Shopping in Bangalore has always been a mind-blowing experience in terms of its uniqueness when compared to other cities in India. You can find wide range of shopping markets, malls and silk road economic belt countries in Bangalore. The very favorite place for shopping freaks in Bangalore is MG Road and Brigade road, which is perpendicular to each other. MG Road stands out in terms of its crowd, the variety and of course for numerous shopping options.
It was once known as South Parade. After independence, on 26th January 1948 it was renamed as Mahatma Gandhi Road. M.G. road is lined on one side with upscale stores and restaurants and also is the busiest roads in Bangalore. On Saturdays and Sundays, youngsters love to spend their time here.
The Shopping experience can start with as little as Rs.5 stuff to as costly as hundreds of thousands stuff. In short, MG Road offers a wide variety of things, which are affordable to all classes of the society. It’s mainly famous among the youth of India. They enjoy their weekdays and weekends in town’s most happening place.
Here you can find wide range of branded stores like Lee, Van Heusen, Louis Philippe, etc. Besides branded stuffs, you can also get brass-ware, antique jewelry, printed fabrics, trendy shoes, Sarees, etc.
“Deepam-Silks”, “Prasiddhi” and “Cauvery Silk” Emporium – All types of Silk Sarees from south India can be found here.
A shopping mall having music shops, men and women’s clothing. It has a Supermarket, a beauty parlor, gaming centers, Disco, a Food joint, jewelry shops and shoe stores.
M.G. Road is a perfect hangout place for teenagers and adults. Restaurants, Fashion Flash, Lanes for bowling and Pool tables everything else is available under one roof.
Planet M – All range of DVD’s and CD’s from old to new release, Rhymes for children and educational CD’s are available here. For music and movie lovers this is the final destination for their search.
Gangaram and Higgin Botham store – Here you can get all types of books, novels, history, biography, etc.
Joy Allukkas store – The one stop shop for all types of gold and antique jewelry.
Panchavati’s Heirlooms store – Those who are looking out for cotton fabrics, this is the best among the best.
Natesan’s Antiqarts store – If you are an artist and likes to collect antique art pieces, this is one you are looking out for.
Other than these you can also shop at Jharokha, Kairali, Central Cottage Industries Emporia and Cauvery Arts Emporium.