How often does it happen if you are living in Noida, have a shoe string budget, want to shop a lot but don’t feel like going all the way to Sarojini Nagar? Well, you don’t really have to! Indira Market in Sector 27 Noida not only offers almost everything that Sarojini does but also has shops that can help you with repairs for your watches, getting your clothes dyed, and get your daily accessories fixed.
Here is a handy list for you to figure out everything before you decide to head towards this market this coming weekend, or today, or pretty much every day..
Deepak Mix & Match Centre
This is a delight for all you ladies that are looking to get all the awestruck kurtis starting from Rs 450, not only this, get palazzos, pajamas, leggings, shararas and other stuff for a “steal the deal” price. But what got our attention the most were those cute jackets that you can any day wear over your suits and stop the show. Definitely, a must visit shop.
Where: F – 148, Sector 27, Noida
Fancy Photo Framing
As the name itself suggests, this shop located on the left hand side of the market upon walking further, lets you to choose from a wide variety of beautiful painting apart from getting your favourite photos framed in a detailed & customized manner, including embroidery!
Where: Shop No. 2, F-125, Indra Market, Sec-27, Noida
Ansari Laces & Zari Shop
Isn’t it amazing you get all that Chandni chowk stuff in Indira market itself? You can find all sorts of lace & gotas matching your ethnic dresses at Ansari Laces and Zari Shop, moreover, they also boast of displaying an unbelievable collection of buttons too.
Where: Shop 3, Indira Market, Sector 27, Noida
Swastik Matching Center
All that stress arising due to unavailability of those colour matching dupatta or chunni or kurtis end here. You can get everything dyed as per your preference and mind you they are excellent at their job and sometimes you tend to get confused if it is actually yours!
Where: F-7A, Indira Market, Sector 27, Noida
Baba Puja Samagri Bhandar
If you are from Noida and are unaware of this shop, chances are that you have been living under the rock. It has been here since ages and is the one stop shop for all your puja samagri needs—be it incense sticks, or diyas, or all those little things that are essential can be easily found here.
Like all other markets, it may so happen that you get hungry or thirsty with all that shopping, but rest assured you can find all kinds of street food vendors here and there. And while we have listed the best 5 picks but there are many shops selling similar stuff so if you got some time to spare, comparing prices won’t harm…