Your Guide to the Best Kurtis in Ahmedabad! Also 10 Classy Recommended Kurtis That Perfectly Mix Tradition and Fashion (2020)

Your Guide to the Best Kurtis in Ahmedabad! Also 10 Classy Recommended Kurtis That Perfectly Mix Tradition and Fashion (2020)

Ahmedabad is a shopping haven that offers amazing range of clothing, handicrafts and more. The city's street shopping is as colourful as it's malls and fashionable spots. Know where to find the best Kurtis in Ahmedabad and the top shopping bazaars that you should to head to! We also have 10 options from local online stores so you can buy right away too.

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Where Can You Find the Best Kurtis in Ahmedabad


Each part of our country has its unique set of handicrafts and traditions, which is reflected in their clothing and trinkets. One such place is Ahmedabad, with its unique style of clothes, traditional design and artworks.

This article is your guide for buying traditional Kurtis in Ahmedabad. We’ve listed down the markets to shop from, and the local delicacies to try along with a list of 10 Kurtis from Ahmedabad which you can find online.

Sindhi Market


It is always a great idea to shop in the market from where the locals shop from - as there are fewer chances of things to be overpriced like they are in touristy markets. Well, one such market in Ahmedabad in Sindhi Market, which is an old market, a commonplace for Amdavadis to fulfil their shopping needs.

Situated at Revdi Bazar, Kalupur, it is a bright-coloured market where you would find quality products like footwear, fabrics, clothes jewellery - all at extremely cheap prices.

Rani No Hajiro

Rani No Hajirao is originally a tomb structure of Ahmed Shah’s Queens. Over time, this region has evolved into a market place with tons of vendors selling all kinds of traditional things. If you want to immerse yourself into the local items - with things made with local techniques and fabrics, this is where you should be.

It is extremely popular for clothes and other handloom fabrics, which means you can grab different fabrics for them and later get them designed into Kurtis, cushion covers or bedsheets.

Moreover, you also find stitched cloth pieces, like mirror work blouses, tops, accessories like bright clutches, silver jewellery and so much more.

Rani No Hajiro is a walkway into the traditional art realms of the Gujarati handicrafts. You must visit the place to get a proper street shopping experience in Ahmedabad. It is situated in Gandhi Road near the very popular night food bazaar - Manek Chowk.

Law Garden


Ever dreamt of shopping in the night after the sun has settled, relieving you from all the heat? Well, then Law Garden Night Market is where you need to be. This market is the perfect place for you to find anything traditional, from souvenirs to clothing.

Situated on the Netaji Road on the Ellis bridge, this is your place to be to find yourself everything traditional - be it some trinkets, Garba clothes or home decor or gifts.

The market also is extremely popular for its delicious food items, and you can make the best of shopping and food experience at Law Garden.

Lal Darwaza


Another street market situated in the lanes of Ahmedabad is Lal Darwaza, which is similar to Delhi’s popular Chandni chowk.

It is an extremely cheap market where you’d find anything and everything at extremely cheap prices - from accessories, clothes, jewellery to electronics, second-hand goods, Lal Darwaza is popular for all. This is also the market where you should have great bargaining skills since everything can be bought at a discounted price.

The Lal Darwaza market is open till 10 pm at night and offers a local shopping experience, in contrast to the malls and other fancy markets.

Quick Tip: This market gets extremely crowded so make sure you keep a check on your valuables and also check the quality of the products before you buy them rather than finding some defects in your purchases later.

10 Kurtis from Ahmedabad Which You can Shop Online

Ahmedabad showcases different styles of Kurti with the use of different hand-woven techniques like applique, mirror work and embroideries on different kind of fabrics and the use of many colours.

In this list, we have compiled 10 such Kurtis for you from Ahmedabad, to take you through different traditions and styles of the region. Have a look below:

Brown Layered Kurti

Printed kurta never goes out of style, especially if they have some basic print which can be worn as an everyday outfit. To add a little style quotient, we picked this stylish kurta with an asymmetrical hemline.

This Kurti from Ahmedabad is made up of beautiful rayon fabric and is a blended mix of pink and burgandy . You can pair it up with black leggings or palazzos, and complete your look. There are different shades available in the same print and design and you can have a look at their catalogue to see other colours.

This one is priced at Rs. 2,630 and you can get it from

Handblock Kurti


Another Kurti from Ahmedabad in the list is from the brand ‘Okhai’, which works with the local artisans from Gujarat and helps them earn a living, providing them with a platform to showcase their skills and local artwork through the clothes that the brand has to offer.

We picked this White Handblock Kurti, which is one such piece that has been handcrafted by these artisans. It is made up of cotton fabric, which is extremely comfortable to wear and has a ‘Sanctuary’ Block Print pattern all over the Kurti. This piece is inspired by Mughal art, and the overall style of the Kurti features a high low cut , making it extremely trendy while traditional.

You can wear it as a dress, or with a pair of leggings and palazzos, and create a perfect look. You can get this from for Rs. 2,850.

Red Gathered Kurti


Vraj Bhoomi from Ahmedabad offers a diverse range of Kurtis, with some traditional craft which is presented in a modern style. This one has a gathered look which is created with a drawstring on the backside. It creates the illusion of a perfect fit.

It is made up of 100 percent cotton fabric, which has hand block patterns all over, with shades of red and brown - creating a contrast design. It is calf length long, with side splits and buttons in the front. You can wear it as a dress with sneakers or pair it with a solid skirt, giving it an edgy feel.
You can get this from for Rs. 4,250.

Mul Hand Block Printed Kurti


There are so many different styles of Kurtis available these days. Another one in the list is this Shirt Dress Kurti from Ahmedabad. It is made up of the most comfortable fabric cotton, perfect for the summer heat.

It has a loose fit, with a chinese collar, cute placket with potli button plus a simple gathering at the waist which makes it extremely comfortable to wear. The fabric features delicate hand block printed motifs that make it a perfect summer dress.

You can either wear it for a work day or for a simple evening dinner or drinks. You can get this from for Rs. 1,500.

Pastel Green Short Kurti

This Cotton Short Kurti from is a great Kurti which has an element of ethnic wear to it but looks less traditional as compared to a longline Kurti. You can wear it with a skirt, jeans or leggings, creating multiple looks from the same Kurti.

It has simple print with a gathered waist which makes it stand out. You can also add some chunky jewellery to your attire when wearing this short kurti, to create a rustic look. It is priced at Rs. 1,775.

High Low Kurti


There are so many styles of Kurtis available out there. Kurtis are known for the comfort it offers because mostly they are not body hugging and made up of fabrics like cotton, especially those which are for everyday wear.

One such Kurti is this printed Beige, asymmetrical Kurti from Vraj Bhoomi. Made up of 100% cotton, it has pockets on the sides, a mandarin collar and buttons in the front. It is extremely comfortable to wear and it is available on for a discounted price of Rs. 2,400.

Classic Pintuck Kurta


Dark shades of kurtas always bring a different element with them, since they look great with all kinds of bottom wear - be it jeans, palazzos or skirts. The look automatically elevates with the addition of some oxidized silver jewels.

One such piece is this Classic Pintuck Kurta in burgundy. It has three-fourth sleeves and a beautiful printed pattern all over it. Another unique thing about this Kurti is the fit, which is neither too tight, nor too loose, making it easy to carry all day long. Originally priced at Rs. 4,200, you can currently get this for a discounted price of Rs. 2,650 from

Blue Fusion Silk Kurti

If your style is all about blending tradition in a modern way, creating a contemporary look then go for this Blue IndoWestern Kurti from

A blue colour calf-length flowy kurta is paired with a vibrant long jacket, with the unusual blend of patterns and solid, it is perfect for any occasion. It is one of a kind Kurti, with an elegant design. Its use of silk woven fabric automatically makes it a suitable fit for parties and evening occasion.

You can get this for Rs. 2,080 from

Unique Applique Work Kurti


This one is our favourite from the list which weaves a story through different handcrafted techniques of applique, mirror work and embroidery which are involved in the creation of this Kurti from Ahmedabad.

This beautiful piece has been made in the shades of teal, with quirky applique work through the kurti's body, which makes it a perfect reflection of the modern woman.

Pair it with a palazzo or a skirt, or same or contrasting shade to create different looks. You can get this from for Rs. 1,650.

Beige Wrap Kurti


Another kind of Kurtis which gives an overall fusion look are wrap Kurtis, which creates an a-line shape. We picked this beige wrap Kurti from It has beautiful patterns all over the Kurti, a collared neck and buttons in the front for closure.

It is of calf-length, and add a solid cut-sleeves shrug along with some tan footwear, for an overall contemporary look. This kurti from Ahmedabad is priced for Rs. 2,950.

Bonus Tips: What to Eat in-Between Your Shopping Breaks

When in Ahmedabad, how can you not try the local delicacies? Gujarat is popular for Gujarati Food like Dhokla, Thepla, Khakra amongst others. Now even though you must try the local Gujarati food you can also go beyond the same and try other street food to get the best of flavours.

The street food would also keep you energised while you hop and shop in between different markets in Ahmedabad. And again you would also get an amazing food experience from another state. Here are some of the street food dishes that you must try in the following markets when in Ahmedabad.

  • Law Garden: Law Garden is popular not just for shopping, but also for its lip-smacking street food joints. The Law Garden area is popular for dishes like samosas, sandwiches, and many more. Make sure you try Jasuben’s pizza and pav bhaji from Honest. To end the day on a sweet note, make sure you do not miss the very popular magai pan and ashraf kulfi.
  • Lal Darwaza: Lal Darwaza is known for its chaat and when here, you must try the street food which is flavoured by the popular Indian spices. Try dishes like samosas, dhokla, ragda patties when shopping here.

Quick Tip: Lal Darwaza is popular for how cheap things are in this market and the bargaining it offers. The same applies when it comes to street-side shops, so make sure you bargain a little and enjoy your chaat at a very cheap price and enjoy the day!

Ahmedabad has so much to offer, from food delicacies to shopping markets and some great festivals and local handicrafts. You must indulge in all to deep dive into the culture of the city.

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