Shimla Handicrafts



Shimla Handicrafts are known for their artistry. Shimla Handicrafts has an impressive variety of wares to offer. Shimla Handicrafts are also easy on the pocket.

Shimla is the state capital of Himachal Pradesh. Handicrafts from all over Himachal Pradesh state are brought to Shimla by artisans for the purpose of selling their creations in the market.

Shimla Handicrafts has a lot of variety-ranging from woollen specialties to Tibetan carpets.

The city's wood works has also carved a special place in the international commercial market.

Other commercially popular Shimla Handicraft items include

  • Woodwork
  • Metalwork
  • Shawls
  • Pullovers
  • Local tweeds
  • Caps.
  • Tibetan Carpets
  • Jams
  • Pickles
  • Woolen Shawls
  • Pashmina Shawls
  • Decorative Items
  • Handmade shoes
  • Carved wooden sticks
  • Toys
  • For the widest selection in Shimla handicrafts it is best to go the Mall. The Mall stocks the better names in the garment and textile industry.

    The State Emporium on the Mall offers a multitude of handicrafts and hand loom items, which are made by the artisans of Himachali origin.

    The famous Himachali hats are sold in a number of color combinations and prices. The decorative wooden items are lovingly made by the locals from softwood found in the hilly region.

    For Shimla handicrafts made from wood, the best place to purchase is Lakkar Bazaar in Shimla city. If you wish to buy in substantial quantities, then the best place to buy Shimla Handicrafts of wooden articles and toys is Lakkar Bazaar; and if you wish to purchase Kullu and Kinnauri shawls and caps then the ideal place for purchase is the Mall and Himachal Emporium.





    Last Updated on : 4/26/2012







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