Exploring India doesn’t feel perfect if you don’t bring home souvenirs. This country is know for its textiles and handicraft. So if you go there, bring these products as souvenirs for your friends back home. Every region in India has its own craft products. Delhi is famous for spices and pashmina, Jaipur and Udaipur are
Exploring India doesn’t feel perfect if you don’t bring home souvenirs. This country is know for its textiles and handicraft. So if you go there, bring these products as souvenirs for your friends back home.
Every region in India has its own craft products. Delhi is famous for spices and pashmina, Jaipur and Udaipur are know for producing paintings, and Kolkata for producing textiles.
The following are various souvenirs that can be use as souvenirs from India.
Pashmina shawls from India are know to soft and warm. So you will never regret buying them. In India, the famous pashmina producer is Srinagar in Kashmir, but it is easy to find in the markets of Delhi and Jaipur.
When you go to India, have at least one sari. This is the pride of Indian women’s clothing which has gone global. Sarees can be found anywhere but the most famous ones come from Kolkata and Varanasi.
3. Wood Carving
Rajasthan, especially Jodhpur and Udaipur, is famous for carved wooden furniture, statues and everything from wood.
4. Jewelry holder
Indian people are famous for wearing beautiful accessories or jewelry. So, they also have a jewelry place that is no less beautiful. These jewelery stands are found in the markets of Mumbai, Delhi, Jaipur, Goa and many more.
India is the spice capital. The foods are rich in spices. If you want to bring home typical Indian spices, get them at spice markets in Delhi and Cochin (Kochi).
6. Woven Fabric
Indian textiles are famous all over the world. One thing that is famous is the woven fabric which is done in detail. This woven fabric is often found in Varanasi for Baranasi silk, Jaipur for block motif fabric, and Kolkata for cotton woven fabric.
Darjeeling and Assam are two tea producing regions in India. If you go there, don’t forget to buy their authentic tea. But even in big cities, Darjeeling or Assam tea is easy to find.
8. Pottery or ceramics
Khurja in Uttar Pradesh is famous for its pottery or ceramic crafts. The unique thing is that each product is painted by hand. Ceramic products include bowls, plates and decorative ornaments.
9. Miniature Painting
Cities like Udaipur and Jaipur offer beautiful miniature paintings in unique formats.
10. Essential Oils
If you want to bring home Indian essential oils, visit Mysuru which is famous for its sandalwood products. If you want more variety, essential oils are available in Auroville, a spiritual city in Tamil Nadu.