Udaipur has countless shops and many interesting
local crafts. Udaipur is famous for producing furniture covered
with silver and inlaid with mother of pearl and bone. Traditional
Rajput-Mughal-style miniature paintings in a variety of mediums,
such as bone, paper, silk, marble, and wood are other major
attractions. A plethora of items like folk toys, colourful
tie-dye sarees and clothes, turbans, hand painted fabrics,
silver Jewellery, wall hangings and miniature paintings in
Rajput Style are the favourite buys. The beautiful images
of Gods and Goddesses made in the nearby Molalla village near
Nathdwara are not to be missed.
The Shopping spots include a cluster of stalls on the Lake
Palace road next to the Rang Niwas Palace Hotel and the Jagdish
you can shop for a range of exquisite items such as colorful
dyed fabrics and hand printed textiles, wooden folk toys,
silver jewellery, wall hangings, and miniature paintings.
Miniature paintings are available on silk, wood, marble, paper
and Ivory. The animated colors and themes painted on the wall
hanging are famous all over the world. Other interesting items
worth buying in Udaipur include handmade papers, painted wooden
box, marble and wooden carved doors, Greeting cards, brasswares
and precious & semi precious stones.
The main shopping areas of Udaipur are located along the
Lake Palace Road and around Jagdish temple. The two shopping
complexes worth visiting in Udaipur include Rajasthali- the
Rajasthan Government fixed price emporium- selling a variety
of handicraft items, and Sadhna- an outlet for Sheva Mandir
(an NGO), offering a range of fixed-price textiles. Other
important shopping places in Udaipur include Bapu Bazaar,
City Market, Chetak Circle and Hathipole. The shopkeepers
generally quote higher prices, so never forget to bargain
and bargain really hard.
Buy colorful folk toys, bewitching puppets,
elaborate traditional attire, pottery, metal craft, traditional
paintings, batiks, hand printed textiles and dyed saris during
your shopping tours to Udaipur, Rajasthan, India.
Shop for the famous Pichwai paintings of
Udaipur that were traditionally done in bright hues and were
hung behind idols or images of Lord Krishna. Also shop for
Phad paintings, tie and dye fabrics, kundan jewelry, silver
jewelry, precious stones, bright turbans and more while on
shopping tours to Udaipur in Rajasthan, India.
Tour the side streets near the City Palace Complex
and shop for ethnic miniature paintings done
in the original style of the Mewar School of Art. Visit the
Nathdwara village during your Udaipur shopping tours and buy
the most exotically sculpted or crafted idols of gods and
goddess in terracotta, stone and metal.
Tour the famous bazaars of Udaipur during your shopping tours
to this regal land. Some of the popular Udaipur bazaars are
Hathi Pol, Bada Bazaar, Chetak Circle, Bada Bazaar and Palace