Chandigarh sector 22-D market is well known as the best street market in Chandigarh which may best suit every pocket with bargaining to reasonable prices. You can not only get there from wide collections of cloths (traditional sarees, salwars, party dresses & kids wear), bags, shoes, gifts and home linen & accessories products at very low-low rates, but also sector 22 market is the best area to find the big range of women jewellery shops to buy gold, silver, artificial and diamond jewellery.
If there’s one thing that makes Chandigarh affordable to the middle class, it’s Sector 22’s street market. This 22-D market, at a five minutes drive from Hotel Aroma, is a paradise for people who want to shop for the latest trends without the brand names. The market offers a complete shopping experience and that too, at low prices.
Sector 22’s market is stocked with clothes, to fit people of all shapes and sizes, in the latest fashions and styles, ranging from as low as Rs. 50 to the tune of Rs. 1,000 plus. The whole market is a maze of stalls, mostly comprising clothes, shoes, and bags. Here, you can find a pair of chic jeans for a casual college day, as well as a pretty skirt akin to the one worn by Kareena Kapoor in Jab We Met. If you crave for traditional sarees and conventional salwar suits at affordable prices, then this is the place you should be at. Sherwanis, men’s wear like jackets, pullovers, shirts, jeans, and kids’ wear like frocks, party dresses, jeans, are also available in plenty.
The trends at the market change with seasons and movies. In winters, there is a wide variety of pullovers, mufflers, caps, jackets and long and short coats. One can find woolen scarves, stoles, and gloves in varied colors and styles, suiting everyone’s taste. The wraparounds, frocks and pyjamas are, though, a hot favorite in all seasons.
Trendy bags and matching footwear are also available here. If you have a liking for artificial jewelry, then the few shops offering you the same will get you all excited. They stock almost everything that a typical Hindu marriage needs for the rituals. In fact, there is a famous shop known as Chotu-Motu ki Dukaan where you can find awesome chudas (bridal bangles), bridal handkerchiefs, sehra (head gear worn by the bridegroom in a Hindu marriage), bridal jewelry and what not.
Bedsheets, bed covers, cushions of many shapes and sizes, cushion covers, handmade mats, embroidered dining and sofa covers are on offer as well.
Tired of shopping? There’s a Verka booth just in the middle of the Parking lot that serves ecstatic flavors of ice-creams, along with lassi and other cold drinks. There is also an old restaurant, Catch-22, just opposite the market, that offers you rest and respite from the scorching sun and the chilling winters.