If you are planning for Diwali shopping in Pune, here is your guide to the essential items that you must have a look at. So, get ready to read and shop with us!
With Diwali being ready to let us have fun, you must be ready too! How? Well, with a good shopping list in your hand and things that you need this Diwali. From clothes, and diyas to gifts, there must be a lot of things that you need to buy; hence, here we help you out with this guide to Diwali shopping in Pune! Don’t waste a second and check this out!
The first and foremost important things to buy on Diwali are colourful lights and diyas. And if you are wondering where to buy these from, head straight to the Tulsibaug market to get some painted diyas in vibrant colours that are also decorated with zari, sequins and studs. You can also check out Torans and wall-hangings here along with metal diyas. Moreover, give places like Kumbharwada and Laxmi road a chance too!
2. Lights and decorations
Home decor becomes essential during Diwali after we clean our homes. For this, visit Budhwar Peth, which might be a congested place but will offer you not less than 60 shops dealing with lights and decorations. Step into Tapkir Galli for a good collection, and you will get all you want. You will also find chandeliers, antique lanterns, and crystal wall lights here. Moreover, visit J.P DeMello and Address Home for the best of decor items.
3. Puja Essentials
If you also have a traditional puja at home on Diwali, you must go to Hadapsar for puja thalis, statues of goddess Laxmi and Lord Ganesha, and other items for rituals. You can also visit the wholesale flower market in Gultekdi Market, where you get varieties of flowers for puja and use it on rangolis.
4. Rangoli colours
Want to win the Rangoli competition in your neighborhood? Well, go to Laxmi Road for the best rangoli colours. The market here has a variety of not only colours but other essentials to be used with the Rangoli. You can also visit Tulsibaug market for Rangoli stamps, stickers that help you make rangoli easily.
We can compromise with everything but our outfits on Diwali! If you think the same, spare some extra time for shopping for your clothes and visit markets like fashion street for kinds of trendy outfits in a dirt cheap prices, Bajirao road for classy suits and kurtas. If you are looking forward to wearing a saree, you must visit Laxmi Road for Paithani Sarees, silk sarees, designer sarees, etc. In addition, the lanes of Koregaon Park also allow you to visit shops dealing with fancy clothes, western and Indo-western clothes if you want something fashionable!
Jewellery is essential for Diwali, and you must be ready to get some complementing jewellery as per your outfits. Start with Tulsibaugh street market, where you will get a variety of ethnic jhumkas, bracelets, anklets, rings, necklaces, bangles, bindis, hair accessories, and much more. Additionally, Sai Jewellery and Maharaja Jewellers in Camp market, along with Laxmi Lane, must be checked out for authentic jewellery. Those looking for junk jewellery can head to shops in Koregaon Park, Hong Kong Lane, and Juna Bazaar.
7. Bags and other accessories
To mix your clothes with perfect bags is a challenge, but there are many markets in Pune that solves the problem. Make a list and pay a visit to Hong Kong lane for bags, caps, and watches. Further, Fashion Street also has multiple stalls dealing with accessories. Not to be missed is the popular MG market of Pune that offers amazing accessories to match your dresses.
Alongside other markets in Pune, Fergusson College Road should be visited for an end number of footwear options. There are many who love to go for embroidered shoes, slippers, and sandals on Diwali and if you are one of them, visit Clover Centre on M.G. Road, and we are sure you will be amazed by the beautiful collection! You can also complete your look with the perfect footwear from the Tulsibaugh street market at affordable prices.