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Other Markets

About Other Markets

Kolkata Shopping Guide: Other Markets A small peep into Kolkata reveals its exciting...Read More

Best Shops In Other Markets


Established in the year 2005, Simaaya is one of the pioneers in the marketing and sales of luxury women’s wear dresses in Kolkata. This is an exquisite boutique which brings more than 10 designers under one roof. This designer wear store in Kolkata is a different kind of store where you can find a wonderful selection of fine clothing and accessories. It stocks an exclusive collection of some of India’s renowned fashion designers like Harpreet Narula, Neela Bhargava, Rohit Bal, Soumya Anupam, Paras and Shalini, Sayisha and several others.This Kolkata shop for bridal wear dresses stocks lehengas as well as salwar suits and sarees ,in addition to jackets, skirts, and indo western dresses . All the dresses & garments are designed by in house designers. Simaaya is the ‘go to’ shop for luxury bridal wear & high fashion dresses in Kolkata . The assistants in the store help to customize your purchases and have them delivered to your home. Once you have finally decided on a beautiful wedding dress or a party wear dress , all you need to do is to accessorize it well to get the finishing touches. Simayya has a selective range of accessories such as costume jewellery , bags & shoes . Simayya has very high name recall among the elite of Kolkata. The prices befit the designers but if you would like to explore and look different, then do visit this bridal wear store in Kolkata and experience luxury and aesthetics.
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About Other Markets

Kolkata Shopping Guide: Other Markets

A small peep into Kolkata reveals its exciting shopping scenario. The city is also famous for its Howrah bridge, the popular electric tram, Kalighat Kali Temple and the roadside food kiosks. We have already shared extensive reviews with you on popular Kolkata markets such as New Market, Russel Street, Park Street, Gariahat/Triangular Park/Rashbehari Avenue, and Dakshinapan Shopping Centre. Let’s find out what other markets in Kolkata are famous for!

The markets in Kolkata offers its visitors a great deal of ethnic and international apparel stores. Also, these markets have redefined fashion with their homegrown designer stores, as well as handicraft and jewelry shops.

What To Buy: Other Markets In Kolkata

Catering to a wide range of budgets, these shopping markets stock designer Indian wear. These markets are also popular for Lal Paal cotton sarees, Banarasi sarees, and Tussar sarees. There is no dearth of terracota art, and gold and artificial jewelry either.

Darbari Boutique, for instance, is a leading manufacturer and exporter of garments such as saris, salwar suits and dupattas. Palki Boutique is loved for its diverse range of fancy designer sarees, lehengas and salwar suits. Offering contemporary and trendy designs, Kripalani & Sons is popular for creating diamond encrusted gold jewelry.

Check out Mourya Boutique, an exclusive saree boutique shop, for its classy designer sarees. These are available in a very affordable range. One has the option to get custom made sarees with traditional fabrics. Take your pick from silk, tussar, mulmul and khadi, with ethnic Indian designs.

Your visit to Kolkata is surely incomplete without heading over to Meera Basu and picks up an exclusive saree. The shop is more of a trendsetter for designer sarees in Kolkata since the late 70s.

If you find a city bustling with political energy, interesting museums, historic buildings, die-hard football fans and a host of cultural attractions, it definitely has to be the “City of Joy”.

Other Markets

New Market / Hogg Market

  • New Market has the honor of being Kolkata’s oldest and most well known market. It was built by the British in 1874 and started off as the Sir Stuart Hogg Market, named in honor of the then Commissioner. It is still often fondly referred to as Hogg’s Market. Identified by its landmark clock tower and the sprawling maze of nearly 2000 stalls below one roof, it offers everything from apparel, jewelry, food, handicrafts, and everything else. In its early days, New Market had a distinctly upper class British aura about it, but over a period of time, it has evolved into a market for the common man. It is crowded and chaotic, bustling with shoppers and sellers bargaining for deals at all times. Stalls are grouped according to the type of goods they sell. However, finding your way around can still be a navigational nightmare. If you are wanting to buy special products in the market, you should not pass up the services of one of the many guides (known as coolies) that congregate around the market entrances. They live and breathe the market, and can effortlessly lead you to the best goods for the best price. Vegetarians are well advised to avoid the slaughterhouse in the meat section, in the division between New Market’s east and west wings. Although New Market is only open until 8pm, the surrounding area comes alive, after the stalls have closed, under the glow of lights with people eating, drinking chai (tea), and chatting. It is well worth hanging around to soak up the atmosphere. Another attraction is the famous Nahoum’s, the Jewish confectioner. Nahoum’s in New Market holds a special place in Kolkata confectionery. Founded in 1902, Nahoum’s moved to its present location in the New Market in 1916. The original owner’s grandson, David Nahoum, runs it today. It is one of the oldest and premier confectionaries in the country. Adjacent to it is the Chhamba Lama, an ethnic Tibetan shop selling variety of items like jewelry and artifacts.
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