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Top 7 souvenirs from the Golden Triangle of India that you should bring back home

by Parastoo Sahebi
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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]You cannot call your visit to India a complete one unless you have paid a visit to the Golden Triangle. Located in the heart of the country, there is a lot to see in these three cities that missing them during your stay in India is something you should not even think about. The adorable cities of Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur are a rich treasure of art, culture, and attractions. You can enjoy the best cuisines of the country and of course have the loveliest souvenirs from the Golden Triangle while you are visiting them.

The triangle part of the name Golden Triangle describes the shape of the cities’ connections on the map. Each city is located on one side, and the distance between each of them is around 200 to 250 kilometers. The three cities are Jaipur, capital of the magnificent state of Rajasthan, Delhi, the majestic capital of colorful India, and Agra, the historical capital of the country and home to one of the most important attractions in the world, Taj Mahal. The word golden represents the breathtaking wealth of cultural and historical splendor of these cities.

Millions of visitors come to India every year, just to pay a visit to this magnificent tourist hub and all the attractions, beauty, and culture it offers. One of the most important things every visitor should think about is souvenirs. You may want to bring back something for yourself as a reminder of your good time in the country, or you may want to buy some souvenirs from the Golden Triangle for your family and friends.

In this article, we will talk about the most important souvenirs from the Golden Triangle of India. With the information provided here, you can have a better approach to what to look for when you are going to buy souvenirs. You can also have some more research on the items to find the most suitable ones and bring them back home from the adorable Golden Triangle of India.

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1. Jewelry: The glittering beauty

Golden Triangle is not only famous for its cultural and historical beauty, but it is also popular for its jewelry. There are glittering gold and jewelry that are as adorable as the triangle itself.

India itself is famous around the world for the lovely jewelry and the art used to create those pieces. Now that you are visiting this shining part of the world, it is best to bring back some pieces of jewelry. The traditional styles of working on jewels and accessories, such as Meenakari is so beautiful that you can be sure that everything you take back home will be a good choice.

Although Delhi and its small streets of Dariba, or Agra and its Fatehabad Road are some of the top places to find fine jewelry, there is another part of the golden triangle that is more popular and more famous than the others. Rajasthan is the heart of Indian jewelry, and Jaipur as its capital is a hub for the lovers of jewels. There is no difference if you are fond of glittering gold, traditional Kundan, shining silver or breathtaking gemstones, Jaipur and its various bazaars are the best places to see and buy the nicest pieces of jewel.

They are so adorable that even if you are not going to buy jewels as souvenirs, spending some time in bazaars and just watching them behind the windows of the shops is fascinating.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_single_image image=”2188″ img_size=”800*500″][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]

2. Panchhi Petha: A sweet treat from Agra

If you are fond of sweet treats, the Golden Triangle is the right place for you. North India is famous for its sweet items and among its cities, Agra has a special place. Some of the most popular confections in the country belong to Agra.

In Agra, the most favorite confection is Panchci Petha, a translucent soft candy that is incredibly tasty. It is impossible that someone tastes it once and does not fall in love with it. Panchhi Petha is a brilliant idea to be taken home as a souvenir from your Indian trip.

There are of course different types of Petha. Angoori Petha, Chocolate Petha, Coconut Petha, and Gulaab Laddu Petha are just some examples of these Petha types. The only difference is usually in the flavors. They maybe are flavored with grapes, chocolate or any other ingredients.

Of course among all types of Pethas, Panchhi Petha is popular among locals and tourists alike, but you should try other ones as well, maybe you fall in love with a different kind of this delicious confection.

3. Meenakari: A masterpiece of traditional art

Meenakari is the art of creating adorable items by adding distinguished charm and beauty to them. The product created by this amazing art is called Meena. These items include various decorative items or jewelry and accessories that are as colorful and beautiful as India.

Meenakari is a traditional work style of the great state of Rajasthan and Jaipur and its bazaars are the best place to look for these impressive artworks. Masters of Meenakari are magnificent in their works and you can find masterpieces of art in Jaipur.

These fabulous Meenas are so fashionable that you can be sure that anyone will fall in love with them. A good point about them is the nice price range they have. You can find affordable ones if you want to, while there are some items that are greater in value, and of course more expensive in price.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_single_image image=”2189″ img_size=”800*500″][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]

4. Silk Sari: Colorful, just like India

Colorful as India, Sari is one of the most unique things about India. Everyone knows about these special women’s garments in India. Sari, or as it is sometimes being called Sari or Shari, is a famous part of Indian culture that almost everyone will fall in love with them, the first time they see it.

Saris are usually made of cotton, while the nicer versions use vivid silk as their main material. Silk Saris can be considered as elegant, precious, and unique souvenirs from the Golden Triangle that you can bring for your family and friends. Delhi is a nice place to buy these amazing garments.

In Delhi, you can find some luxurious Saris that are made with brilliant handwork. They look like colorful pieces of art that are created with passion and skill. Some Saris are just like a masterpiece of art created by an artist. So why not give these fantastic gifts to your beloved ones?

While choosing Saris, apart from the material and the design, you should be careful with the colors. There is so much variety that you can be easily confused. Try your best to choose what you think is good enough, as they all are fantastically beautiful.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_single_image image=”2191″ img_size=”800*500″][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]

5. Zardozi: Sparkling in beauty

Zardozi is one of the most adorable traditional arts of India. This art is using threads made of gold to design different tissue materials.

Zardozi is a traditional art that you can find its products mostly in Delhi. The craftsmen of Delhi are fabulous in their jobs with gold threads and designs you can find in shops in Delhi are something you probably cannot see anywhere else in the country. Beautiful and impressive, Zardozi can usually be found on clothes.

The threads are traditionally made from gold, but you can also find some luxurious works that are embroidered with precious stones or some more affordable versions that are being made from silver or copper. Zardozi artworks that are always handmade can be found on different textiles like silk and velvet.

Zardozi clothes are so fine that people use them usually for marriage dresses. They are nice ideas to be bought as souvenirs as they are in a wide range of prices. Consider them when in India, as they are fabulous gifts.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_single_image image=”2186″ img_size=”800*500″][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]

6. Indian Spices: One of the most popular souvenirs from the Golden Triangle

India is worldly known for its spices. Spicy foods are somehow the iconic symbols of India. Not only in India itself, but also in any Indian restaurant around the world, when you are ordering dishes you will have some dish that is nothing but spicy.

Indian people are in love with spices. This love is not restricted just to the cuisine and the foods, but it is also visible in their lifestyle. The aroma of spices can be sensed almost anywhere. They use these colorful products for different purposes during their daily lives.

You can find different nice spices during your stay in India. There are different spice bazaars all around the country that you can see almost all types of spices in them.

Indian spices, however, can be counted as one of the best souvenirs from Golden Triangle because you can find some of the nicest spices in there. Rajasthan homes some of the best spices of the country, and Jaipur, of course, is not different. With lovely spice markets in the city, no trip is considered completed, until you paid a visit to at least one of them.

Not only to buy spices but visiting the spice markets of Jaipur is also enjoyable due to the fabulous atmosphere of them. The aroma running through the veins of the bazaars, the voices of sellers, the color of the products, all together create a picture that everyone will fall in love with.

If you are thinking about bringing some spices back home, look for some of them that suit your needs. Some of the names that you will see in the markets are Laung (Cloves), Saunf (Fennel Seeds), Kalonji (Black Carway), Haldi (Turmeric), Jeera (Cumin Seeds), Dhaniya (Coriander Seeds), Methi Dana (Fenugreek Seeds) and Ajwain (Carom Seed).[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_single_image image=”2185″ img_size=”800*500″][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]

7. Ghevar: Sweet taste of Jaipur

Jaipur has a lot to offer and you can find some of the top souvenirs from Golden Triangle just in this amazing city of Rajasthan. Ghevar is one of the best names in the list of things you can bring back from here.

This popular sweet dish of Jaipur is a must-try, both while you are in the city and when you are considering something to take back home. It is sweet, somehow that everyone will fall in love with it, even if they do not own sweet teeth.

Ghevar is actually an important part of the Teej Festival and you can find it mostly during that time, but there are plenty of shops that provide this adorable, traditional dish of Jaipur in normal days as well.

This mouthwatering sweet is cooked using pure desi ghee, sugar, and milk. You can simply bring this lovely dish home as it usually has nice packaging and can be easily carried during your trip.


As you can see, there is a lot that the amazing Golden Triangle of India has to offer. The beauty is not restricted to only incredible attractions like the Taj Mahal or Qutb Minar, but it is visible in every corner of the cities. Bazaars and souvenirs shops own a very unique type of beauty that you can only understand it when you see them.

With souvenirs mentioned in this article, you can almost be sure that you have the best items in your mind, so that you can easily look for the best things to bring back home, as a gift for your beloved ones, or as a reminder of your good times in India, for yourself.


Reference: indiatimes[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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