There are various markets and places in Namma Bangalore, waiting for you to come and shop until you drop. Check this list of markets for Diwali shopping in Bangalore to know where you can get what!
If you are confused about where to go to buy festive outfits, accessories, home decor, gift items, lights, and more for Diwali, then check what this piece has in store for you. We know you have many things on your list that you want to buy without burning a hole in your pocket, and that’s why we have created this list of local markets that are perfect for epic Diwali shopping in Bangalore.
1. Commercial Street
Head to this market for designer ethnic wear, Pashmina, home decor items, and much more. There are many stores that offer lehngas with detailed work, sarees, and home furnishing items. You can also buy floral decoration, art and craft pieces, gift items, and more. At Devenran Chowdary lane, you can buy some artsy silver jewellery as well as gold and imitation ones too. There are also many decorative household items at amazing prices for the occasion of Diwali.
2. Chickpet Market
One of the oldest markets in Bangalore, Chickpet market, is known for its variety of sarees. Right from opulent Kanjeevarams, Mysore silks to hussars, crepes, and chiffons, this market will make your inner diva very happy. Other than that, on BVK Iyengar Road, you will find many shops lined up selling lights during Diwali. Buy some fantastic chandeliers and fairy lights to add the needed vibe to your space.
3. Residency Road
Buy exquisite handicrafts, Hand-carved wood artifacts, traditional jewelry, brassware, and much more for your home this Diwali. Many government-run emporiums sell textiles from different states. If you are a fan of handicraft items, do not forget to check this one, and also, visit Utkalika emporium to get your hands on some elegant work from Orissa.
4. Malleswaram Market
This is another must-visit market in Bangalore that has an amazing mix of great restaurants and shopping lanes. Get your hands on junk jewelry, accessories, flowers, stylish kurtas, and salwars, sarees in a variety of fabrics – silks, cotton silks, cotton, polyester, and much more. Light your space and buy fairy lights and lanterns here from small little shops.
5. Jayanagar 4th Block
This market is a budget-friendly one and is always crowded with shoppers looking for garments and accessories. You will see the street vendors selling season-ready outfits, a great collection of footwear, funky jewellery, artwork, and pottery. There are also a few sweat shops available, along with stalls selling clay diyas and cosmetics.