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Top Choice Arts & Crafts in Ahmedabad (Amdavad)

Hansiba

The retail outlet of the Self-Employed Women’s Association (SEWA), Hansiba sells colourful woven and embroidered shawls, saris, beautifully embroidered ladies' tunics and wall hangings.
Gifts & Souvenirs in Ahmedabad (Amdavad)

nidus

This gift shop on the NID (National Institute of Design) campus stocks an excellent range of independent designs by the Institute's alumni and students. Choose between funky jewellery, unconventional crockery, beaut…
Arts & Crafts in Ahmedabad (Amdavad)

Gramshree

Beautiful handcrafted gifts – from embroidered pillowcases and traditional leather sandals to clothing, accessories, stationery and more. Gramshree is a grassroots organisation that supports and empowers more than 5…
Fashion & Accessories in Ahmedabad (Amdavad)

Bandhej

Traditional and contemporary saris, embroidered tunics, accessories and gifts – all are handcrafted by expert craftspeople from around the country using ecofriendly materials. There's beautiful glassware made in Ahm…
Handicrafts in Ahmedabad (Amdavad)

Manek Chowk

This busy space and surrounding narrow streets are the commercial heart of the old city. Weave your way through the crowds to soak up the atmosphere and browse the vegetable and sweet stalls and silver and textile s…
Books in Ahmedabad (Amdavad)

Art Book Center

This specialist treasure trove is upstairs in a brightly painted building near Ellis Bridge. Indian architecture, miniature painting and textile design are the main topics stocked.
Books in Ahmedabad (Amdavad)

Crossword

A large, bustling bookshop, with a good selection of Lonely Planet guides, as well as regional maps and guidebooks (get your 101 Things to Do in Ahmedabad here).
Textiles in Ahmedabad (Amdavad)

Gamthiwala

Gamthiwala, by the entrance to the Mausoleum of Ahmed Shah in the old city, sells quality block-printed and tie-dyed textiles.
Clothing in Ahmedabad (Amdavad)

Law Garden Night Market

An evening market packed with stalls selling glittering wares from Kachchh and Saurashtra. It’s chock-a-block with fantastically decorated but mass-produced cholis (sari blouses) and chaniyas (long, wide traditional…