As the wedding season is here, we are also here to help you out with the shopping. Have a look at these wedding markets in Udaipur!
Have you planned to get married in the city of lakes- Udaipur, or looking to shop from here? Well, if yes, then, we suggest you shop from the local wedding markets in Udaipur to get the essence of Rajputana culture in your wedding. These markets are also a gem if you want to buy attire to attend a wedding or do not want to stick to proper Rajputani outfits. So, check out what all can you purchase from these markets for the wedding.
1. Maldas Street for party wear and traditional clothes
Maldas Street is a heaven for all the clothing requirements during weddings. Do you know why? Because the market has end number of ethnic and party wear clothes that come in various styles and suit best in the weddings. You can also get here beautiful and variety of unstitched clothes that can be tailored according to your choice!
2. Bada Bazaar for Batik and Bandhani print sarees and handmade juttis
Traditional Hindu weddings definitely call for detailed shopping for sarees. And, who would not like to include in their closet, beautiful Batik and Bandhani sarees! On the other hand, the best part about this market is that it has a shoe section called Mochi Bazaar where you can get beautiful juttis for various wedding functions.
Where: Bada Bazaar
3. Bapu Bazaar for bright clothes and khadi products
Bapu Bazaar is another popular place for shopping where you can find a variety of clothes for various functions at the wedding. Not only this, but you will find here beautiful Rajasthani print apparel. In addition, you can give a minimalist touch to your wedding outfits by adding some of the best Khadi products from here!
Where: Bapu Bazar Road
4. Sadhna Emporium for dupattas, kurtas, sarees made in the craft of applique and running stitch-tanka embroidery
If you want to purchase clothes that showcase the forgotten craft of Rajasthan, you must visit Sadhna Emporium. Here, the artists leave no chance to make the fabric beautiful and appealing that can be worn at any function during weddings. We are sure that the colourful textiles here will please your mind!
Where: Fatehpura Circle
5. Lake Palace Road for handmade embroidered and woven textiles
If you are going to attend a wedding in winter, we suggest you must visit the market at Lake Palace Road to find multi-hued Rajasthani embroidered and woven clothes! These will make you stand out from the crowd!
Where: Lake Palace Road
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6. Hathipol Bazar for Rajasthani miniature paintings, Pichwai and Phad paintings
If you have thought of gifting paintings, there can’t be a better place than Hathipol Bazar, where you can find beautiful Rajasthani miniature paintings, Pichwai, and Phad paintings. You can also get wooden handicrafts, and colourful ‘Nagra’ slippers, made from camel skin!
Where: City Palace
7. Chetak Circle for painted wooden boxes, brass wares
How about gifting the bride a beautiful traditional jewellery box? Isn’t it a good idea? So, if you are planning something like this, give a visit to the Chetak circle, popular for selling dancing puppets, wall decorations, pens, pen stands, traditional lanterns, handmade papers, and exquisite pottery!
Where: Chetak Circle
8. Rajasthali for silver and lac jewellery along with oxidized silver jewellery
Though Rajasthali has an end number Rajasthani craft made up of brass, terracotta, precious and semi-precious stones, mirrors, marbles, and other things, it also has a variety of jewellery from which you can select what suits you the best according to the attire!
9. Clock Tower for Polki, Lac, Kundan, and Meenakari jewellery design
Clock Tower is one of the best places to choose from the variety of designs in jewellery like Polki, Lac, Kundan, Meenakari, and other gold and silver items. So, how about choosing one for yourself and one as a gift?
Where: Clock Tower