Shopping in Bijapur



Shopping in Bijapur is a wonderful experience as there are ample shops ,where different varieties of handicrafts and hand woven silk sarees are found. Bijapur is not only about the magnificent temples but there are a number of temporary and permanent shops selling variety of articles. Bargaining in the shops of Bijapur is must for the travelers.

The artisans of Bijapur are skilled traditionally and they make variety of goods from stone,wood and metal. Handwoven Ikkal sarees,clay toys, Lambini jewellery are the main specialties of Bijapur. Statues of deities made of metal ,wood and stone are found in most of the shops. Bidri ware,Mysore silk and Mysore paintings are also found in large varieties. Shimmering silk sarees, rosewood carvings, sandalwood sculpture, sandalwood oil, perfumes of different varieties are found here.

There are numerous Bijapur shopping areas and the Government Emporia spread all over the city. The city also has private shops selling exclusive articles at reasonable rates. The shops are open throughout the day and the travelers can visit them any time.

Rajasthani Collections at the station road in Bijapur sell variety of items. The goods are sold at discount of 10% on branded items and 15%discount on other items of the shops.



Last Updated on 07 August 2012



     


     

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