Named after the birth date of Guru Nanak (the founder of the Sikh faith), this funky independent clothing store sells fabulously colourful scarves, shawls and traditional Punjabi clothing, as well as modern T-shirts…
Gorgeous garments (Indian-meets-Western style) and homewares.
Good-value, homespun textiles and herbal beauty products, supporting small community producers. There’s another branch a few minutes’ walk east of here.
Government of Punjab emporium with everything from inlaid wooden tables to jootis (traditional slip-on shoes).
Old-school bookshop full of interesting tomes.
Homespun clothing and handicrafts.
As cute as the name suggests, this basement shop, opened by Chandigarh local Mohina Sidhu in 1980, is secreted away underneath a row of shops and restaurants and sells artistic knickknacks and household goods which …
Bustling, sprawling street market selling household goods and clothing and sprinkled with pop-up street-food stalls.
Full of textiles and saris.