Baba Kharak Singh Marg Delhi

Baba Kharak Singh Marg

“Confluence of Finest Artifacts, Handicrafts & Artworks of All States”

If you would like to have the flavor of all states, head to Baba Kharak Singh Marg. The place offers exclusive shopping experiences with a sprawling emporium/ handicrafts market. The culture and heritage of all states and union territories seem gathered at one place. A great fusion of art, fashion, crafts and cuisines is what makes every shopper go gaga.

The row of shops (said to be set up in the 1950s) and the state emporia complex invite every shopper to spend both the time and money on this they’ll cherish for years to come. The exquisite crafts, jewellery, and textiles on display are a great crowd puller.

The emporia of Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Kashmir, Jharkhand, Goa, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Mizoram and Assam to name a few offers an amazing collection of items. From Patiala salwars to pants, designer Pashmina shawl, Ikat scarf, neckpiece, ring, and jewellery, you’ll find everything at one place without heading here and there!

Hub of Traditional & Modern Artwork

If you want to pep up your home’s décor then don’t give a miss to Madhubani, Worli or Gond art. These traditional artworks can easily be found here. Even you can choose from modern artwork from the ‘Blue Bird Gallery’ in the Rajiv Gandhi Handicraft Bhawan.

Famous shops and emporia

Nagaland Emporium- For tribal jewellery and accessories made of beads, this store is everyone’s favourite. You can shop from here colourful shawls, jackets, bags in various designs. It also lets shoppers buy storage and carry baskets made of bamboo.

H.P State Handicrafts & Handloom Corporation Ltd. - If you want everything Pashmina and wool, this is the place. Here you’ll find a large collection of handicrafts and woolen shawls from Himachal Pradesh. If you think pashmina is out of your budget, opt for Angora and Shebu shawls that come in the price range of Rs 1700 to Rs 3000 per piece. The Kulu caps with typical Himachali designs are very popular among customers.

When you enter the store you’ll find its first floor piled up with painted wood and metal toys as well as items.

Panthoibo Manipur Emporium- If you want to have some exclusive handicrafts of Northeastern state Manipur, head to Panthoibo Manipur Emporium. Here you’ll find a wide variety of handicrafts made of bamboo along with items like collectible dolls, mats, stools, trays, baskets, flower vases and more.

Other items include cotton and woolen scarves that cost Rs 250 per piece. These scarves feature typical Manipur designs in a range of colours. You can also buy silk dupattas at its first floor.

Khadi Gram Udyog Bhavan- With the revival of Khadi industry, the demand of khadi products seems going up. This place provides you finest khadi products and materials. The ground floor of this emporium sells khadi fabrics in cotton and silk which cost between Rs 750 and Rs 850 per metre. Even you can buy readymade kurtas made of silk and cotton.

In its home furnishing section, you can find colourful durries at affordable prices. What’s more? You can find an amazing range of hair care, skin care products and soaps along with some edible items.

Rajasthali- This state emporium of Rajasthan is a truly delight for shoppers. With an incredible variety of sculptures, handicrafts and artwork, this emporium casts a magical spell on visitors. If money is not a bar for you then you can buy a pair of huge marble elephants that would cost Rs 2.5 lakh, however, if you want something pocket-friendly don’t worry, there are many options to choose from. The blue pottery from Jaipur, ashtray, vases, tiles and plates are what make shoppers go crazy over.

You can also explore many other products including camel leather shoes, jootis, foldable chairs, chowkis, miniature paintings and more.
In the cloth section, you can find a wide range of saris in chiffon, cotton, silk and georgette. For winter shopping, don’t forget to get the lightweight Jaipuri razai (quilt).

Gangotri (U.P. Govt.Emporium) - For those having a fetish for Uttar Pradesh’s brass artifacts, marbles, chikankari, carpets and silk fabrics, it is the perfect place. In its basement section, you can find a great variety of carpets and durries. It also lets women shoppers buy authentic Banarasi sarees with intricate borders and designs.

Apart from the aforementioned, you can shop for brass artifacts such as lampshades and trays as well as furniture from Saharanpur and Moradabad.
Besides art and crafts, the place is famous for its flower market as well. You can buy a bouquet or a flower arrangement from here at affordable prices.

Timings: 9:30 AM - 8:30 PM (Mon-Sat)
Nearest Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk, Shivaji Stadium


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Baba Kharak Singh Marg
Baba Kharak Singh Marg, New Delhi, Delhi 110001
Near by Metro
Shivaji Stadium
Patel Chowk

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