When the name of shopping comes, everyone says Women loves shopping but it is not like that. India is not only about the places to visit but you can find here many street shops, markets and malls. You can buy Antiques, expensive diamonds, clothing’s, jewelries and more. Every place on India contains the specific shopping items. Read here about top places for Shopping Enthusiast in India.
Foreigners also love to shop in India. They plan India Tours to visit destinations and involves in shopping activities. Shopping in Mumbai is a fun and so many people love it.
Shopping is a fun and so many people love it. It is not tough to give a list of malls and fashion line stores in Mumbai for shopping. You can find many malls in the city for luxurious shopping where you can entertain yourself with movies, food and also shop for various items. On the other hand, this is the land of markets. There are a lot of different markets for many items. These markets are colorful and you can spend a whole day visiting one market after another. Bandra is a hub for shoppers. You can find every fashion element here. Other fashion shop streets are Hill Road, Colaba Causeway, Fashion Street and others.
Crawford Market is an ancient building that is turned into a market. You can buy everything starting from fruits to spices. You can also buy pets from this market. Zaveri Market is well known for jewelries. You can find precious stones, jewelries, uncut jewels, gold and so on.
There is a Chor Market that has been in the city for more than 150 years. You can buy anything from electronics to antique masterpieces for a lesser price. If you are looking for electronics, Lamington Road is the right place to go.
Many travel agents provide Mumbai City Tours that focus entirely on markets. You can find food market tour packages, Dharavi Slum Area and market walks. Each Market has certain religious structures inside the market which are architectural elements of Mumbai tourism.
Jaipur is known as Pink City and one of the main tourist destinations in Rajasthan. It is also the one-stop shopping destination for antiques and jewelries. Johari Bazaar, Tripolia Bazaar, Chandpol Bazaar, Kishanpol Bazaar and Bapu Bazaar are the famous markets here. You can find Gold, Silver, Kundan or any kind or gem here. Not only gems and jewelries, you can find traditional Rajasthani Clothings like saree, lehangas and dupattas.
If you are in Hyderabad, you need to shop for pearls. Laad Bazaar, Inorbit Mall, Begum Bazaar, Abuds and many other shopping spots are right places for any shopaholic. You can buy Hyderabadi styled dresses, electronic items, antiques, semi precious jewels and many others. Charminar is the right place to start sightseeing if you are a shopaholic. There are shops on all sides from Charminar. You can find variety of shops. The most important of all is the perfume market that is located near Charminar. This is the market for all kinds of perfumes from the local perfumes that were used by Nawabs to international fragrances in a glass vial. If you love craft works, you should shop at Abids street.
Mozzam Jahi market is for pottery, groceries, hookahs and flowers. If you want some fashion purchase, you should visit the 200 years old Koti Sultan Bazaar. Antique market goes by its name. You can find very interesting items like chandelier, replicas and many others. This market is also near Charminar. You can buy hundreds of Indian made products at Nampally. It is an exhibition centre that is always on sale. Pot market is for some serious jewellery buyers. You can also find artificial jewelleries, garments and vegetables. Visit Hussain Sagar Lake and you would find a lot of shops to bargain and shop. You can find interesting souvenirs here. There are a lot of malls in Hyderabad where you can enjoy some luxury shopping and entertainment at the same time. But, if you want some serious shopping experience, then the road side shops are the best.
There are a lot of other shopping destinations in India like Kanyakumari, Delhi and so on. If you love shopping so much, remember that every city in India has many streets and even small section of district completely dedicated to shops and boutiques.