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Ganjam Nagappa

Ganjam Nagappa started the jewellery business in 1889. Soon, he had established himself as a leading store for diamond and gold jewellery .By a royal decree, Ganjam was appointed the jeweler to The Maharajah of Mysore.The second and third generation of the family continued to run the business . Even in the 20th century , during the reign of Maharaja Jayachamaraja Wodeyar, they received royal patronage and grew the business manifold. Today, they are known for their quality and exquisite craftsmanship. Gold and diamond jewellery are their forte. Their flagship store is opposite the UB City Mall in Bangalore. As you enter the store , you will get the feeling of walking into an exclusive jewellery shop. There is ample space to walk around in the store as there are just a few pieces on display in well lit showcases.A sales woman is assigned to each customer and she escorts you around the store . The minimalist display gives the customers the chance to admire the beauty and craftsmanship of each piece of jewellery. There is a separate section in the ground floor that displays the latest jewellery collection , made of pink emeralds & diamonds ,called ‘Sakura’. Sakura is the Japanese name for cherry blossoms which are found in abundance there. Long earrings , pendants and rings make up the Sakura collection . Prior to the introduction of Sakura, they had introduced the Le Jardin,( garden in French), collection. There was also the Banjara (gypsy ) collection,prior to that. The jewellery pieces are reflective of their names. For instance ,the Le Jardin collection gives the impression of a garden with various kinds of tiny flowers embedded in the jewelry. These collections are contemporary in design and can match the creations of any reputed international jewelry house . The first floor has traditional gold jewellery,Temple jewelery, as it is popularly known, traditional necklaces, waist bands , arm bands and a few pieces of diamond necklaces and bangles are on display . Ganjam is one of the best jewellery shops in Bangalore for exclusive jewellery
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About Vittal Mallya Road

Vittal Mallya Road is a popular Bengaluru (Bangalore) shopping market. Some of the best shops in Bengaluru can be found on this road as well as in the upscale UB City mall, which is down this road.

The stores such as Ffolio, Hatworks Boulevard and Cinnamon have exclusive clothing and furniture items on display. UB City Mall is home to fashionable and stylish bridal and party wear clothes, cosmetics, shoes, casual wear clothing (Fab India) and other accessories.

Spread over an area of 16 lakh sq ft, UB City comprises five blocks. These are the UB Tower, Kingfisher Plaza, Concorde, Canberra and Comet. Called the Collection, the retail area is one of the biggest attractions in the mall. It is home to some hot luxury brands like Rolex, Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Canali and Paul Smith.

With its Triple Level Puzzle Parking system, the mall ensures comfortable parking for more than 1500 cars. What’s more, top firms such as Apple, Ernst & Young, Kawasaki, Citibank and Yahoo! also sit out of these blocks.

The mall also offers an 800-seater Amphitheatre, a Day Spa from Angsana as well as a fancy art gallery called Sublime Galleria.

We would recommend you to spend a great evening at UB City with some mouth-watering dishes. The open air food court lets you relish delicious cuisines of Caperberry for modern European dishes, Fava for mediterranean food, Farzi Cafe for fusion Indian, Sanchez for Mexican delights, and many more.

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Besdies shopping, there are high–end cafes around the street like Toscano, Cafe Noir, Sanchos, Smoke House Deli, The Bierre club, Skyee, Bootlegger, Shiro, Maharaja Bhog, Capeberry, Citybar restaurant, Fisherman’s wharf and Java City.

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