Jayanagar Shopping | Best Shops in Jayanagar Market, Bangalore

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About Jayanagar

First of all, Jayanagar has grown a great deal. The layout, with its...Read More

Best Shops In Jayanagar

Anokhi Bangalore

Stylish Etnic Wear Dresses ,Home furnishings Anokhi is from Jaipur in Rajasthan . They have been operating their retail stores for more than 40 years. Their stores are large and spacious and their products are neatly displayed and stacked. Indo western wear Skirts, tops, dresses ,capris and jackets would typically be called the Indo western dresses. Cotton fabrics with colourful block prints are used to make the dresses. Colourful floral motifs in white colour or light pastel colour dresses is a trademark from Anokhi . The wrap skirts and dresses in new designs are in dark colours with block prints.The cotton dresses are so comfortable that you would want to carry them everywhere.They are stylish , bright and provide great comfort.These dresses are not restricted to teenagers anymore. Moms of all ages can be seen in these stylish dresses. Indian ethnic dresses Salwar kameez, Anarkali kurtas ,churidar kurtas and short kurtis would make up the Indian ethnic wear collection. Soft and colourful, these dresses are ideal for summers. The collection is colour coded and displayed accordingly. You will find garments with same colour and prints displayed together. Stoles and scarves You will find beautiful stoles and scarves in Indigo blue, bright reds and other lovely colours with prints neatly stacked in huge brass bowl. Take you pick. Black is a definite favourite and can be paired with several outfits. Home Furnishings Are you looking for bed sheets, pillow covers and quilts? Anokhi stocks these beautiful soft home fabrics in soft colours with block prints. They also stock dining sets, toilet cases and some jewellery pieces. The prices are not cheap but the garments and furnishings are long lasting and are value for money. The average price would be Rs1000 – Rs2000/piece. The store ambience is quiet and unhurried. The customer can walk around the store undisturbed and make his or her selection.
  • 080 2663 1345

Indian Wear, Furnishing, Tops, Trousers & Skirts, Shawls and Scarves, Kurtis, Salwar Suits

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Angadi Silks

Kanjivaram saris in Angadi silks Shopping in Bangalore for sarees should definitely include a visit to Angadi Silks in the Jaynagar Shopping Market . Seven generations of the family have been running this Bangalore store. Jaynagar is a popular shopping market in Bangalore . Angadi Silks is located in a broad avenue in Jayanagar. Parking is not a concern as compare to other shops in this market. Angadi Silks comes highly recommended for Kanjivaram sarees, Gadwal sarees and Benarsi sarees. They have their own manufacturing & designing unit. Hence, their sarees are very distinct . First of all as you enter this spacious shop , you will be greeted by very knowledgeable & friendly staff . The shop has several pictures and exhibits which trace the history behind the Angadi shop and the history of sarees and their origins as well. Kanjivaram Sarees The ground floor has a collection of Kanjivaram (pattu )sarees. The sarees are simple & yet sophisticated . The Kanjivaram silk sarees are available in plain dark colours with and without gold zari borders. There are sarees with self designs and in a variety of colour combinations . The peacock blue, the parrot green ,the mango yellow , the lotus pink and the crimson red are some popular colours in the Kanjivaram saris in Angadi Silks . Some saris have checks, vertical or horizontal lines as designs . Some have distinct floral patterns . Explore and make your choice . Angadi Silks brings out new collections every month almost. That is what makes the collection so interesting . Simple sarees to special Angadi designed sarees in a price range between Rs 5000 to Rs 50000 a piece are on offer . Other Varieties of Sarees The 2nd floor has Benarsi silk sarees, vulculum, tanchoi, jamdani, jacquard , and benares georgette sarees. Gadwal sarees form Andhra Pradesh in cotton, silk and cotton mix, Ikkat, Pochampally, Patola, Gadchola sarees are all available on the 2nd floor. While the saree fabrics are sourced form various States, the designs are indigenous. Finally, the 3rd floor has more varieties of causal wear sarees. As a result this is one of the best shops for traditional sarees in Bangalore.
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Designer Wear, Fabric, Bridal Wear, Sarees

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KSIC Mysore Silk

Mysore silk saris are manufactured in the city of Mysore in Karnataka . The manufacturing facility for Mysore silks was originally set up by the Maharaja of Mysore with looms imported from Switzerland in 1912 . In 1980 ,the manufacturing facility was handed over to the Karnataka Silk Industries Corporation Ltd.(KSIC). It is a government of Karnataka enterprise.The distinguishing feature of this saris is the usage of pure silk and 100% pure gold zari .KSIC Mysore Silk saris are very popular for their soft ,smooth feel and lustrous texture. The Mysore silk saree or salwar kameez can be worn through the year, whether it is summer or winter. KSIC Mysore Silk saree look very elegant. The products include Silk sarees, Fabric for salwar kameez Shirts Kurtas Silk dhotis and ties Mysore Silk Factory The silk products are manufactured in the factories located in Mysore and in Narasipura. KSIC manufactures silk fabrics from raw silk yarn. Raw mulberry silk is produced in five Indian states, of which Karnataka is one. Mysore silk is hence, very popular in the state. It is a very light and soft fabric as compared to the heavy Kanjivaram silk fabric. Furthermore Mysore silk sarees come in traditional designs and colors. Dark blue, dark green, maroon, pink, violet and mustard yellow are some of the noteworthy colors for Mysore Silk sarees. They also have a contrast color border with zari work. While some of the zari is pure gold zari, some others could have tested zari as well. As a result, the price of the Mysore silk saree would depend on the quality of the zari that is used in the saree. Finally due to great demand for Mysore silk fabric, they are available as salwar kameez fabrics as well. There are also some dupattas and ties that are made with this fabric. Hence, Bangalore shopping is incomplete without a visit to KSIC. Also read :- Visit The Biere Club, Bootlegger & do some Bangalore Shopping
  • 080-26631405

Indian Wear, Fabric, Sarees

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Nalli Silks- Bangalore

Welcome to the grandiose world of Kanjivaram silks! Nalli is a traditional silk sari chain of shops. What began as a small discount-dictated business in saris in 1928, is now a sari and fabric behemoth with branches across the country. You can find silks from every corner of the country in this shop, but if you go to Nalli, you must buy a Kanjivaram, especially if you don’t own one. Kanjivaram is a small village in TamilNadu where weavers spend at least 10-30 days to weave a sari in silk, depending on the intricacy of design. The 500-year-old cottage industry produces stiff heavy-weight mulberry silk saris, woven with three ply high denier threads. The silk thread is dipped in rice water and dried, and for the borders with heavy jari (gold),the thread is dipped in liquid gold or silver before giving shape to motifs like rudrakshams (rosary beads), malli moggu (jasmine bud) and gopuram (temple top), mayilkan (peacock eye) and koyilkan (nightingale eye). The double warp and weft stands out clear in the texture which lends itself to bright shades and strong designs. You will not find the peacock blues, Rani (princess) pinks, parrot greens, scarlet reds, mustard yellows, turquoise blues, and regal purples on any other silk saris in the world. Prices range from Rs. 10,000 to Rs. 1,00,000 each. There are different varieties of saris and dress materials. Silk and brocade material for blouses, readymade salwar suits and unstitched fabric for suits are also available. Salwar suits are priced from Rs. 3,000 to Rs. 45,000 each , while dress material such as georgette with gota-work will cost you Rs. 800 to Rs. 1000 a meter, whereas plain silk may cost Rs. 400 – Rs. 600 a meter. Nalli is a well known name silk saree shop in Bangalore.
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Indian Wear, Fabric, Bridal Wear, Salwar Suits, Sarees

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About Jayanagar

First of all, Jayanagar has grown a great deal. The layout, with its 10 blocks is believed to be designed by Shri M. Visveswarayya. It  is one of the best planned layouts in Bangalore. While most of the 10 Blocks are residential areas, the 3rd, 4th, and 5th are busy commercial hubs.

Jayanagar shopping is a great experience. Jayanagar area is surrounded by Basavanagudi, JP Nagar, BSK II Stage, BTM Layout, and Banashankari Temple Area.

Sarees, Salwar Suits & Jewellery

The Asoka Pillar Road area, The 10 Feet Road area and the  BDA Shopping Complex are some of the best Bangalore shopping places. In addition, the 10th Main Road and the 11th Main Road also have some of the best shops in Bangalore.

Further, The 11th Main Road is the high street of fashion. Many popular Bangalore shops such as Deepam Silks, Anokhi, Tanishq, Khazana Jewelry, Good Things and Cantabil are located here.

Angadi Silks & Deepam Silks

The Ring Road areas – also known as Marenahalli areas – in Jayanagar 5th Block also boasts of famous Bangalore sari shops like Nalli’s, Neeru’s, and Angadi Silks. You can also spot C.Krishnaiah Chetty & Sons, the famous jewellers, here.

The Ragigudda Area has the Central Mall, Big Bazaar, E-zone and a number of boutiques shops for ready-made garments. It seems that Jayanagar is one of the upscale shopping markets in Bangalore. The variety of shops is more when compared to other Bangalore Shopping Markets.

Further, you may like to check out these restaurants in Jayanagar: Nandhini Paradise, Ragoos, Adigas, New Shanthi Sagar, KFC, Baristas, Eurasia Pasta & Barbeque, Tangra – Indo Chinese, Mainland China, Maiya’s, Nagarjuna Chimney, La Casa, Gufha (The President Hotel), Casa Piccolo, Grill squre, Village and Chutney Chang.

Days Closed :- Open all days.

Timing :- 11 am- 8 pm

Bus/Metro :- Jayanagar 3rd block bus stop

Other Markets

Indiranagar Bangalore

  • Indira Nagar started off as a sleepy, high-end residential area with wide avenues – more like an army cantonment area. But over the last two decades, it has blossomed into one of the trendiest shopping areas of Bangalore with its 100 Feet Road & CMH Road becoming a Bengaluru(Bangalore) shopping market ,frequented by the young and trendy. Indira Nagar is also known as HAL area – comprises Hoyashala Nagar, Domlur, New Thippasandra. From a pensioner’s paradise, the IT industry has made it a busy commercial & shopping hub. Wrangler, Levis, Allen Solley, Reid & Taylor, Park Avenue, Raymonds, Peter England, Lee, Wills Lifestyle, Tommy Hilfiger, Planet Fashion,ZARA, Samsara ,Soma and Chemistry have an outlet in the 100ft road. There are superstores like Staples, More, Croma, Viveks, Sony, Reliance Trends & Reliance Digital, Titan, Girias, Ezone, Unilet and VGP here. Clarks Shoes, Adidas, Nike, Reebok, Metro, Hush Puppies, Woodlands, Reliance Footprints and Bata, luxury watch stores like Designer wear are also there. CMH Road has Cool Club for chic casual wear for men, women and kids, Blush for apparels & accessories, Ants for exotic stuff from north east, Chilli Billi – an innovative boutique for casual wear and Tasya for luxurious bridal wear and high-end silk sarees & dresses . And One G, Wild Jasmine and Bandhej are some other popular outlets not to be missed. Some of the well known restaurants include Smoke house deli, Toit, Monkey Bar, Chilis, Kebab room, Black Rabbit, Glen Bake House, Loft 38, Barbeque Nation, Vapor pub and brewery, Forbidden fruit and MTR 1924 The Indiranagar shopping has redefined the Bengaluru (Bangalore) shopping experience.
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Chickpet

  • Bangalore is a shoppers’ paradise – especially for Mysore crepe silks sarees and printed pure silk sarees. Chickpet is the embodiment of indigenous Bangalore shopping. Around the electronic city, many malls may come and become popular amidst the young and upwardly mobile population. But Bangalore natives think of Chickpet when they think of Bangalore shopping. Ask any old timer about shopping in Bangalore , they will recommend the Chickpet Shopping Market as the best area to get everything at a reasonable rate. Chickpet has been a very popular Bangalore Shopping Market with a historical past. Chickpet’s history is interwoven into Bangalore’s history. Chickpet was established in the 16th century by the King Kempe Gowda, at the cross road of four important trade routes when he established the city of Bangalore. ‘Pete’ generally means market center in Kannada language. It was established as the main Bangaluru (Bangalore ) Shopping Market Chickpet (Chikkapeta) – market for small Bangalore shops (jewelry, textiles and saris), Dodda Pete (Avenue Road) – for bigger traders & bigger Bangalore shops – stationary, clothes, vessels and books, Tharagupete – for grains, groceries, Nagarthpete – including Raja Market – for Gold, silver and gem jewelry shops (traditional and modern – genuine as well imitation jewelry), Ganigarapete – for oil traders,Tigalarapete – flower/vegetable market of gardeners and farmers, Cubbonpete – for textiles shops, silk sari shops , dyes, chemicals etc, Sultanpete – paper/stationery, books, Balepete – for Bangle shops . Today , Chickpet (Chikkapete) shopping place in Bangalore has several shops selling everything from bridal wear sarees to day-to-day wear dresses – from genuine silk to handloom, cotton and synthetics. There are many narrow roads – some not eve 3-4 feet wide – on both sides of Chickpet Road and Avenue Road that are filled with shops. It is a crowded market. Some famous silk sari shops are Kaiser-I-Hind Depot – a sari supplier to royal houses for over 7 decades, Kuberan Silks, Sudarshan Silks & Sudarshan Jewelry, Kala Mandir Saris, Byrappa & Sons, SM Silks, Dhondusa silks etc There are touts standing outside the shops actively looking for customers. Nearby Chickpet area, there is a big municipal market called Krishna Rajendra Market – selling fruits, vegetables and flowers and other things too. There are a number of Hindu temples, Jain temples, and mosques in the area. Nearby BVK Iyengar Road is buzzing market for all kinds of electrical goods. Chickpet is to Bangalore what Chandni Chowk is to Delhi. Today the entire area is a bustling shopping market but sadly lacks adequate parking space.
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