Most iconic markets in India – Everyone loves shopping whether it is a woman or men’s. Nowadays everyone does online shopping but the fun of shopping while walking in the streets of the market does not come from sitting at home and doing online. There are many markets in India today where the barter system still works. In the age of the online market, no one can take the place of the traditional market events today. So let’s talk today about this technical error some of these markets are both unique and traditional. You must visit this market one in the vile and experience there shopping.
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ONLY WOMEN MARKET, MANIPUR:
Women’s all of the religion of Manipur gather in the Kaithal market of Manipur. This market is run only by women. It has been around for 16 centuries. There are about 6000 women selling different kinds of goods such as vegetable fruits handicrafts, textiles, spices. It is the largest market in India and Asia. Over the last several years the location of this market has changed considerably within Imphal. And now at the moment, this market is in a Kaithal market.
BARTER SYSTEM MARKET:
Can you imagine the battle system like being bought and sold today and it was in old days? Assam rarest jonbeel fair is very famous. Despair lasts for 3 days. It takes place on the weekend of the month of Magh. Also called makar Sankranti. Many people from the surrounding villages towns and localities come to the fair to attend the festival. The Assam government has also demanded that UNESCO declare the festival a Heritage festival. There are many similar stalls in their fair. There is something good about shopping. You must also experience.
SWAYAMVAR MARKET, GUJARAT:
This is a fair held at triteshwar temple in Gujrat. This affair is not a usual share because in this fair along with the stores and shopping there is a swayamber. It is said that every single or unmarried boy who comes to this fair stands under an umbrella and gives an indication of his singleness. And girls do under the umbrella and shoe boy for themselves. In the same way, girls also give an indication of their singleness by wearing red clothes. Despair takes place in the first week of Bhadrapad. Where more than 1 lakh people come to celebrate the marriage of Draupadi and Arjun.
HAATHI BAZAR, BIHAR:
Chandragupta Maura used to come here to buy elephants and horses at this fair which was once held in Sonepur, Bihar. An exhibition was set up here to explain the animals and buy them. This cattle fair is the biggest fair in Asia. It is also called the elephant Bazaar. Butter sales of elephants were banned in 2004 during the wildlife protection Act 1975. Now there is a sale of dogs, horses, goats, cows, and buffaloes. The fair takes place on the banks of the river Ganga and Ghatak. The fair lasts for 15 to 30 days.
CHOR BAZAAR, MUMBAI:
you may have here the name of this market and think that all the goods sold here are stolen. There is no denying but that is not the reason. In fact, the name of this market was the short Bazar not chor Bazar. Due to the miss pronunciation of British, this market got its to name from shore Bazar to chor Bazar. And this market got its permanent name. Here you will find all kinds of legal or illegal or items sometimes even your lost belonging are found here.
FLOATING MARKET, SRINAGAR:
This market is built on dal Lake in Srinagar. It is the first floating market in India and the second largest in Asia. This market runs from morning 5 to 7 p.m. one should never miss the experience of waking up in the morning and buying goods from vendors While boarding in this beautiful view. Now it has become a floating market in Kolkata too. Which reminds you of Bangkok’s floating market.
ATTAR MARKET, UTTAR PRADESH:
Kanauj is one of the famous historical places of Uttar Pradesh. The Attar market here attracts millions of people from India and foreign countries. This is such a perfume market there are more than 650 perfume varieties. Which are made using flowers, aromatic oil, and tree barks. As soon as you enter this market you will be confused, as there are so many perfume options. Because you don’t know which perfume to take. The fragrance of this perfume lasts for two days, so this city is also called the most fragrant City.
TIBETAN MARKET, DELHI:
if you want to enjoy Tibet sitting in India then majnu-ka-Tilla is the very right place. Majnu ka Tilla is an exclusive market in Delhi. Where you can buy Tibetan cloth from Tibetan dish momo. You can also enjoy the Tibetan culture festivals. This market is more than 70 years old. Shopping here makes the soul happy.
DIAMOND MARKET, SURAT:
have you ever thought that diamonds can be sold openly in the open market? No one would have thought. You can say this in reality in mandarpura diamond market of Surat. They sell diamonds in this way on every Street every corner. As if they were selling flour and rice at a ration shop.
NIGHT BAZAAR GOA:
the Vibes of this night Bazaar in Goa also surpass all the nightclubs in Goa. In this market, you will find local to foreign sellers. Which sell jewellery beachwear handicrafts traditional clothes and spices. The festival also offers live dance and music shows.
FAQ – There are some frequently asked questions.
Q1. Write any 5 iconic markets in India?
Ans. Only women market in Manipur, night Bazaar in Goa, diamond Market in Surat, floating Market in Srinagar, Attar Market in Uttar Pradesh.
Q2. Where is the Tibetan market situated?.
Ans. Delhi, India.10 most iconic markets in India you have to explore in 2021 Click To Tweet
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