Shopping Markets in Bangalore

Shopping in Bangalore is a wonderful experience. Bangalore is a city where one would find a wide array of shopping markets, malls and plazas. There is hardly anyone who would not like to step into one of these shopping points. Shopping has always been an in thing.

Some of the most well known places for the shopping freaks are the Brigade Road, Commercial Street and the MG Road. Brigade Road is full of young crowd mostly college-goers. What more than shopping in branded stores like Lee, Van Heusen, and Louis Philippe.

There are also shops available where one can get trendy shoes and junk jewelries. Besides you will get brasswares, wooden furniture, antique jewelry, printed fabrics, saris and other cool stuffs. Commercial Street is famous for shopping colorful clothes and dress materials other than fashionable jewelries. One can also look in for shoes, art supplies, travel kits, sports, etc.

At MG Road there are famous sari emporiums like the Deepam Silks and Prasiddhi. If you are looking out for brands, there is the Raymonds and Cotton World.

For the bookworms, Gangaram and Higgin Botham is there to help you out. Jamal's is a well-known store for buying utensils and crockeries. Besides, the shopping centers like Shrungar Shopping Complex, Barton Court, Spencer's Super Market, the Coir Board Showroom, Kids Kemp, Saree Kemp, Cauvery Arts can also be found over here. Some other Bangalore shopping markets are :

  1. Malleshwaram

    Due to a large presence of temples, many of which which were well established for more than 400 years, Malleswaram is home to a large orthodox Hindu population. Electorally, Malleswaram is largely regarded as a hub for Vokkaliga (Gowdas) and Brahmins , a community which forms a sizeable and influential majority in this ward.It's a predominantly Kannada speaking population. It is generally... more
  2. Marathahalli

    Until the late 1990s the area was a sleepy village in the outskirts of Bangalore. Following the IT boom, its close proximity to HAL Airport, Whitefield, Sarjapur Road and Electronics City and the presence of the Outer Ring Road, this area has boomed into a self sufficient township. There are a large number of cloth stores, supermarkets and other shops in this area which retail products at a... more
  3. Sadashiva Nagar

    Located on the outskirts of Bangalore, the Sadashiva Nagar market area provides for a very nice market place. The market has a lot to offer. It has a little something for everybody. This market makes it very convenient for the nearby areas to come and indulge in a day of shopping.There are clothes shops which offer a few brands but mostly local ones, shoes and a few household shops are there as... more
  4. Shivaji Nagar

    Shivajinagar (Shivajinagara) is a locality in Bangalore, India. It has a major BMTC bus station, and is also a commercial centre. Its proximity to M. G. Road (less than one kilometer) and Cantonment Railway Station make it an important transport hub. Also, several government offices are located off Shivajinagar. Shivajinagar has a famous market, known as Russel Market. This market was started in... more
  5. Ulsoor

    Ulsoor was initially known for its scenic beauty with the lake and its island. But now the place buzzes with people as there are many shops that have come up which comprise the Ulsoor Market. Though the market consists of small shops, they are mostly food and household shops. Ulsoor Market is a crowded street, bustling with activity, with shops conveniently overflowing onto the street, vendors... more
  6. Whitefield

    Until the late 1980s, Whitefield was a small village which was a retirement colony for Anglo-Indians. It has since become a major hub for the Indian technology industry. The Export Promotion Industrial Park (EPIP) at Whitefield of one of the country's first information technology parks - International Tech Park, Bangalore (ITPB) which houses offices of many IT and ITES companies. The EPIP zone... more
  7. Yelahanka

    Yelahanka has gained prominence in the recent past due to the new Bengaluru International Airport which has come up near Devanahalli town, just 20 km North of Yelahanka. Vehicular traffic to (and from) the new Airport needs to pass Yelahanka to enter Bangalore city.this has made life difficult for residents of yelahanka as there are more traffic jams and vehicle density.... more
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