The vast, crowded public market area (bara bazar means 'big market') is one of the most animated shopping areas in the Northeast. You'll reach it about 1.75km west of the big Police Bazar roundabout along GS Rd. Tho…
Maati (Soil) supports the indigenous peoples of the Northeast through sales of their very appealing handicrafts – including saris, scarves, jewellery, ceramics, notebooks, bags and more. Many of the items are made b…
Check out this shop or United Publishers next door for a good selection of books in English, especially titles on Northeast India.
This organisation works to empower rural women by supporting collectives in fields like weaving. Sales of products, such as bags, table mats and small wall hangings, goes toward their social mission.
Fine bamboo crafts, textiles, wickerwork, woodcarvings, traditional Assamese japi hats and many a carved rhino are all for sale at this state-operated emporium.
This well-stocked shop has a comprehensive English-language catalogue with Indian and international fiction, plus a few Lonely Planet guidebooks.
Has a decent selection of Naga tribal shawls priced from around ₹1000 to ₹5000.