5 best street shopping places which every girl must check out

Well, when I ask myself that where does all my money go? Then I realize its shopping. Shopping is one of the most important activities of all time… don’t u agree girls? And that too when we shop things from street shops and at reasonable rates…So here is presenting to you the fine list of street shopping places in India to feed that shopping devil inside of you:

Sarojini Nagar, Delhi

From pocket-friendly malls to discount department stores, Delhi, if not said exaggeratedly, is a shopaholic’s dream. Well, Delhi has lots of street markets but if talking about the best one the first name comes to our mind is Saraozni nagarrrrr…all you need to do is Bargain, bargain, and bargain. If you have a knack to play with the price of items, you can use your skill in the Sarojini Nagar Market. Here you can get cheap products at ease. You can do quantity shopping in limited budget. Clothes, footwear, accessories, homeware, you get it all here.also, you can visit Janpath and Chandani Chowk market.

Fashion Street, Pune

Well, Fashion Street in Pune is the ultimate place to go after stuffing yourself at FC road. The street sells a huge variety of clothes you to satiate the shopaholic and fashionista in you. One can walk down the entire fashion street haggling at various stops and finally go back to FC road to eat.

Bapu Bazaar, Jaipur

Located in the old city area of Rajasthan, Bapu Bazaar has the best of Rajasthani’s culture and handicrafts. You can fill your shopping bags with the bed sheets, Jaipuri just (ethnic shoes), salwar suits, cushions, home decor artifacts, ethnic jewelry, lac bangles and ready-made suits at a very reasonable price. Apart from this, the market is also very famous for its ayurvedic digestives and the natural henna. I personally have a lot of collection of jhumkas which I got from Bapu Bajar.

Arpora Saturday Night Market, Goa

If you think the nightlife of the Goa is confined to parties only, then here is something that would prove you completely wrong. Arpora Saturday Night Market is the most happening and lively market in Goa which opens after 6 in the evening. You will find everything from the jewelry to the fashionable clothes, beer, handicrafts and home decor. The Arpora market in Goa is a must visit for the vibrant ambiance it has got which will impress not just the shopaholics but the travelers too.

Colaba Causeway, Mumbai

Colaba is the best place for shopping. You can buy beads, slippers, shoes, chains, bags, and purses. It is swarming with Mumbaikars and tourists. Be sure to bargain.” If you are a ‘junk-card’ hit ‘Colaba causeway’ in town – you ‘ll find the most beautiful pieces of junk jewelry here and also the best kohlapuris – you are just spoilt for choice


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