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Shopping in Pune

The bylanes of Pune await you

Mumbai’s Fashion Street is a long street of different types of sellers trying to attract customers to buy their trending clothes. Pune’s Fashion Street is more or less similar. In terms of clothes, accessories, shoes, trinkets and other things, Fashion Street is known for being in tandem with the latest trends. From the bell bottom pants to the skinny jeans and shirts with quotes, an eager shopper will find what they are looking for.

Almost every city has a market that specifically deals in merchandise imported from abroad. One such famous market of Pune is the HongKong Lane. Since most of the clothes available here are imported from the Asian countries bordering India, you are likely to find cheaper alternatives to every branded material. For people interested in exploring the places where funky clothes and ensembles are sold in plenty, HongKong Lane should be on your list when you visit Pune.

While the Fashion Street, HongKong Lane and the Ferguson College Road cater to the youth looking for western clothes, Laxmi Road is another shopping haunt known for readymade garments. Think suits and sarees of every possible pattern and colour and you will enjoy meandering through the streets of Laxmi Road. This arena of shopping street starts at Alka Talkies Squares and comes to a halt near the Cantonment Area. From Salwar-kameez to sarees in different cloth material, this place is ideal for people who want to shop for weddings or are interested in adding gorgeous pieces to their ethnic collection.

Moving on from the streets famous for clothes, Pune has shopping areas like the Bajirao and June Bazar for other materials. If your home is in a dire need of renovation and you are looking to add artsy furniture to your decor, Bajirao Road should be a stop on your places to visit. If lugging around the furniture is not your problem, splurge on good pieces of furniture here instead of spending too much at a branded retail shop. In case you do decide to give this place a try, it spans across Puram Chowk and ends at the Shaniwarwada Palace.

Even after so many options, if you are confused as to what you want to shop for, the Juna Bazar or Old Market is the answer. From fancy delicate and intricate pieces of jewellery to hardware material, this market provides myriad options for a clueless traveller. A coin collector will definitely find distinct pieces for their collection in this market. Keep your eyes open when you are exploring this quaint market known for its old world charm.

So, whoever said Pune has no place to shop clearly didn’t know what they were talking about. Leave behind the brands and retail shops of the malls and tread through the unknown lanes of the shopping streets of Pune for some amazing goods and an Indian shopping experience.

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