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Chittaurgarh Shopping Market
The historic city of Chittaurgarh is known for its range of exquisite handicrafts -metal ware, fabrics and shoes which come from the various villages around Chittaurgarh. While shopping in Chittaurgarh, one can buy beautiful thewa jewellery (gold designs embedded in glass), colorful leather jutis (shoes) made of camel leather with embroidery on them and Akola fabrics (painted with vegetable dyes). The wooden painted toys from Bassi village are also items that can be ideal souvenirs with a distinct touch of Chittaurgarh.
The main shopping centers in Chittaurgarh are Sadar Bazaar, Rana Sanga Market, New Cloth Market, Fort Road Market, Gandhi Chowk and Station Circle.
Fort Road Market: The Fort Road Market is an important shopping area of the city. The availability of wide range of goods and items coupled with its unique appeal has made this bazaar one of the most popular shopping destinations of the city. Metal wares and fabrics are displayed in all the shops of Chittaurgarh. Apart from these, the other common favorites of Fort Road Market include vegetable dyed products, embroidered products, camel leather products, jewelry and many more. Shopping in this market would be incomplete without buying the attractive handicrafts. All these handicrafts are preferred by tourists as these bring out the true essence of Rajasthani culture and tradition.
Rana Sanga Market: One of the most sought after Chittaurgarh markets, Rana Sanga Market gives tourists the opportunity to buy a number of interesting Rajasthani items. Shoes, which are locally known as 'jutis' are sold like hot cakes in the shops of Rana Sanga Market. In addition, painted wooden toys, works of Rajasthani embroidery, fabrics of Aloka prints are bought as memento or souvenirs by the tourists.
Sadar Bazaar: Metal wares and fabrics are common in the shops of Sadar Bazaar. These shops are visited by a large number of tourists throughout the year. Sadar Market, is known for its vibrancy and appeal. Beautiful Rajasthani jewelry especially Thewa jewelry are mainly bought by tourists from this market.