Markets in Mysore
When you are on a holiday to a place which you are not well versed with, there are certain things which would not take you long to decipher since they are that obvious. When you pass by an extremely crowded place with people bargaining for discounts, hawkers screaming on top of their voices, shops in such quantity that you are spoilt for choice and kids wailing since they are extremely bored, you won’t take long in figuring out that you are in a market!
Markets are one place of constant hustle and bustle in any city, town or village across the country. Whether it is shopping for household items, groceries, or any other item of luxury, you always make it a point to dash off to the nearest market and explore your choices. That is an added advantage of a market that it gives you plenty of options to choose from. There are plenty such markets in the city of
Mysore which give you that ultimate joy of shopping. Here are they:
Devaraja MarketAs you would have imagined above the image of a market being traditional, crowded and chaotic, the Devaraja Market is an ideal example of the above description. Located near the Dufferin Clock Tower along Sayyaji Rao Road at the KR Circle, the Devaraja Market has a rich history which spans over 100 years. There are various other entry points from within the market itself, but it would be ideal to enter from the main entrance so that you can walk the entire length of the place. The market has a large variety since it sells everything from Vegetables, groceries, clothes, cosmetics, fruits along with various other items of daily use which are sold in the shops present here. You can easily reach the market through an Auto Rickshaw.
Sayyaji Rao Rd, Shivarampet
Mysore, Karnataka 570001
Phone: 0821 283 1427
Cauvery Emporium in MysoreSince the advent of Machines, the handicrafts have diminished as an art. The initiative of protecting this art has been taken up by the Cauvery Emporium, which is an ideal market to by all sorts of handicraft items. Located at the busy Sayyaji Rao Road in Mysore City, the Cauvery Emporium is spread out all over the country. It has items available that are made out of Sandalwood, Rosewood, along with perfumes, woolens as well as Tibetan Carpets along with many other items. The Karnataka State Handicraft Development Corporation (KSHDC) has made its make with the brand name ‘Cauvery’ across the state. An exhibition or sale of all the handicrafts made under Cauvery is organized every year by the KSHDC in July.
Bangalore - Mysore Rd
Doora, Mysore, Karnataka 570010
Green Hotel Organic MarketLovers of Organic things, this is your place to be! But you better be on your toes since the Organic Market takes place at the Green Hotel every Sunday only between 10 AM and 1 PM. The products on sale are quite few and hence have the tendency to sell out like hot cakes. As a result, the visitors are advised to visit the place at the earliest possible notice.
Chittaranjan Palace, 2270 Vinoba Road
Mysore, Karnataka 570012
Phone: 0821 251 2536
Loyal World Super MarketLocated on the temple street in the Busy Vani Villas Mohalla is one of the leading Wholesale and Retail Markets in Mysore which is the Loyal World Super Market. A wide range of products of various brands are sold here at extremely affordable rates thereby giving you the variety to choose your brand. It enjoys good patronage from the local population as its clientele. They also have a few outlets scattered around the city, all under the brand name Loyal World.
Kuvempunagara North, Saraswathipuram
Mysore, Karnataka 570009
Phone: 0821 428 0957
Mall of MysoreThe Mall of Mysore is one of the largest and one of it’s kind in the city of Mysore. It has state of the art architecture along with well crafted designs that give it an international standard. The mall is located in an extremely posh area of the city of Mysore which is the new city airport. The mall is surrounded by the race course, the golf course as well as the Mysore Zoo. To add to the glitter, the Mall of Mysore also houses the luxurious Raddison Blu Hotel which is one of the biggest 5 star hotels in the country. The Hotel has 140 well furnished and well equipped rooms and also has Wi – Fi facilities thereby playing ideal hosts to the visitors. The mall also has the Chamundi Hills as its backdrop and is very dominant in the skyline of the city of Mysore. The mall also houses shops of famous brands like Puma, Metro, Vijaylakshmi Silks, BIBA, Peter England and others. There are also famous food joints that operate in the mall which include KFC, Dominos as well as an in house food court known as ‘Mysore Kadai.’ The Village Restaurants is a very popular; theme based, pure Vegetarian, Multi cuisine Restaurant.
C1, Indira Nagar Extension
Nazarabad Mohalla, MG Road
These are some of the ideal market places in the city of Mysore!
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