PERFECT MARKETPLACE FOR DIWALI SHOPPING

Sakshi Nagar 20-10-2022 08:39 PM Culture

The festival of Diwali is about to come and preparations have started across the country. While most of the houses are being cleaned for Diwali, many people are thinking of new ideas for decoration and rangoli. Meanwhile, the most important part of the preparations for the festival is shopping. From clothes, jewellery, diyas, lights, and gifts, there are many things to buy for Diwali. While most people get excited after hearing the name of shopping, it also becomes a headache for some when they do not understand where to go shopping. To remove the headache of finding perfect markets, we have brought 5 such cities in India which are perfect for Diwali shopping. Along with this, we will also tell you where it would be better to shop in these cities. Let's see which are those 5 cities-

1. DELHI

What better than the national capital for Diwali shopping? There are many famous markets in the city where you can find good and sustainable things at a reasonable price. The first name for shopping in Delhi is Chandni Chowk where you will find a great collection of ethnic clothes. Dilli Haat and Connaught Place are also good options for budget shopping. Apart from this, you can also visit Palika Bazaar and Lajpat Nagar for decoration items and jewellery. The same, Sarojini Nagar has always been a good option for shopping.

2. JAIPUR

How can we forget Rajasthan when it comes to traditional clothes and jewellery. You will find many options for Diwali shopping in Jaipur. Johri Bazaar is famous for traditional Kundan jewellery. One can buy clothes, bags, and shoes at Nehru Bazaar. By bargaining in Bapu Bazaar, you can take decorations and shoes of Rajasthani culture.

3. MUMBAI

Mumbai is considered a great place to buy clothes. If you want to get good quality clothes for less money then this city is a good option for you. You can visit the Colaba causeway and Fashion Street. Also, the Bandra Linking Road is also famous for clothing and footwear. Chira Bazar and Zaveri Bazar towards South Mumbai are also good for jewellery. You will also find many big brands in High Street Phoenix in Lower Parel.

4. KOLKATA

There is more than one shopping destination in Kolkata during Diwali. Hogg's Market or New Market in Kolkata is great for buying clothes, especially sarees. From Park Street to New Market on Chowringhee Road near the Oberoi Grand Hotel, there are many street vendors selling terracotta wear and decorative wall plaques. Quest Mall in Ballygunge is a great place for all kinds of branded things.

5. CHENNAI

You can do good shopping during Diwali in Chennai too. From traditional artifacts to clothes, shoes, jewellery- you will find everything here. A wide variety of clothes, shoes, and jewelry are available in Pondy Bazaar. Thyagaraya Nagar has some of the best shopping centers for clothing, electronic products, and jewellery. For branded goods, the city has several malls like Express Avenue in Royapettah High Road, Spencer Plaza in Anna Salai etc.

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