पलटन बाजार देहरादून
It is located near to clock tower(ghanta ghar) .Market starts from there and stretched straight down to few kms, which can be best covered on foot while taking glimpse around the shops.Paltan bazaar is a street market stays busy with elbow to elbow buzz and shops concentrating both sides of the road which are the actual charm of the bazaar.You can find small to big anything across the street.
Shops are beautifully decorated with jellwery, ladies item, shops with trendy clothes ,footwears,bedlines,woolen clothes and yarns. just take out time to hang around the market and you can find stuffs in reasonable prices with putting little bargaining efforts.Market stays even more jam packed on Sundays because of special market called Sunday market ,where sellers sell off their stuffs on pavement in cheaper prices.
Attraction points of bazaar
On the the very starting of market you will find famous ice cream parlor called Gaylord’s
Very old shop famous for ice cream and snacks.On the other side nearby street to ATM leads to CHAT GALI ,famous for chat ,spicy food,golgappe.
While Walking little further down frm Gaylord’s on left is street called GOSI GALI ,congested place encroached by shops ,ideal for girls wear.one of the trendy and loved place by young female buyers.
Little further printing gali starts ,all kind of printing ,editing, computerized paper work done there.Going straight to down from the Atm is south Indian fooding restaurant named Lakshmi restaurant. It stays mostly full all the time, one has to struggle to get seat.
Little further on left is Dispensary Road ,stationary and book shops can b easily find there.ideal place for book lovers.
And from the end of PALTAN BAZAR starts DHAMAWALA market, famous for jewelry. Ideal place for jewelry shopping. it extents straight down all the road from KOTWALI till HANUMAN CHOWK
How to reach paltan bazaar
From railway station
Paltan bazaar can be easily reached. Its 3 kms from railway station. You can get auto,vikram,taxi or local bus any time from outside .
Which will drop you to Ghanta Ghar Chowk near Panchaiti Mandir.which is hardly 5 minutes walk from there to reach Paltan Bazaar .clock tower can be easily seen from there to recognize the place.
राम मार्केट देहरादून
Rama Market is the in heart of the city of DehraDun. It lies next to Kotwali and has two entrances, with one of them being from Paltan bazaar. The Rama Market is famous for cloth merchants, that it hosts. Here are some of the popular cloth merchants in Rama Market:
Mini Dupatta House: This shop is famous for good collection of ladies duppattas and ladies chunnis. Although the shop is ‘mini’ but the chunni collection is really good. The shop also has employed dyers for the service of its customers.
Surabhi Sarees, R B Enterprises: The shop is famous for good collection of ladies sarees and ladies salwar suits. The shop also keeps stock of men’s suitings and shirtings.
The back side of Rama Market also has host of stationary shops and printing press. The localites visit here for the low cost stationary or even to get the marriage invitation cards printed. Here are some popular shops in this segment:
Gulshan Traders: The shop sells mostly the stationery, office supplies, school books, college books, whole sale paper etc.
Manocha Printing Press: The shop offers printing services to the people of DehraDun. It offers good services for printing visiting cards, pamplets and marriage invitation cards.
ChatpataDun is the online community for the people of DehraDun offering free classifieds and placement (jobs) services.
इंदिरा बाजार देहरादून
A blend of modern showrooms and stores selling local handicrafts can be found on this road. Urban dwellers can hit branded outlets like Woodland, Nike, Levi’s, Adidas etc. Besides shops, you can also head to cafes, restaurants lined up on this road.
Right opposite Gandhi Park, there is this wonderful shopping centre known as Ashley hall that has collection of lovely items. There are many shops at this place like Art home, guitar shop, kamal jewellers etc along with some good restaurants like Black pepper, Cosmopolitan etc from where you can spend your time according to your mood.
Another popular place to go for shopping in Dehradun is the Tibetan market. This is the best place, especially if you want to buy colourful apparels and funky T-shirts. Both men and women visit this busy shopping centre for fashionable cloths. Close to this place, you will find several small eateries that offer fresh Tibetan delicacies like thupa, momos and chowmein.
This is the market from where you can fill your home with ration. Here you can purchase pulses, species, and rice etc. It is near Sharanpur Chowk.
Every city has a dedicated market for the non vegetarians, and DehraDun is no different from other cities. DehraDun’s machhi bazaar is located on a road that connects on one end to Chakrata Road, while the other end connects to the famous Paltan Bazar of DehraDun. The machhi bazaar of DehraDun has lots of shops selling the chicken, eggs, pork as well as goat meat. For the vegetarians, walking through the Machhi Bazaar will definitely be foul smelling affair. The machhi bazaar sells only the raw meat and there are hardly any cooked meat shops nearby. However, the famous Kabir Dairy of DehraDun is located right in the middle of Machhi Bazaar. Kabir Dairy is one of the oldest dairy of DehraDun, famous for milk products. The milk chhachh, lassi and khoya are specialities of Kabir Dairy.
One of the oldest and most important markets of Dehradun, the Sunday Market is where anyone purchase daily usable things just about anything. Known for its bargain prices, this market, like the name suggests, opens only on a Sunday. The Sunday Market stocks just about anything you can name and is open from 4 am onwards on a Sunday.It is a footpath market.