Rani no Hajiro (Queen’s Tomb)

By Toplocal on Jul 15, 2013


Enter Rani no Hajiro as an urban lady and deck yourself in a traditional Gujarati woman’s attire.

An oldest street market crafted especially for women. The market is arranged on the street that goes towards the Queen’s tomb, where the female members of the royal families were buried.

Rani no hajiro is well known for providing wide array of traditional attires and accessories. The stores in the market sell bandhej, gamthi, lehrya and other similar kinds of traditional fabrics. Chaniya cholis and oxidized accessories are the main attractions of the market.

As the market is known for traditional wears, Rani no Hajiro is extremely vibrant before and during the auspicious festival of Navaratri. The footfall increases after the month of August and lasts till end of October.

Find Rani no haziro in the east of Manekchowk that is in the old city of Ahmedabad.

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