Shopping Malls in Kolkata



The tremendous hike in the number of shopping malls in Kolkata is the direct result of globalization. In its march towards the 'Global Village', the shopping malls are providing Kolkata with the gusto to move still further.

The shopping malls can be said to be the outcome of the class conscious citizens who prefers sophisticated environs for shopping. In fact, the mushrooming of the international brands in India, has also created the need of multifarious shopping malls to emerge.

Kolkata's first shopping mall - Forum, emerged amidst the bustle of the city. It stands at the heart of Elgin Road, and exhibits a wide range of accessories from clothing to foot-wear, crockery to books; the Forum shopping mall of Kolkata, West Bengal contains all and sundry of the household chores.

Other famous shopping malls in Kolkata including the retailers are:
  • Air Conditioned Market
  • Allen Solly
  • APG Shopping
  • Bazar Kolkata
  • Big Bazaar
  • Blackberrys
  • City Centre
  • Crossword Bookstore
  • Dakshinapan Shopping Complex
  • Emami Shopper's City
  • Forum
  • Gariahat Mall
  • Grasim Showroom
  • Hiland Park
  • Hoffmen
  • Lee
  • Levis
  • Metro Shopping Centre
  • Pantaloons
  • Pepe Jeans
  • Raymonds
  • Shoppers Stop, etc.
Now-a-days, with the growing trend of window shopping, the shopping malls always stay vibrant with many kinds of people pouring into the malls throughout the day. Children come to the shopping malls to enjoy - as the malls keeps the latest versions of the video-games, teenagers come here to keep abreast with the prevalent trend; whereas the adults come here to really shop for their necessities.

Being the major center of commerce, the shopping malls of Kolkata are the best place to study the crowd of a city or a town. Here we can find people trying different kinds of outfits in front of the mirror, or loitering throughout the mall in search of a favorite commodity. In the shopping malls, we find people from different backgrounds joining in for the same cause, viz. shopping!



Last Updated on 26 November 2012











     


     

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