Vadodara Shopping


Vadodara shopping is a big draw with the tourists who visit the cosmopolitan Gujarat city. In fact, Vadodara city is a shopper's paradise. The erstwhile Baroda city is a coveted tourist destination in the Indian subcontinent that has emerged at the forefront of industrial enterprises. The flourishing trade and commerce has ensured the city is opulent in traditional colorful bazaars, shopping emporiums as well as the swank shopping malls that sell just about anything.

Shopping in the archetypal bazaars of Vadodara reflect the quintessential Vadodara culture. The city is endowed with some fantastic market places that sell a mind blowing array of merchandise that range from factory made goods to the intricate hand crafted furniture as well as the exquisite Gujarati handicraft items. Lehripura Mandir Bazaar, Mandvi, Raopura and Teen Darwaza are some of the popular local bazaars. Apart from widespread collection of handicraft items and souvenirs and gifts, the milieu of the colorful kaleidoscope of the market place makes shopping in Vadodara an exciting and fun filled affair.

Vadodara also has a number of shops that sell fashionable garments and accessories that are very much in vogue. These chic and modern stores are housed mainly in the sprawling and upmarket Alkapuri Arcade and National Plaza.

A list of the eminent shops and malls of Vadodara is hereby provided for future reference:
  • Akshar Departmental Store
  • B.M.Amin
  • Classic Collection
  • Doctors Pharma
  • Aakash Articals
  • Amar Cards Center
  • Bajaj Gift Corner
  • Ivy
  • J.K.Florist
  • Kraft Art Gallery
  • Aadi Hastakala
  • Art X Craft
  • Bharat Haat
  • Gujari Handicraft
  • Handloom House
  • A.P.Zaveri
  • Aabhushan Jewellers
  • Amisha Jewellers
  • Anmol Jewellers, 50SB
  • B N Jewellers
  • B. Vajubhai Jewellers
  • Sahjanand Jewellers
  • Aashirwad Cloth Store
  • Dinesh
  • Fair Price Cloth Store
  • Fashion Centre


Last Updated on: 8/05/2013

     


     

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