A beautiful Haat Bazaar sells traditional handicrafts of extended Punjab at the fort. The handicrafts of all the states where the Maharaja at one time reigned.
There are several shops to choose from with the choicest of items! Take souvenirs for your family and friends.
Tilpatra: the shop with all things famous of Punjab.
Phulkari, or the embroidery technique from Punjab, literally means “flower work”. odinies (head scarfs), Dupatta and shawls, pillow covers, and pen stands all are made with this colourful form.
Tiledar Juttis - or footwear traditionally crafted for the royalty with real silver and gold threads, this lovely footwear is a hot selling item. The exciting fact about jutties is that they have no left foot or right foot distinction and take the foot's shape!
Pidies- or stools- continue to remain in vogue due to their lovely designs - where the artisans use colourful threads to give the stools a unique happy look. Merely 6 to 7 inches in height, the "pidhis" industry is flourishing in the districts of Kartarpur.
Sarkanda Baskets- we have some fascinating things of this fantastic weaving technique made with threads and dried grass. Buy yourself a vibrant Pitari or bowl.
An acronym of Punjab Thathera Art Legacy is the fantastic handcrafted traditional brass metalwork of the thatheras of Jandiala Guru. Their work has been contemporized into an exciting range of tea sets, dinner sets, and other decorative and utility objects.
Named after the famed wood bazaars of old, here each wooden artefact is handcrafted to bring out its uniqueness.
The jewellery store Punjabi jewellery is known not only for its variety but also for its aesthetics. The variety of traditional ornaments used by women is virtually endless.
Amritsar besides being the “spiritual capital” of Punjab is also the “food capital” of the state. One such “perennial” delicacy of Amritsar is the famous Papad-wadiyan (dried lentil balls) and as are the famous dried fruit, “aampapad” (sheets of spicy dried mango pulp) and achars (pickles). The Haat also has the incredible handicrafts from the states of
The renowned MIR handicrafts are got especially for you- Kashmir’s famous papier-mâché vases, bowls, boxes, trays, bases of lamps etc along with Scarves and numerous other objects.
RAAVI KINARE: hand-crafted with love from Chamba is the famous Chamba Rumaal ( Hankies) created in a distinct pattern that is identical on both faces of the fabric. Besides this, we have Cast metalwork – a tradition coming down from the Bronze age. In winter, we keep the ever-popular Chamba Shawls - another iconic handicraft from the Himalayan region.
When in Punjab, Dress like Punjabi. The lively and colourful mindset and culture of Punjab show in its vibrant clothing. Try these colourful Punjabi dresses and get photographed. Become a Punjabi “Gabru” and “Mutiyaar” and save beautiful memories with your loved ones.
Khirda Punjab represents the spirit of “Today”- with its strong roots in Punjab and this wonderful land of five rivers. The famous brand Urban Theka has created lively wall plates and artefacts inspired by the era of Maharaja Ranjit Singh. You can buy T-shirts, books, key chains, mugs and knickknacks of urban Theka brand to preserve your special memories.