Shopping in Jabalpur



Shopping in Jabalpur can be a wonderful experience for the tourists and visitors in the city. When most of the cities in the country are rapidly turning into paradise of modern shopping, the markets in Jabalpur has manged to retain the old world charm.

However, there are several modern shopping complexes in Jabalpur. There are plans to open swanky shopping malls in Jabalpur very soon. Although the new markets in the city are visited by a large number of people, the real essence of Jabalpur shopping can be felt in the Old Bazaars of Jabalpur.

These bazaars offer items and commodities of all kinds. The shopaholics, especially the women love the wide range of authentic items like:

  • Jute crafts
  • Stuffed toys
  • Dress material treated with Zardosi embroidery
  • Chanderi sarees
  • Maheswari sarees

    The government emporium - Mrignayani provides another exciting opportunity to buy some exclusive handicrafts of the land.







    Last Updated on 30th Nov 2012

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