsi, Chanderi, Kanjivaram silk and Venkatgiri fabrics. They also have a pret line with tunics and salwar suits . In addition , there is a separate section for home décor products like bed spreads ,cushions and table mats. Block prints, organza applique work and Kadi prints are some of the novel styles used in the home décor line of products. All the design and manufacturing is done in-house. They can customize the garments and home décor items and take up turnkey interior design projects as well. The silver ware section is on the first floor. There is a huge display of divinity items, dining and other display pieces in sterling silver. Each piece is uniquely designed and crafted. They have 200 master silversmiths working in their factories who have been trained by leading silversmiths from Holland, Germany and Switzerland. Also on display are silver plated articles. They undertake bulk orders for weddings and corporate gifting. For reviews of more such Delhi shop reviews, check out Shopkhoj!
011- 45105500 / 26837278
The Wishing Chair
A home store, named after the famous Enid Blyton book, The Wishing Chair lives up to its name of being a fantasy store where you enjoy the simple pleasure of looking at the delightful items on display .On display are colourful dining and serving products and home décor items . The store has a display of tea pots and tea cups ,cake trays, candle stands, salad plates, jars et all. The colours are bright and the designs are pretty , bringing back images of fairy tales and Enid Blyton books .Besides, they also stock handbags, belts, stray pieces of furniture, wired cup stools, lights, handmade stationery, posters and candles. Potter around and also have a cup of tea at ‘The MAD TEA POT ‘ the café which is inside the shop ,while you decide what to buy. A whimsical store for gifts and dreamy homeware.
Wives of air force officers have come together to offer a select range of collectibles , mostly home decor pieces, at Santushti Concept. Choose from a vast array of gifts, the most attractive being in silver plating and white metal. Deities of the Hindu pantheon and candle stands are favorites. There is a choice of wooden trays, brass vases and statuettes. Fine artificial jewellery in silver and with semi-precious stones and beads is tempting. Household linen, including bed and cushion covers and table mats, is also available. With a wide range to choose from, a generous display of items and price points as low as Rs. 200 – Rs 500 per piece, it is pleasure to stop by and shop here.
Indian Arts Corner
As you walk into Indian Arts Corner, you marvel at the beautiful collection of marble artefacts and innumerable figurines in semiprecious stone. Huge elephants of 1 to 2 feet in height made of marble and inlaid with gold , marble plates, figurines of Hindu gods like Ganesh, Krishna and Radha and other deities in marble, jade , and other semi-precious stones are all available . There are a few artefacts in sandalwood as well . The price starts at Rs 4000 per piece . If you are interested in jewellery ,take a look at the necklaces in precious and semi-precious stones.
Purbasha –Tripura Emporium
Tripura is a tiny State in India in the North East ,bordering Bangladesh. The population mainly consists of hilly and tribal people.The Tripura State shopping Emporium in Baba Kharak Singh Marg Delhi is called Purbasha. Purbasha stocks a variety of products as also furniture made from cane and bamboo. There are baskets, table mats and runners , trays, stools ,chairs and tables, all made from cane or bamboo .There are a few pieces on the ground floor and several other pieces on the basement floor . In addition, they have a great range of sarees and fabrics at very reasonable prices. They stock Jamdani /Tant sarees. The Tant is the one of the finest forms of handloom products originally from West Bengal . The sari is woven from cotton and is very famous for its lightness and transparency. Jamdani weaving is a rich intricate and traditional work on cotton or fine cotton (muslin) . Today ,Jamdani saris are available in cotton, pure silk and tussar silk. Daccai (Dhakai)Jamdani saris are distinct from other varieties due to their very fine texture and their elaborate and ornate workmanship. The saris are elegant,simple & affordable . Tant cotton saris with gold zari work are around Rs 2000 a piece . The saris are in very light shades such as beige, off white, pink & yellow. If you are looking for original Bengali Tant saris then this emporium is one of the best shops in Delhi. For reviews of more such Delhi shop reviews, check out Shopkhoj!
011 2336 4610
H.P State Handicrafts & Handloom Corporation Ltd.
H.P State Handicrafts & Handloom Shop review: Himachal Pradesh, is a hilly State in the North of India , bordering the Himalayas. Its people have expertise in the fine art of spinning and weaving of wool and this is evident in the pashmina shawls and the thicker, more functional, brightly patterned woolen shawls that they […]
Bridal lehengas -Kinari Bazar Firstly, if there is a wedding in the family, Kinari Bazar in delhi is the place to go for shopping. There are shops and more shops that stock bridal lehengas and wedding wear sarees. The bridal lehengas start from Rs15000/piece and can go up to more than Rs1,00,000/piece. Walk around in Kinari Bazar and Nai Sadak. There are lanes and alleys that will lead you to small shopping markets in Chandni Chowk. The lanes are stocked with shops selling bridal lehengas . Many of them are wholesalers. They are hence able to share a reasonable price for the bridal lehengas. As the lehenga is to be worn just once, many brides do not wish to spend exorbitant sums of money on them. Bridal lehengas – Kinari Bazar have some of the best collection. All the wedding essentials-Bridal trousseau The market is known for all types of wedding finery – sehra or grooms turbans, ornate lehengas, bridal veils, gold brocade sherwanis, in fact the entire bridal trousseau is available both on hire and for sale. There are countless little shops selling garlands made of gold and silver tinsel, crisp currency notes, colourful beads, colourful gleaming sequins and so on. Ornate borders in Kinari Bazar In embroidery, kinari means edging or borders – so the small market is replete with ribbons and borders for saris and salwars. The collection is huge – plain, silver and gold textured patterns, gold strings, mirror-work, kundan, sequin, lace, embroidery, embellishments galore! The borders come in lots of colours and varying widths, from thin ribbon strings to four-inch borders for lehengas. Borders are normally sold as nine-meter pieces and cost anything between Rs. 400 and Rs. 3000 each ,depending on the work. This market also has some shops which sell gift boxes, tissue cloth bags, ribbons and gold- plated trays for weddings or special occasions. Also available at Kinari Bazar are aesthetic gift wraps and envelopes for gift cheques and cash as well. For more such shop reviews, search on Shopkhoj
Dariba Kalan in Chandni Chowk is the oldest bullion market in the city . There are many, many shops ,although famous names like Shri Ram Hari Ram Jewellers, Jankidas and Ratan Chand Jwala Nath, who are in business since several decades , are easy to recall. Jewellers’ street as it was once known, has in the past seen brisk trade in gold, silver, diamonds, gems and precious stones. Now many shops here deal with silver and costume jewellery. You can shop here for intricate filigree work in silver, gift items like photo frames and cups, small silver figurines of Hindu gods and goddesses, silver trays and plates. If you visit Shri Ram Hari Ram, you will be surprised to find silver chairs and silver cups. They mostly sell gold and silver, but the new generation is also dabbling in diamond, gems, birthstones and precious stones.
Market: Chandni Chowk
Central Cottage Industries Emporium
Indian Handicrafts in Connaught Place Delhi Ever wondered where you could get the big stone/metal/wood Indian deities like Ganesha, Nataraja Saraswati and Krishna? That exquisite Bankura silver elephant with glittering enamel-work? Those hand-crafted boxes of incense cones that aid yoga and meditation? It is here, it is here, it is here – at the Central […]