Ahmedabad is known for it's vast textile industry, giving it the nickname 'Manchester of the East'. The city is also known for it's architectural styles and the Indo-Saracenic style is a fascinating one.While Shopping in Gujarat you can choose from a huge and wide range of items - Wall hangings, Embroidered footwear, Patola Silk sarees, Bandhnis and traditional Gagra-Cholis, Lacquer furniture, Marriage costumes, Embroidered, appliquéd quilts, Cradle clothes, Curios, Cloth toys et al.
Asopalav Silk Museum
If you're looking for those beautiful silk saris to wear, Asopalav silk museum is the place to go to. Silk saris have always been a favourite among Indian women. They have a collection for men and women both.
Dhal Garwad is a busy market, known for its traditional fabrics like Bandhej & also for Silk Patola Saris.This is a good place to do indulge in some family shopping. You can complete most of your household needs what with stuff like dress materials, bedcovers & salwar suits available at Dhali Garwad. This place is also lessmdemanding on your pocket as compared to some of the other popular shopping haunts in Ahmedabad. There are many more places that you could shop in like C.G Road, Dhal Garwad, Gurjari, Teen Darwaja and so much more. I hope these suggestions helped you out. Let me know if there are any clarifications.
This is an ideal place to shop for antique and furniture. You can even shop for chimes and cowbells and mirror studded wall hangings which are absolutely gorgeous. Woodcraft of Surat , Kutch and Saurashtra is quite popular and easily available at Teen Darwaza.Also available here is meenakari furniture made by artisans from Rajkot that include low slung chairs, sofa sets and centre tables, priced between Rs 700 and Rs 50,000.
If you like to explore the glitter and glamour of contemporary Ahmedabad, then CG Market is the place for you. With number of boutiques, branded stores and gift shops, CG road welcomes you to the land of exciting shopper’s paradise.Shops in this area are popular for their ethnic fabrics, patola silk saris, silver and gold jewelries, furniture, handicrafts, pottery and traditional wall hangings. If you are looking for any gift or memento, then there is no better place then CG Market.
Iscon mall with its 450,000 sq. ft. floor area is the largest mall in Gujrat. It also houses Reliance's largest hypermarket in India. The mall has a good variation of brands that includes international as well known Indian brands. Brands like Reebok, Allen Solly, John Players, Siyaram and many more have their outlets over here. The first floor has a food court so that you can get a quick bite and move on for some more shopping.Sarkhej-Gandhi Nagar Highway where the mall stands is a major road which connects to the state's capital Gandhinagar. Surrounding the mall there are various coffee shops and cloth shops.
Himalaya mall pays full heed to all your needs as far as shopping and entertainment is concerned. Watches, Sunglasses, electronics, apparels and many other brands are available here.The mall also has Crossword - books and stationery shop to keep all the book lovers happy. At the fourth floor there is a 4-screen multiplex operated by Big cinemas in which you can catch the latest Bollywood and Hollywood flicks.
Law garden is famous for its traditional handicrafts and Gujarati outfits that are locally produced. Law Garden - the name because there is a public garden where people especially visit at the evening to spend some quality time with their friends and families.
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