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« Reply #6 on: October 03, 2016, 01:47:24 AM »

6. Ravivari Bazaar, Ahmedabad



On the banks of the Sabarmati, you can hear vendors and customers bargaining all day long every Sunday. Almost 600 years old, Ravivari is known for a shopping experience at throwaway prices.

Also known as the Gujari Bazaar, they say you can buy anything from a needle to an age-old antique furniture piece here. One can find a bit of every household requirement here, from grandfather clocks to frames and coffee tables. Now, with parking facilities in place, shopping is so much easier.

Where: The market is located on the eastern banks of the river, near Ellis Bridge.

How to get there: It can be accessed by private vehicles using access streets leading from Ellis Bridge and Sardar Bridge.

Tip: Do not forget to bargain!

Open all day, only on Sundays.

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« Reply #7 on: October 03, 2016, 01:47:43 AM »

7. Bajirao Road, Pune



If your home is in need of a wardrobe or storage cabinet a bed or a dining table, Bajirao is your answer! With a wide variety and half the price as compared to brands, Bajirao Road is every Pune furniture shopper’s delight!

For those who like to design their own, they also have custom made furniture.

Where: Spanning across Puram Chowk and ending at Shaniwarwada Palace.

How to get there: You can reach Bajirao road or Puram Chowk by cab or private vehicle.
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« Reply #8 on: October 03, 2016, 01:48:00 AM »

8. Turbhe Market, Navi Mumbai



If you have just bought a new house and are looking to furnish it – Turbhe Market is your one-stop shop. You can find everything from plywood, marble, painting materials, wallpapers, tiles, hardware, kitchen appliances, storage units and wardrobes here! The best part? All this, at wholesale prices. Most retailers in Mumbai source their products from the Turbhe Market. So much so that even furniture giant IKEA is going to set up its first store in Mumbai at Turbhe!

A shopper’s destination for quality home décor, hardware and kitchen appliances, tiles and painting materials for houses are also found here at a wholesale rate.

Where: Near Turbhe Railway station

How to get here: Catch a harbor line train from Thane for Turbhe or go there by cab from Thane or Vashi
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« Reply #9 on: October 03, 2016, 01:48:21 AM »

9. Kirti Nagar Market, Delhi



Asia’s largest furniture market, it houses over 500 furniture wholesalers and retailers, interior design boutiques, kitchen and bathroom brands, and traditional furniture makers within its fold. There’s nothing you cannot buy, or better still, have them copy, to suit your budget. Offices, restaurants, commercial spaces, houses, bedrooms, kitchens – whatever the area, they have the furniture!

If you cannot find what you are looking for, furniture and home décor-wise in Kirti Nagar, then most likely it doesn’t exist! You can buy everything from sofa sets, dining tables, modular kitchens, cabinets, wardrobes, beds and couches, interior decorations and designer fittings to office furniture. Any design concept you may have finds a tangible shape in this Mecca of a market.

Where: In a part of Punjabi Bagh

How to reach: Get down at Kirti Nagar Metro station.

Tip: The market remains closed on Mondays.
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10. Amar Colony, Delhi



Amar Colony is famous for its eclectic furniture items and stocks an amazing variety at affordable prices. You can also ask the sellers to replicate furniture pieces on request. There are also varied antique furniture shops found here where you would surely be able to take home some prized possessions.

A market run by Sardarjis who live in nearby Lajpat Nagar IV, you'll also get a class on the differences between teak and sheesham.

You can find some amazing furniture pieces here, along with some perfectly usable second-hand items that people have thrown away. The shops here are spread over one particular street, interspersed between basements and the roadside. The good people here can also assist with a quick paint job or a fix-me-up.

Where: A suburb of Lajpat Nagar

How to get here: Get down at nearest metro station – Moolchand.
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« Reply #11 on: October 03, 2016, 01:49:17 AM »

11. Kitch Mandi, Bangalore



Kitsch Mandi is an art and design bazaar promoting new and upcoming designers in all creative fields. It is Bangalore's most vibrant home decor flea market. Bangaloreans are known for being the easy going people that they are. They can work, party and relax all in the same week, and this ease reflects in their lifestyle and their flea markets as well. This market is known for promoting the works of new and up-coming artisans, musicians and entrepreneurs. Sometimes you also get slightly damaged products from brands like Chumbak at half prices in special exhibitions held here. You’ll find an eclectic collection of home décor and furniture workshops, so the next time you get bored of the Commercial Street shopping sprees, you know where to head!

Where: Ramanna Maharishi palace grounds

Tip : You check out their Facebook page for all the details.

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