Gujarat is a state which is known for its elegance and its vibrancy. The heritage city of Ahmedabad is considered as the hub of colours and aristocracy. The city is known as the Manchester of India due to the large number of cloth mills present here.
Ahmedabad is a place which is full of life and is the biggest city of Gujarat. The city is not only home to a large number of shopping malls but is also home to some grand and exceptional shopping markets. The markets here are a perfect mixture of culture, heritage and much more with a dash of modernity.
Lal Darwaja is one of the most popular and busiest shopping markets in the city. One can buy sarees, clothes for men and children, shoes, wallets, old books and a lot more at throwaway prices.
The market area is quite well known for its street food and offers plenty of choices starting from pani puri to dosas and much more. Brush up your bargaining skills before visiting the marketplace for some really good deals.
Yet another popular shopping destination for bed sheets, dress materials, sarees and traditional items is the Sindhi Market, which is located near the Kalupur Gate.
Located close to the Sindhi Market is another well-known marketplace, Revdi Market, which makes the place a must visit for shopaholics.
A very popular square in the city, which is a vegetable market in the morning hours, a jewellery market in the afternoon and a street food market at night, Manek Chowk gets its name for the saint Maneknath, who helped Ahmed Shah I build the Bhadra Fort in the year 1411.
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Law Garden is a well-known market area for handicrafts in the city of Ahmedabad. One would come across a large number of street vendors selling beautiful handicrafts along with various dress materials and other textiles for throwaway prices.
The area has plenty to offer for everyone who is ready to walk through the various shops in search of the best goods or rather it is the place where you could shop till you drop.
Gujaratis are well known for their delicious sweets and fried and steamed snacks. The snacks would last a very long time with getting spoiled and this fact makes them an excellent gift for your friends and family.
The lanes of Raipur Gate are very popular for relishing on various sweets and savouries, such as dhokla, khandvi, fafda jalebi, khakhra and much more.