Vrindavan located on the banks of Yamuna in Uttar Pradesh, is one of the most famous pilgrim points for Hindus. The city is seen at its best during Janmashthami, Holi and Radhasthimi. It lies 90 kilometers from Delhi and 15 kilometers from Mathura. Almost all the temples here are dedicated to Lord Krishna and Radha. Krishna is supposed to spend the best of his times with his gopis and his beloved Radha. It is a popular belief here that Krishna visits the many temples and gardens here in the night.
A tour to Vrindavan is never complete without a shopping expedition here. Bazaars in Vrindavan are a good place to get your sounvenirs. Here you are hardly going to get any branded showrooms. You can always go for knick knacks and souvenirs while you are in Vrindavan. Vrindavan being a famous pilgrim spots many objects of worship are also sold here.
Stroll along leisurely in the many narrow laned markets in Vrindavan where a row of shops selling silver ornaments, textiles, and handicraft products are showcased. These narrow lanes and Bazaars emit an old world charm which is characteristic of places like Mathura, Vrindavan, Agra and Haridwar. . All these factors culminate to give the markets and Bazaars in Vrindavan a considerable character of its own.
Loi Bazaar is another place where you should visit while Bazaars in Vrindavan. This is a treasure trove for those wanting to drool at antiques and wooden works from this region. Devotional items like the dresses of the idol or incense stick are also sold here. Brass items are reasonably cheap in both Mathura and Vrindavan.
You can also visit Khadi Bhavan while Bazaars in Vrindavan. It offers you a wide range of Khadi fabrics and dress materials.