Udaipur Shopping

  • The Celebration Mall
    The Celebration Mall
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  • The Celebration Mall
    The Celebration Mall
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  • The Celebration Mall
    The Celebration Mall
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    The Celebration Mall: Best heritage mall

    by vinod-bhojak Written Mar 26, 2014

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    Celebration Mall is certainly the best place today to hang out with the family in Udaipur. You get everything you want, all under one roof. Be it food courts, Entertainment, shopping for cloths, shoes,toys,local handicraft,gifts, books,many daily usage items. you'll just find everything there.I love the place. The beautiful building, its external architecture, well built interior.It's a marvellous & wonderful place because of its heritage design.

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    Silver Point: Best Silver Jewellry in Udaipur

    by lynnehamman Written Nov 1, 2012

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    This shop is small, but the service is excellent.
    Prices are negotiable. The owner is helpful and friendly. You will be offered a cup of chai while you look at the vast array of high quality silver on offer. I never miss a chance to buy good silver here. The rings and earrings are beautiful.

    What to buy: Silver, handcrafts, leather sandals, books, silk scarves, art

    What to pay: Bargain. Prices are much cheaper than in bigger cities like Delhi and Mumbai

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    Aakaar marbles: Exquisite marble artefacts and more...

    by vpas Updated May 19, 2012

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    This shop has an amazing collection of artefacts, idols and more made of marble and other natural stones including onyx. You must visit this place to add an aesthetic appeal to your home. Take a look who knows what you might find to beautify your house. Speak to Chiraag Vajawat who has a thorough knowledge on the products and is passionate about delivering quality to the customer.

    What to buy: Idols, artefacts, collectibles, plates, Garden items, statues, wash basins, bird feeds, urlis and more.

    What to pay: The quality is superb and you pay in accordance.

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    Metropolitan: Leather bound books/sensible gift items

    by vpas Written May 12, 2012

    This shop has an amazing collection of books made of handmade paper and bound in camel leather which is decorative and totally aesthetic. Camel leather craft is a local craft and very beautiful and unique.

    What to buy: Photo albums, files, books, letter pads and much more. They also have these made of silk and brocade cloth.

    What to pay: Very reasonable. I picked up books for 20 to 200 rupees.

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    Ganpati - A Designer Collection: Custom Wardrobe

    by Wanderboy43 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    This is a place to have custom wardrobe made. I had a pair of pants and a shirt made (1 day turnaround).

    Monish Paliwal runs the shop. I didn't bargain, though you should probably do this as Udaipur is a tourist place. Also, don't let anyone take you to this shop; find it yourself, to save having to pay a commission. I heard a line "my cousin is a model - come to his shop" B.S.

    Anyway, I'm very pleased with the work done. It's possible to have suits made as well. I'm sure this isn't the cheapest place to have clothes made, but I'm happy with the work done.

    What to pay: I think I paid 700 rupees for pants and 400 for a shirt

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    Handicrafts Gallery: Shopping in Udaipur

    by travelmadeeasy Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Udaipur is Shoppers Paradise for the Art Lovers. Paintings, Miniatures, Contemporary Art, Marble Handicrafts, Metal Furniture, Jewellery, Fabric, Carpets & Rugs and much more is waiting for your arrival. The proficient Artists here,boast patron experience.

    Some of the Firms are also big Exporters of these wonderful Handicrafts. You could also find Huge Art Galleries in Udaipur.

    What to buy: Paintings, Miniatures, Marble Handicrafts, Metal Inlay Furniture

    What to pay: Just see that you are not in a Trap of local Guide.

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    LAND MARK (SHOPPERS PARADISE): For Booklovers

    by lynnehamman Updated Feb 6, 2009

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    BOOK SHOPPING UDAIPUR

    A vast array of of books line the walls of this of this shop. I spent hours browsing, and no one bothered or pestered me into buying. Its owner is very helpful, and will even arrange to ship any purchases home for you. Many of these books are not available in western countries, or may be out of print- I found a few that I had been trying to buy for years. I was delighted.

    I had to buy a extra bag to bring all my books home- it was worth it.
    They also have a very fast internet connection & facilties (R40 PER HOUR)

    What to buy: Rare, out of print copies- some new, some 2nd hand. The cost is so low that you could buy 10 books for the price that one would cost here in Australia.
    Many new books are available- and at half the price in western countries

    What to pay: Paperbacks from R100- the second hand books even cheaper)

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    Shalimar Emporium: When bargaining is fun

    by lynnehamman Updated Oct 12, 2008

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    SHALIMAR EMPORIUM UDAIPUR
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    Roam the lanes of Udaipur and you will find anything & everything. There are so many stalls, and I suggest that you take your time, because there is much to see. I found one particular shop that sold exquisite shawls & bags, which are imported from Kashmir, and returned there often, to purchase yet another. They also sold unusual tribal jewellery.

    What to buy: Silver jewellry........shawls......shoes.....miniature paintings. Ayurverdic Oils.

    What to pay: Bargain Bargain. bargain. Nothing seemsto have a fixed price. But bargain with a smile.

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    mewar meseum: textile emporium

    by kinjalnz15 Written Dec 25, 2007

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    i went in to this shop with my wife as she wanted to buy locally made rug and textile,we spent allmost two hours here as the salesman displayed all the rugs,saris and other items ,there was no pressure put on us by the salesman, but the good thing was he went and explained everything about how the colour was made and saris were made from unique materials.

    What to buy: we bought a rug , saris for my wife and other artifacts.

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    Miniature paintings/silver jewellery: Udaipur specialities

    by Willettsworld Written Dec 5, 2007

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    Miniature painting artists

    Udaipur is the centre of the Rajasthani style of miniature painting. I bought a couple from one of the many shops around the Gaugaur Ghat area where the budget hotels are located. I even had them framed and wrapped up in polystyrene as I had to carry them around for about 8 weeks before flying back home. They survived. If you're into silver jewellery then head to the area around the clock tower, just north of the City Palace, as there are dozens of little jewellery shops here.

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    Shilpgram: traditional art & crafts

    by Willettsworld Written Dec 5, 2007

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    Shilpgram is a cultural heritiage and crafts village that is located about 3km west of Fateh Sagar. It is spread over a large area (70 acres) and displays an array of traditional mud huts and houses made from wood, straw and sticks from Rajasthan, Goa, Maharashtra amd Gujarat. Along with the huts and houses, Shilpgram also has a lot of local art and craft on display to buy as well as traditional dancing and music.

    Open: 11am-7pm. Admission: Rs25 for foreigner & Rs10 for camera.

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    Tibetan Market: No bargaining!

    by Willettsworld Written Dec 4, 2007
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    This Tibetan Market is only here for a few months of the year and is located just to the south of the City Palace beside the Samor Bagh restaurant. It is quite large and features mostly clothing stalls run by exiled Tibetan's. It's a nice spot to have a wander around and chat with them. Remember, that prices are fixed so there's no bargaining. Sign's are posted around stating this.

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    Jagdish Chowk: Busy area

    by Willettsworld Written Dec 4, 2007

    Jagdish Chowk is a busy market area in Udaipur. It extends from Jagdish Temple to the Badi Pol of city palace. This bustling narrow street is also known as Jagdish Bazaar, City Palace Bazaar or Tourist Bazaar. The old municipal library and a couple of small temples are located in this market area. It is filled with dozens of small and colourful shops. Products on sale range from Indian clothing, antiques, local crafts, ornaments and paintings by local artists.

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    Unknown: Rajasthani Handicrafts

    by atufft Written May 5, 2007

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    Bead Work on Garment Bought in Udaipur
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    In the vacinity of the rooftop restaurants, up the hill from the City Palace are a number of shops devoted to Rajasthani art and handicrafts. My wife purchased a very colorful beaded coat with embedded mirrors. Clothes like this are unaffordable for a middle class person to buy within the USA, due to the extraordinary labor involved in beading the garment. Also, we found patch work blankets made from fragments of antique wedding blankets and other fabric jewels. Mewar style minature paintings are also found here, typically painted on old book pages, so that if one reverses the art, writing or printing is found. These things are a surprising bargain that in the USA become art collectibles of considerable value.

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    Local Market Udaipur: Shopping

    by RAJASTHANBYCAR Written Aug 1, 2005

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    Udaipur has countless shops and many interesting local crafts that make it a one-of-its-king shopping experience.

    What to buy: A plethora of items like folk toys, colourful tie-and-dye-sarees and clothes, turbans, hand painted fabric, silver jewellery, wall hangings and miniature paintings in Rajput style are the favourite buys.

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