Shopping in Orchha


There are sufficient opportunities for shopping in Orchha. This place cannot be termed a shopper's paradise, though it offers some traditional shopping items of the state of Madhya Pradesh.

The shopping items at Orchha do not exhibit much of the local flavor of Orchha. However, these items are quite popular among the tourists, who buy them as a token from the place. Two of the major Orchha shopping items are the pyjamas and kurtis adorned with designs typical to the state of Rajasthan.

The Dokra crafts made up of metal and wrought iron items are very popular among the tourists. These articles can be bought as souvenirs or for utility, decoration or gift purpose.

One of the most well known shopping items at Orchha are the Baster handicrafts. Baster was once a part of the state of Madhya Pradesh, though, currently, it is a part of Chhattisgarh. This place has earned international fame for its unique traditional crafts. These crafts are also available at Orchha. Therefore, the tourists can easily buy the shopping items of Baster from Orchha.

The local shopping centers of Orchha offer a variety of shopping items. One can bargain with the shopkeepers of this place. One of the most popular places of shopping at Orchha is the Orchha square. There is an open-air shopping center here. One can buy a variety of shopping items from here. However, the nearby tourist destination of Khajuraho offers much better opportunities for shopping.



Last Updated on 19/06/2013

     


     

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