Udaipur is particularly famous for its miniature paintings inspired by the Rajput & Mughal styles. The markets of Udaipur present an assortment of items including handicrafts, pottery, silver jewelry, wooden toys and antique items. Handicrafts range from toys, puppets, wall hangings, pen stands, cloth lanterns, handmade papers, painted wooden box and greeting cards. Udaipur has a large collection of pottery in both metal and mud. You can get traditional attire coloured in Batik (wax-dye) hand prints along with tie and dye saris and clothes. The Pichwai paintings which are available on silk, wood, marble, paper and Ivory are popular. Hathi Pol, Bada Bazaar, Chetak Circle, Bada Bazaar and Palace Road are some of the popular shopping arcades of Udaipur. Exploring the streets of Udaipur and bargaining with the local vendors can be fun. Also, Rajasthali and Sadhna are two government emporiums that offer all the products under a single roof. Shilpgram festival is well-known as ‘Crafts Bazaar’ and is held in the middle of December at Shilpgram Crafts Village which produces unique works of ceramics, pottery, and visual art.