#MarketFriday - Shopping for Bae in the Market near my city


Hello Namaste, Satsriakal🙏
This is your friend Pulkit, back again.

A few days ago, I explored a market near my city, as it's one the best place for shopping, especially for girls and women.

I was accompanied by my Bae. The place is spread in a very large area but still was overcrowded.

More than 1000 shops are present there, and the same number of stalls also offer a wide variety of clothes, Jewellery, footwear, and even items for Home decor


Traditional Indian outfits. Costs around 20$ to 26$(1500 to 2000INR)


Denim and normal shorts (Price 3$ to 5$)


Long dresses (Price 7$ to 13$)


Bags costs (7$ each)


Denim Jackets(Price 13$ to 15$)



Crop top and one-piece


Pendants and chains(Price 1$ to 2$)





Earrings, Bangles, and chokers(Price 2$ to 5$)


Sunglasses (Price 2$ to 5$)



Party wear(Price 20$ to 25$)


Tops (Price 2$ to 4$)


Gym attire( Price 10$)



Funky Tshirts (Price 2$ to 3$)

As this is one of the cheapest and best markets nearby. This market remains closed every Tuesday and People rush to this place on the remaining days and there is no place to stand properly on weekends.
Next time I will show you another shopping place in the hood.

Consider this an attempt for this week's #marketfriday hosted by @dswigle.


  1. All the content is mine
  2. Pics are taken by me from my phone.


@pulkit2 Showing me a shopping place in the hood is not what it is all about. Tell us a little bit about the market or the event. What brought you there? What did you buy? How much did it cost? Is this high or low for the area. Have the prices gone up?

#MarketFriday began as a way to reach out across the globe and learn about different cultures through their markets, especially local markets and farmers' markets, and eventually branched out and evolved over time from straight shopping to a cultural affair as it highlights how we differ and then again, how much we are alike. We have become a melting pot of culture, but, it is still the Rituals, Festivals, food, architecture, and even your language/languages that separate us... Along with the fact that is these things are normal for us. There are unwritten rules that rule our social behaviors. I see this as allowing for increased tolerance between cultures and nations, and opportunities to come together on an even playing ground. A strong culture can be beneficial to a country as it promotes unity, especially during a crisis, peaceful debate, and open dialogue. I have learned so much about all of you and it has been an amazing experience. I can only hope that learning about each other can help us work together for a peaceful world.

Fridays are all about the #MarketFriday Challenge! Looking to take part in it? Here is how:

Rules of the Road to Join #MarketFriday!

  1. Go to the market, or anywhere that you pay money for a service.
    Take pictures! Be creative!
  2. Tell us a little bit about the market or the event. What brought you there? What did you buy? How much did it cost?
  3. Post the picture(s) Of course, you should tell a little bit about the ones you post
  4. Use the MarketFriday Community Platform to post #hive-196308 (this is not required, but appreciated)
    5. Drop the link into the MarketFriday comment section so I can find it
  5. Following me and reblogging the post so more see it would be appreciated !! Not a rule, just appreciated, more vision for more views on your posts!
    7. You must put #MarketFriday by @dswigle somewhere on your post

As always, please remember! #MarketFriday loves you!