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Shopping in Jamnagar

No tour is complete without shopping. According to a considerable number of tourists, shopping and traveling go hand in hand. The city of Jamnagar, in Gujarat is known to attract a lot of tourists purely for the sheer experience of Shopping in Jamnagar.

Seen as one of the major travel destinations in India, Jamnagar is rich in its history and traditions. Owing to these historical and traditional linkages, when it comes to art and craft, Jamnagar has to offer a great deal. Over the years, the residents in this part of the world have inculcated these various forms of art which has eventually become their livelihood.

Finally, in order to do justice to their skills, the shops have started selling these items, much to the delight of the tourists visiting the place. Thus in this way, Shopping in Jamnagar, India has become one of the important activities for tourists.  The 'Bandhani' has become one of the hallmarks of ornamentation in Jamnagar. Bandhani in Hindi means tie-and-dye. This form of art is primarily noticed in all kinds of dress materials.

Apart from these, manufactured articles like bangles ornamented in brass, Beetle nut crackers, Paperweights made from agate, Kumkum, Kajal, Surma, and brass covered wooden chests are some of the popular items which can be found while Shopping in Jamnagar.

All in all, Shopping in Jamnagar is altogether a delightful experience. The hustle and bustle surrounding the shops adds color to the atmosphere. The essence of a traditional market places are perfect examples of the mode of shopping people used to follow in olden days. The shouting of hawkers who occupy a substantial portion of the pavements and the bargaining of the customers are typical characteristic feature of an Indian Market Place which can be observed while Shopping in Jamnagar.

The city of Jamnagar is historically known as Nawanagar, which means 'the new city'. Previously, Jamnagar was one of the princely states of Saurashtra. Jamnagar is located 310 kilometers away from Ahmedabad via Rajkot, and 92 kilometers from Rajkot.


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