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Top 10 Shopping Markets in Agra

Agra is a major tourist destination of India due to three UNESCO Heritage Monuments – Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri. To cater to the needs of tourists and local customers, there are a lot of good shopping markets in Agra as well as there are some shopping arcades, malls and exclusive stores at different locations of the city.

10 Best Shopping Markets in Agra

Let’s check out the top 10 markets in Agra.

1) Sadar Bazar Market

Being one of the main markets in Agra, Sadar Bazaar is basically meant for tourists, elite customers but a certain pockets in the market also cater to the common customers. Showroom of leather products and accessories like shoes, sandals, chappals as well as purse, belts and other gears are also available in different brands stores.

Sadar Bazar, Agra
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Sadar Bazar is a shoppers paradise, but it is also known for street food. Potato chaat, spicy snacks, golgapps are available after every afternoon to late night. Some stalls also offer ice cream, kulfis and south indian cuisines. The location of the market and its clean image helps to the shopkeepers. It is maintained by cantonment board thats why it is easy to enforce rules and regulations in military area.

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The market usually opens at 11.00 AM and remain open till 10.00 PM. In the evenings crowd begins to swell there.  Tuesday is weekly off day for Sadar Market.

2) Raja-ki-Mandi Market

If you are looking for inexpensive designer dresses, wares for homes, sweets and even leather items like shoes, belts and purses, there is no other market than Raja-ki-mandi. If you are a good bargainer, you can further extract discounts on discounted rates there as it is one of the cheap markets in Agra.

Raja ki mandi market of agra
Raja ki mandi market of Agra (Pic: www.cityseeker.com)

3) Sanjay Place Market

Sanjay Place Market, Agra

Developed as a commercial hub in the centre of the city, Sanjay Place market is primarily a wholeseller market, but you can get lot of retail shops of electronic goods, furniture, decorative items, computers and mobiles etc. Corporate offices of big companies and financial institutions like LIC are also located here. A number of good eating joints can be found in the market. It is one of the best known local markets in Agra.

4) Shah Market

Shah Market, Agra

Developed as an exclusive market for mobile phones and accessories, along with their repair centres, it is always a busy place with surging crowds. Shah Market is located quite close to Sanjay Place market of Agra. If you want to be at a wholesale or retail mobile market in Agra, then Shah Market is surely the place to be at. At this market you will be able to find Smartphones and other mobile accessories here. You can also get your mobile phone repaired over here.

5) Subhash Bazaar

Subhash Bazaar, Agra

Subhash Bazaar is known to be one of the most famous markets in Agra. It is situated at Halwai Gali near northern edge of Jama Masjid nearby Agra Fort. At Subhash Bazaar you can find a variety of products but it is mainly famous for Silk products and Silk Sarees. If you like to do street shopping, you can find a lot of good quality garments here at affordable price.

6) Kinari Bazaar

Kinari Bazaar, Agra
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Kinari Bazaar market is located near Jama Masjid of Agra. This is one of the most popular wholesale markets in Agra mainly known for trading to wholesellers and retailers as well. Kinari Bazaar is a very old Market in Agra with a rich history.

7) Shahganj Bazaar

Shahganj Bazaar, Agra
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Shahganj Bazaar is a well known local market in Agra which has grown right from the number of shops to the quality of products you get there. You can get almost everything in this market, from daily need products to your favorite clothes, from ladies accessories to different kinds of shoes. Here, you will also find the best vegetable market in Agra.

8) Shoe Market

Shoe Market, Agra
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This market is stuated in Hing ki Mandi area of Agra and is a well known shoe market in Agra. Most of you may already be knowing that Agra is quite famous for its shoe industry and if you want to buy some shoes in Agra, you can surely visit this market of Agra. Although the area in which it is located is a bit crowded and has narrow lanes, but if you are looking for shoes at a nominal price, don’t forget to visit this market . This market is also a paradise for Wholesellers as they can get wholesale shoes in a very nominal price.

9) Naulakha Bazaar

Naulakha Bazaar, Agra
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Naulakha Bazaar is a popular market in Agra situated quite close to the famous Sadar Bazaar. It is quite a small market which has narrow lanes but you get almost everything here. Ladies who are looking to buy bangles can find a lot of shops here with a good range of bangles here. If you want to buy good quality art and craft material, garments material, or you want to have some mouth watering sweets and food items. It is one of the best street markets in Agra.

10) Kalakriti and other Emporiums

Since Agra is a major tourist destination, people buy a handsome number of souvenirs of marbles, petha sweets and other wares. Kalakriti is a big name of products developed by the artisans. It displays them and helps to get customers from different part of the world. Similarly, a number of other emporiums are also operation in Taj Ganj, around Taj Mahal area as well as on MG Road in Agra.

Kalakriti Emporium, Agra
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The Emporium also has a cultural wings. A regular live show “Mohabbaten– The Taj” is almost performed daily. It offers a first-hand account of the making of Taj.

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