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Is this a "shopping post"? Are there interesting handicrafts, artwork, antiques, or other items that people typically buy there?

I'd say no. - Nov 18, 2017
Antique furniture, carpets, tapestries, Kashmiri shawls, pashminas, wood carvings, colorful fabrics. - Sep 20, 2016
Bidri-ware is the most common, and is local to the region. Very beautiful gifts. Also, textiles (quilts, scarves, bags, clothes) and dishes/china. - Mar 16, 2015
There are plenty of nicknacks to buy. Saris and bangles are plentiful. People with larger stature won't be able to find clothes or shoes. It's easy enough to buy clothes through the Internet. - Jan 18, 2015
Bidriware, textiles, art, and typical Indian gegaws. - Nov 20, 2014
Bidriware, carved goods, haleem (if you like smashed meat stew with chunks of bone), cloth. The usual Indian trinketry. - Jul 18, 2014
I spend most of my money on travel. Other than that, unique jewelry, handicrafts, cottons and textiles, colorful Indian clothing. - Mar 2, 2012
Jewelry. Hyderabad is known for pearls. There are also bangles and silver and gold jewelry. - Feb 27, 2012
Tons and tons of great decorative items from knick-knaks to rugs to linens and more. - Jan 11, 2011