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Markets in Bangalore

When it comes to shopping, Bangalore is considered as one of the top one among other metropolitan cities. Shoppers always hungry for new products and there are a good number of markets in Bangalore as a solution for this. Bangalore markets have books, clothes, handicrafts, electronics, accessories, jewellery and so on.

The markets in Bangalore considered as the best testing ground for the international brands debuting in the country. The reason to consider Bangalore as the first option for the international brands is mainly because of the comparative cheap rentals to set up a store besides its cosmopolitan nature.

KR Market in Bangalore

One of the significant wholesale markets in Bangalore is the K.R. Market, dealing with commodities. Sri Krishnarajendra Wodeyar, who was the major ruler of the earliest Mysore state, the market is called by his name. This market is located at the Krishnarajendra Road junction on the Mysore Road.

Flower market at KR Market in Bangalore


City Market is one of the oldest wholesale markets in Bangalore and is locally known as KR Market. City Market is located in the Chickpet area of the Bangalore city and tightly packed with a huge number of people, who are coming here to sell and buy almost everything from vegetables, fruits, dry fruits or flowers and anything one might need in their daily lives.

It would be a different experience among the Bangalore city which is busted with fancy food outlets and shopping malls.  The City Market also called as KR Market, named after the Mysore king Maharaj Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV. 

Electronic Market in Bangalore

Purchasing computer, laptop, electronic gadgets and accessories in Bangalore can be a real difficult task if one does not know the exact place to buy. Most people prefer to buy from two famous spots in Bangalore to get the good quality electronic goods at affordable price.

Computer-warehouse on M.G. Road is one of the major spots. One will get the value of products for their money here, though the discounts may be not there. They have their major showroom on the BDA Complex near to the Indira Nagar Police Station, the sub store on Malleshwaram Central.

Grey Market in Bangalore

Grey market in Bangalore

The market dealing with the mobile phones and accessories, the grey market also affected by the economic slowdown of the Bangalore. But the grey markets in the Bangalore are still active in the duplicate mobile phones, fake currency and cloned SIM cards.

Sunday Market in Bangalore

Sunday market in Bangalore starts from BVK Iyengar Road and ends till the KR Market Bridge. The market usually starts at seven-thirty and continues until dark. Sunday Market initiates with the cloth stalls. One can get many colorful jackets, blankets, kids' clothes and towels from here.

National Market in Bangalore

National Market, situated in the middle of the Bangalore city, has been extremely famous among the Bangalore shoppers. This market got everything one would like to catch during their shopping. 

This is a great place when it comes to purchase the electronic, accessories or home products and one can get great deals in this market.

Raja Market in Bangalore


Raja Market in Bangalore

Raja Market on avenue road would be the best place for someone who is looking for fashion or imitation jewels, if diamonds and gold have become more expensive. 

This market complex is very famous for its temple jewellery, Kundan sets, Rajasthani handmade jewellery, zircon and antique silver designs.

Johnson Market - Bangalore Street Food

Johnson Market has always visited by food lovers and many get the parceled food from here. The rush begins here from early morning to have a tea and till late night.

Food at Johnson Street in Bangalore


Vegetable Markets in Bangalore

Russell Market is a well known market in the Bangalore city. One of the oldest markets in the city built in the Indo-Sarcenic style with the imported steel girders and brick mortar. 

All kinds of vegetables and fruits can be available here, even the imported fruits. Californian Apple and Kiwi fruits are the most imported ones.

Flea Markets in Bangalore

This amazing street market expands across Cottonpet, Sultanpet, Chickpet, Avenue Road, A S Achar Street, Akkipet, parts of BVK Iyengar roads and Taragupet . One can find household appliances to apparels to software items to hardware tools, just about everything.

Tibetan Market in Bangalore

Tibetan market is mainly for trendy clothes and considered as a paradise for the shopper's. There are many shops with imported bags, clothes, shoes and accessories from Vietnam, Bangkok and other places across the border. 

One can hear the instrumental music from the Himalayan region from the entrance of this market along with the fragrant presence of incense sticks too.

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