Shop till you drop but overload your luggage with the cheapest items when you travel to these cities of India.
1. Jhanpat, Delhi
Shop without digging a big hole in your pocket. Jhanpat market in Delhi has everything from handicrafts to clothes. Being one of the historical places, it attracts the tourist crowd the most. The street is usually crowded because it connects Connaught Palace (CP) to Lodhi Road. So, if you’re excellent in bargaining and in Delhi, Jhanpat is the best option for you!
2. Colaba, Mumbai
If you’re done taking the tour of the cosmopolitan city, this is one historical British corner of Mumbai with a street full of stalls selling the best things you could buy. Cheap for the pocket and rich with the architecture, Colaba has clothes, handicrafts, art pieces, books, embellished accessories, etc.!
3. Laxmi Road, Pune
Laxmi Road is a street in Pune that specializes in selling clothes only. From Jeans to Sarees, name anything related to clothing and you’ll find it here. Favourite for all college students, the area surprises us with its prices.
4. Arpora Saturday Night Bazaar, Goa
There’s no place like Goa. It’s heaven for people who enjoy cheap shopping and beer. Arpora Saturday night Bazaar starts at 6 PM and is on till late every Saturday. It has everything from apples to handmade belts, jewellery, carpets, apparels, etc.
5. New Market, Kolkata
Also known as Hogg’s Market, New Market in Kolkata benefits popular purchases. There are about 2000 stalls selling bags, clothes, jewellery, books at unbelievable prices. It’s one of the oldest markets in the city which was reconstructed to continue its street shopping ritual.
6. Mall Road, Shimla
The capital of Himachal Pradesh could be a small relaxing place but the never ending shopping has the power to exhaust you. The main street is lined up with restaurants, cafes, book stalls, best woollen stores, crockery, etc. The collection you find there is eye-catching and you’ll be tempted to buy almost everything at a bargained price.
7. National Market, Bangalore
Located in the centre of Bangalore city, you can find your daily searched items at the best rates at National Market. Be it electronics, kitchen appliances or apparels, the hustling bustling streets of this market have everything you need.
8. Nehru Bazaar, Jaipur
Jaipur—the pink city of India makes shopping the most exciting activity after your site-seeing is done. At Nehru Bazaar, vibrant colors and shimmery mirror work on the bags, clothes, accessories grab all the attention and tempt you buy and bargain. Not to forget the best Tan shades on mojris and chappals are absolute love!