Kolkata Watches and Jewellery

Talking about fashionable accessories, one cannot over look watches and jewellery in Kolkata. Watches and jewellery have become an inevitable part of styling or decking up, as we call it; and Kolkata being the ever growing hub of the fashion industry, could not undermine the importance of watches and jewellery.

With the reimbursement of the fashion industry, the watch and the jewellery industry has also seen a considerable hike. Everywhere in the city, we find watch and jewellery shops opening up every now and then. This hike in the watch and jewellery shop is not only due to the effect of reimbursement in the fashion industry, but due to some age-old traditions in India.

In India, we celebrate "Dhanteras", a festival in which it is mandatory for the Indians to wear gold ornaments. Thus, before this festival, we find people throughout India going out for shopping. They buy jewellery and watches made of gold or silver.

Moreover, apparel and fashion industry has the reputation of being instrumental in increasing the economy of a country, and the jewellery and watches industry, being an indispensable part of the industry, is also working tremendously towards this effect.

Among the famous showrooms dealing in watches and jewellery in Kolkata which contribute towards uplifting the economy of the state are:

  • P.C. Chandra Jewellers
  • The Senco Jewellry Palace
  • Sen Gold Emporium
  • Mahabir Danwar Jewellers (P) Limited
  • World of Titan
  • New Standard Watch Company
  • Pantaloons
  • Shopper's Stop
  • Westside
  • Anjali Jewellers
  • Anglo-Swiss Watch Company
  • B.Basak and Sons
  • B.Sirkar and Sons
  • Benud Bihari Dutta
  • Bengal Watch Company
  • Chandrani Pearls
  • World of Titan
  • Time Zone, etc.
Therefore, we can say that jewellery and watches form the basis of fashion in India, especially in Kolkata, where people buy ornaments for their prosperity more than anything else!

Last Updated on 09/2/2013



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