Places to Visit

Shopping Places in Udaipur for Traditional Fashion.

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Culture lies in the veins of Udaipur. The tradition of a place is what gives it originality and offers density in variety. The city is proud of its evermore free-spirited bazaar where the best of Rajasthan is available in the wraps of Udaipur. Those elephants and camel printed colorful bedsheets, classic leather-bound notebooks, fine silk scarfs, diversity of Jootiyas (flat ballerinas), oxidized jewelry, and many more items that just speak in prettiness. Indulge yourselves in retail therapy, at these great long-established places.

Lake Palace Road

Whenever you go there, be prepared for loving everything that is sold here. From Tie-Dye patterns to Batik Print, everything here is adorable. Figurines are excellent for the interior of your home. Especially, if you go by the bohemian rules, then you’ll love shopping here. Have a bandana at the round of your neck in these winter months while you browse around Udaipur.

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Bada Bazar

You’ll find almost everything at Bada Bazar that needs a check on your list of Rajasthani items. It’s a big market that remains closed on Sundays. You’ll find all sorts of printed specialties, from sarees to bandana to amazing jewelry. Do pay a visit here on one of your free days. You’ll find an array of beautiful footwear here. Bada Bazar is located in the old city, Bohrwadi. It stays open till 8 in the evening from 9:30 in the morning.

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This Mochiwada Road is also located in the Old City, Nada Khada. If you are on the lookout for traditional-style ballerinas, you’ll definitely find your choice here. The prizes are fairly reasonable here. It makes footwear from a variety of materials like jute, leather, and so on.

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One of the Udaipur’s most loved and visited shopping hubs and today is its last day. The fair of Shilpgram is organized at JM66+9JP, Shilpgram for 10 days. It starts at each of ten days at 11 in the morning and continues with all of its grandeur till 7 in the evening. Then, after 7 pm, the dance, music, and theatre takes place. There are countless shops that sell all of the traditionality of Rajasthan and many parts of India. Sellers from all over India come here to put forward their hard work.

Tibetan Market

Tibetan Market is held in the three months of winter by Tibetans. It does not sell Traditional Rajasthani Items, instead, it offers a great variety in western winter wear. The quality of the clothes is really good and at a reasonable price. Good food, many antique items, and a lot of Indian sweets and sours are also available here. You’ll find this market at Ground, City Palace Rd, Pichola. It starts its business from 8 in the morning to 11 at night.

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Rajasthali is a government-run emporium that presents all of Rajasthan. You’ll find a great number of interior designing furniture. It shows both sides of the coin; traditional and contemporary. It has exotic paintings, blue pottery, brass utensils, terracotta, and fantastic stones all many kinds for your taste. This place is meant for the time you want to spend exploring. Rajasthali is located at Post Office Road, Near Chetak Cinema, Chetak Circle, Madhuban, Udaipur. It is closed on Sundays. Timings are 10 am to 7 pm.


Maldas Street

If you are a street shopper, this is the place for you. It is filled with shops selling good traditional items. It is also located in the old city. You’ll find beautiful unstitched fabrics so you put your creativity to use. This extremely affordable market stays open from 10 am to 8 pm.

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Hathi Pol

This is the place of paintings. Many genres of paintings are here to browse from and art is for living. Wooden handicrafts are also seen gloriously here. Even clothes and accessories are in fashion here. Hathi pol is located in the old city side too. From Monday to Saturday, it stays open for 12 hours from 9:30 am to 9:30 pm and on Sundays, it starts from 9:00 am and closes at 2 pm.

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Traditional fashion is naturally close to heart. Tradition in us tell others where we come from. Indulge into shopping with what’s truly yours.


What would a Day at Shilpgram 2021 Look Like!


This piece of writing is an unabridged telling of the fair Shilpgram Udaipur 2021, from yours truly. The reader of this article will be privy to all the specifications we observed at the Shilpgram festival, Udaipur. From scrumptious food and thirst-quenching beverages to folk dances and their grandeur, Shilpgram was at its peak with culture as it always is. Folks from various parts of India were present with loads of charm from their native places.



Like every year the things sold were as appealing as ever, as reasonable as reason goes, and as cultured as India can offer. From colorful earthen pots to jute lanterns everything was emanating allure. A small list for your shopaholic self:

  •        Jute lanterns and colorful earthen hangings
  •        Doormats, coasters, and other supplements made out of Jute
  •        Hand-painted envelops and handmade diaries
  •        Hand-painted bedsheets, cushions, and other adorations
  •        Stoles, serapes, beanies, etc made out of different winter fabrics
  •        Dreamcatchers for your soulful sleep
  •        Handcrafted flower’s shop
  •        Rajasthani Jootiyas
  •        Diverse Jewellery (even owl-shaped jute ones)
  •        Shops loaded with winter wear
  •        Bubble Blowers (you know you love them)
  •        Both handcrafted and manufactured crockery
  •        Earthen pots and home utensils.



Art never ceases to amaze. At Shilpgram, so many local artists and artists from other cultures put up their talent on display. If you are an aesthete who loves art beyond measure, Shilpgram is where you’ll find peace. All the art that Shilpgram offers:

  •        Unique handmade artifacts that are exquisite
  •        Hand Painting
  •        Live Painting of you or anyone you desire
  •        Nail Painting
  •        Live Miniature Painting on the hand
  •        Several shops with ready Miniature art paintings
  •        Museum of Paintings from talented artists



If you are that person who relishes Shilpgram’s food and beverages, then like every year, they are as delicious as they can get. A few delicacies of Shilpgram in the list below:

  •        Kesar Doodh and Jalebi
  •        Kulfis in several flavors
  •        Chats and Channa Zor Garam
  •        Rice and Corn papad
  •        Three prominent food courts which plenty of cuisines
  •        Kulhad Chai and Coffee
  •        Chole Puri
  •        Sad to inform you that No cotton candy and No Sliced pineapple
  •        Hot and cold milk with and without malai



Musical bands were at various spots in Shilpgram. The sweet serenity of sarangi and the evergreen Kesariya Balam are deemed to make your day perfect. Gorgeous large instrument sculptures were installed for the panorama. No Mascots were seen on the day we went there but we hope they make it when you decide to visit. Although, no swings and Ferris wheels were installed camel and elephant rides were splendid. Do not forget to visit those huts that depict different regions of India as they are exquisite. 




A few formalities at the entry:

  • Entry ticket per person was from 15 to 55 rupees
  • No drones are allowed
  • Vaccination certificates (both the doses) will be checked at the entry
  • No entry without masks
  • Timings and Dates: The market goes on from 11am to 9pm, It is held from 21st to           31st December 2021

A day at Shilpgram is tiring yet happening as ever. It’s a fair that does it all, from culture to supporting artisans, artists, and art.