Shopping in Rajkot


Shopping in Rajkot makes for an unforgettable experience as the city is rich with many a special type of artistry works.
As a part of Rajkot entertainment shopping in the city offers a scope to the people to relax their minds. The various shopping malls and departmental stores that are located in Rajkot are all a part of the large entertainment industry of the city.

Some of the shopping stores that are visited by local people of Rajkot as well as those coming from outside include:
  • Rakshit shopping center
  • S A departmental stores
  • Roshni departmental stores
  • Shri emporium
  • Kala Niketan Art saree
  • Taarika emporium
  • Nataraj Silk Palace
  • Only Vimal
  • Titli boutique
  • The wear house
Apart from the above shopping locations, Rajkot has several other destinations too that are equally attracting and people visit the same in large numbers. The jeweleries of Rajkot, especially the golden ornaments, are quite popular all over India. This is due to the fact that the heavy golden jeweleries of Rajkot come with fabulous motifs. Done by the local artisans of Rajkot these jeweleries also bear the imprints of the creative mastery. The jewelery showrooms are a popular address of the shoppers of Rajkot.

Bandhani, patch work and mirror works are some other specialties of Rajkot city in Gujarat. Bandhani sarees are bought by both the local inhabitants as well as the tourists in Rajkot. Specimen of mirror and patch works are often sold in large numbers in Rajkot. Then the machine tool shops of Rajkot are also quite famous for quality and pricing.

It can be said that shopping in Rajkot is definitely one of the most cherished experience for one and all.



Last Updated on 06/06/2013

     


     

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