Numerous stores in Agra offer stone objects, ranging from jewelry to tiny boxes and plaques with inlay work reminiscent of the Taj Mahal. The greatest of them are magnificent, yet even the most mundane are rather lovely. Additionally, Agra is well-known for its leather items. Consider spending some time at Sadar Bazaar shopping and eating inexpensively.
Take care not to get overcharged. Allow no one to direct you to a store, otherwise the price will increase to meet their fee, which is normally 50%. Be very skeptical of the claims made by these individuals. Strike a hard bargain. Prepare to walk away; you can almost always find the same products in another store or purchase anything you liked during your visit online upon your return. Expect to come across petty and greedy shopkeepers who will tell you any lie in the book in order to make a sale (with initial markups of 1,000-10,000 percent ).
There are several local marketplaces, including Sadar Bazar, a sophisticated market, Raja ki Mandi, Sanjay Place, which houses all of the city’s offices, and Shah Market, which specializes in electronics. These marketplaces are all located on the M G Road. Hospital Road Market and Subhash Bazar, both of which specialize in clothes, are located close the Agra Fort train station. Rawatpara market sells spices from all over the world. Apart from these, the M G Road is lined with other branded dealerships.
Numerous wholesale marble items are available in Gokul Pura Market near Raja Mandi (this location is close to M. G. Road), which is readily accessible by auto rickshaw. Prices are about 25% lower than in the retail market.
When purchasing diamonds, use caution. Numerous stones are false, and the prices are astronomical in comparison.