Shopping Places in Kalbadevi



Located north of the Crawford Market in Mumbai, Kalbadevi is a crowded area with a Muslim dominated population. The untidy lanes with regular hustle bustle of the place is not the main point of discussion but the vibrant, down to earth way of life; should be the talking point. The area is the home to several popular markets like the Zaveri Bazaar, Mangaldas Market and the Chor Bazaar.

The Chor Bazaar is a rare market which deals in antiques, used products, duplicate items and assorted junk. The market has different area dealing with typical products. The Mutton Street in Chor Bazaar specializes in antiques and ingenious reproductions of popular brands. The Dhabu Street has a market which deals with leather goods only. The Zaveri bazaar is another exciting market, which deals in jewelery. Starting from imitations to ornaments made of gold, silver and precious stones; Zaveri Bazaar has everything in its store. Jeweleries with latest trends and designs are available in the numerous shops. The Mangal Das Market is an integral part of the fashion capital of India, which deals in all type of clothes and garments. Other important areas near Kalbadevi are Bhuleshwar, Thakurdwar and Girgaum.

Apart from the Bazaars, the Kalbadevi area boasts of several places of tourism interest. The Chowpatty beach, Hanging gardens, Mumbadevi temple the all time favorite Marine Drive are some of the main attractions.

Kalbadevi is well connected with trains, as the the nearest railway station is only four kilometers away from the place. The Chatrapati Shivaji Bus Terminus is also very close.



Last Updated on 28 May 2013





     


     

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