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List of 10 Best Shopping Markets in Udaipur

Udaipur is one of the many vibrant cities of Rajasthan. It is not only famous for its Palaces but also for its various shopping centres which are a haven for art lovers. The vibrant colours one gets to see here are the most attractive feature of the Rajasthani culture. There are many options available to the shoppers some of them are discussed here. Today, we are listing the Top 10 Shopping Markets in Udaipur. So, whether you are a localite or a Tourist, a shopoholic or a usual shopper you can enjoy shopping at these Shopping Markets in Udaipur.

List of 10 Best Shopping Markets in Udaipur

Let us know about the these top 10 markets for shopping in Udaipur.

(1) Bada Bazaar

Bada Bazar, Udaipur

Bada bazaar is the most popular shopping hub in Udaipur among the locals as well as the tourists. It has gained its popularity is not just because of sheer vastness but also for the numerous options available to the buyers. One can find the best collection of Rajasthani traditional clothes, jewellery, shoes (juttis) to various home decors. It is located near City Palace and opens at 9:30 am to 6:00 pm except for Sunday when it remains closed. It is known as one of the most famous markets in Udaipur.

(2) Hathi Pol

Hathi Pol, Udaipur

Famous Hathi Pol market is located next to City Palace is well known for its handicraft and local artefacts. The Rajasthani paintings of Pichwai and Phad could also be bought from here. The market is the best place to buy a souvenir for family and friends to make it a memorable visit. The local vendors charge heavy prices for the tourists so try your best to bargain as much as you can. The market opens at 9:30 am to 5:30 pm and remains closed on Sundays. It is undoubtedly one of the best markets in Udaipur.

(3) Rajasthali

Rajasthali, Udaipur

Rajasthani is a Rajasthan Government run shopping emporium where in less time you can buy handicraft in reasonable and fixed prices. It has a range of handicrafts from local fabrics to jewellery to famous puppets of Rajasthan. The main motivation behind this government operated emporium is to promote and facilitate local handicraft in the globalised market.

(4) Sadhna Emporium

Sadhna Emporeum, Udaipur
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Sadhna Emporium is also based on the concept of promoting local artisans and workers as is Rajasthali but it is a joint venture of artisans especially women themselves rather than the government. It is run with the help of Seva Mandir, an NGO working for the cause of local workers for a very long time. Here one can buy handicrafts from the makers themselves removing intermediaries at very reasonable prices. It is located near Fatehpura circle it remains open from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm and on Sundays it remains closed.

(5) Lake Palace Road

Lake Palace, Udaipur
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If you are a fan of street shopping then Lake Palace Road is the best place for you. You can find the best embroidery fabric and printed clothes. It is also famous for its bass and wooden statues of gods and goddesses. One can also find jewellery, gems, and other ornaments as well. It remains open from Monday to Saturday from 10:00 am to 6:30 pm.

(6) Jagdish Temple Street

Jagdish Temple Street, Udaipur
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This is another popular hub among the street shopper enthusiasts which is located in the heart of the city near City Palace. It is famous for camel leather made goods. You can also find wooden toys and other artefacts, puppets beautiful tapestries, antique lanterns and other handmade stuff. It remains open from Monday to Saturday from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm. It is known to be one of the best street markets in Udaipur.

(7) Clock Tower

Clock Tower, Udaipur

Clock Tower which is located near City Palace is famous for its utensils. One can find here utensils made of mud to various metals. Jewellery made of Lac, Kundan using Meenakari could also be found here in abundance. Copperware of the Clock Tower is famous for their airmanship and durability. The prices here are negotiable. Gold and silver jewellery could also be found in the market. This small alleyway is an adobe of colours and holds many wonders for the buy. Shopping after dark when the clock is lit up is a wonderful experience. The market remains open from 10:00 am to 8:30 pm except on Sundays.

(8) Shilpgram

Shilpgram, Udaipur
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Shilpgram is a small village market which provides you with an entirely different experience of shopping as compared to other city shopping hubs. It is located in the Havala village about 3 kilometres away from Udaipur. It has some best eateries of local exotic food as well the best collection of local handicraft. Shopping for handmade wooden furniture, pottery, paintings in midst of beautiful folk music and dance is a beautiful experience. The market remains open from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm except on Sundays.

(9) Chetak Circle

Chetak Circle, Udaipur

Chetak Circle is located near Udaipur Railway Station on Palace Road. One can find here a huge collection of handicrafts at reasonable prices. Wooden pens, pen holders, lanterns and other stuff made of wood is quite famous among the locals as well as the tourists. Earthenware such as pots, vases, different shapes of vessels could also be bought from here. It remains open from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm. It is known to be among the cheap markets in Udaipur.

(10) Bapu Bazaar

Bapu Bazar, Udaipur

Bapu Bazaar is located at Jawahar Nagar and one can easily go there using public or private transportation. It is famous for its wide variety of fabrics, electronic and souvenirs. It is famous among the locals as the best place to have street food. The prices here are also reasonable. It remains closed on Sundays. It is among the famous local markets in Udaipur.

This is the complete list of 10 Best Shopping Markets in Udaipur. If you have any feedback or queries, you may leave your comments below.

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