Lucknow people! Holi is here but are you up for it? These Lucknow markets for Holi shopping will make you all ready!

Get ready to enjoy the splash of colours this Holi and go to these markets for Holi shopping that we are suggesting. Trust us, you will take home, the best Holi essentials!

It’s finally Holi! The time you get to have a lots of fun with your friends and family. But how about making this Holi different by buying the best Pickkari and other products that you have never bought before? Sounds exciting, right? So, check out these nest Lucknow markets for Holi shopping that will make this excitement turn into reality!

1. Aminabad market


This is one of the best Lucknow markets for Holi shopping. During the festival, the whole market offers great products as per your choice. Buy antique as well as modern style jewellery from Garbar Jhala, which is situated right there.

2. Hazaratganj market


The whole Hazaratganj has got shops that meet your needs when it comes to getting festive products.

3. Aliganj market


Out of all other shops, you must visit Jeevaniya Naturals here, which is celebrating Holi Utsav till March 31. You can buy 100% safe gulal, gujiyas, mathris, handmade home decor, and clothing from here. Hurry up!

4. Alambagh market


Though the market remains crowded throughout, we suggest you visit the shops in the morning so that you can avoid it. It is a long spread market where you can get all the important stuff to make this Holi, a blast!

5. Nakhas Market


This market is a gem to buy some best-embroidered clothes and jewellery. If you have bargaining skills, your shopping will become even more exciting! So, pick your Holi outfit at an affordable price.

6. Janpath market


This place is popular for selling Kurtis, saris, and other clothes with Chicken work. So, if you are planning to opt a beautiful chickenkari dress this Holi, trust this place and buy one from here!

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