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Vittal Malya Road

Vittal Mallya Road

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MG Road, Bangalore

MG Road Bangalore

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Basavanagudi

Basavanagudi

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Commercial Street

Commercial Street

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Orion Mall

Orion Mall

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Garuda MAll

Garuda Mall

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Phoenix Market City

Phoenix Market City

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Neeru's

Neeru’s – Bangalore Bridal Wear

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Deepam Silk Sarees

Deepam Silks – Silk Sarees

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Sakhi Fashions

Sakhi Fashions- Ethnic Dresses

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Malabar Gold

Malabar Gold- Precious Jewellery

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Ganjam Nagappa

Ganjam Nagappa- Precious Jewellery

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Emporio Mall

Kuberan Silks- Silk Sarees

Midway between Chickpet Circle and Avenue Road Circle.

The Great India Place

UB City Mall

Shipra Mall

Khazana Jewellery

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Bangalore Shopping Places

Bangalore, the Silicon Valley of India is the capital city of  the Karnataka State. It is a big bustling city with  popular  Bangalore shopping places, markets and malls. It is also known as the garden city due to its beautiful parks & gardens. Further, it the IT capital of India.As a matter of fact, several  global IT majors have their back offices in Bangalore.

Bangalore-History

Firstly, the modern day State of Karnataka was once ruled by the Vijayanagar Empire from the 13th to the 16th century. The entire Deccan plateau region in the South belonged to them. Krishna Deva Raya  was a very powerful  ruler of this empire. Hampi, the capital of the Vijayanagar Empire is now a UNESCO site. It has some truly breath-taking Temples.

 The French Connection

The father and son duo of Hyder Ali and Tippu Sultan also ruled the Deccan State. They associated with the French to defeat the British in India. They set up their capital in Seringapatam, near Mysore. Above all, there is a lot of history associated with this State.

Let us move on to shopping places in Bangalore and what are the best items to be purchased in Bangalore

Bangalore Shopping Places

Bangalore is particularly famous for silk sarees and wood carvings.  Commercial StreetMG RoadJayanagar and Chickpet are popular markets in Bangalore. Chickpet and Basavangudi markets retain their old world charm and street shops are very popular here. MG Road is a central road in Bangalore and is one of the best shopping places in Bangalore. Some of the best shops for carpets, handicrafts and sarees are here. There is a metro line on this road that makes it convenient for people to reach this Bangalore shopping market.

Bangalore shopping Malls

Well, the city boasts of large shopping malls with international brands and designer wear stores. Young people spend a lot of time in these malls for shopping, dining and spending leisure time with friends and family. Some of the famous Bangalore  shopping malls are Orion Mall, Forum MallPhoenix Market City, Mantri Square Mall and UB City Mall.

Bangalore Saree Shops

Firstly, Bangalore is the silk producing centre.

 Angadi Silks and Deepam Silks are two of the finest shops for silk sarees in Bangalore. In addition to silk sarees, you can also find shops for exquisite bridal lehengas and wedding dresses.Further, Bangalore is also famous for silk fabrics and a lighter variety of silk known as Mysore silk.

Bangalore shopping Places — Top Jewellery Stores

This city has famous  & trusted jewellery shops. For example Ganjam Nagappa & C.Krishniah Chetty, Abharan and Bhima Jewellers are all popular shops for exquisite gold and diamond jewellery. They are established jewellers with distinct Temple Jewellery designs.

Bangalore shopping for handicrafts —Sandalwood Artifacts 

Further, handicrafts in Bangalore are world famous. You must take a  look at sandalwood artifacts and garlands made from sandalwood shavings. Cauvery Handicrafts Emporium at MG Road, Bangalore is where you can find them.  They stock a lot of deities and other artefacts made from sandalwood. In addition, Kashmiri carpets can be found in several shops in this road.

Chinnapatna Wooden Toys

Your  Bangalore  shopping is certainly not complete without the 200-year-old wooden toy craft. This ubiquitous craft form finds its origin in the reign of Tipu Sultan, the ruler of the Kingdom of Mysore.

He invited Persian artisans to upskill the local artisans in the making of wooden toys. They are made in the town of Channapatna. As a matter of fact, the colourful Channapatna wooden toys from the State are exported all over the world.

Tourist Attractions in Bangalore

In terms of tourist places, Bandipur and Kabini are two tiger reserve sanctuaries. Further, the Serai Kabini resort, a tiger sanctuary, makes for a perfect weekend getaway from Bangalore. Belur and Halebid are tourist spots with fine temples in addition to Hampi mentioned above. Heading to Coorg is a great idea too as the coffee estates in Karnataka  are in Coorg.

Further, the Mysore City Palace is a popular tourist destination. The Dussehra festival is  celebrated with pomp and splendour at the Palace. It is an age old tradition.

Bangalore has a mix of the old & the new and Bangalore shopping places are exciting with restaurants, coffee shops & boutique shops

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