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Shopping in India

India is a shopper’s paradise. One can find astonishing variety of dazzling things to buy in India from handicrafts to textiles, jewelry, furnishings, art, spices and much more. These can be found in ancient bazaars, busy market places, state emporiums, street stalls and shiny new malls. India produces both traditional and modern goods and sometimes a compelling mixture of both like designer fashions inspired by traditional costumes. Markets here overflow with a dazzling collection of handicrafts, textiles, jewelry, art, spices etc. Each region in India specializes in particular industry handed down over generations. There are fixed price stores in India but in smaller stores where merchandise is locally made, one can bargain. Delhi, the capital, is the city where many international flights arrive/leave and you can buy almost everything here saving the hassle of lugging your souvenirs all over the country while you travel. The Connaught place, the commercial centre of Delhi, is the place where a row of state emporiums sells many handicrafts of most of the region of India.