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iXiGOers Dec 09 2012

Which are the popular places for shopping in Hyderabad?

Reet Cheema DEC 10 2012
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Hyderabad shopping markets are a must-visit when here on a vacation! With lots and lots of high-end malls and budget stalls thrown in for the ultimate experience, shopping in Hyderabad is a treat for all. So, snazz up with elegance or style up a street-chic look and walk down Hyderabad’s street. Did people just turn their head? O yes, they did. They are looking at you!

Char Minar Market (by mpov)

  • Malls

    Please don’t get lost! Yes, some of the shopping malls in Hyderabad are big, with numerous stores, from household appliances to clothes and jewellery- name anything and you will get it right in one of the malls. Go to MPM Mall or to Inorbit Mall when you want to go shopping in Hyderabad. Just make sure you make a shopping list first. There is a big chance that you will be tempted to spend more than you actually wanted to. And you will never get tired of shopping in these malls as apart from stores, you will also find restaurants, coffee shops as well as movie theatres. Some of the popular malls are as given below.

    MPM Mall

    Address: 4-1-833, Palace Talkies Compound, Abids, Hyderabad 500001, Andhra Pradesh

    Inorbit Mall

    Address: APIIC Software Layout, Opposite Durgam Cheruvu, Mindspace, Madhapur, Hyderabad 500081, Andhra Pradesh

    Lifestyle

    Address: 6-3-1192, Begumpet Main Road, Kundan Bagh, Begumpet, Hyderabad 500016, Andhra Pradesh

  • Laad Bazaar

    Hyderabad shopping markets
    are famous for jewellery, especially Laad Bazaar. Glitters and sparkles and everything nice--this is Laad Bazaar in the most simple terms. In a country where every girl and woman adorns her wrists with colourful bangles, aren’t you tempted to buy some for yourself? Laad bazaar will fulfil your dream with its numerous stores selling lacquer bangles. If bangles are making you go for earrings, necklace and bracelets, choose from the semi-precious stones studded ones or from the pearls encrusted ones. Comparatively cheaper than upscale stores, you can also buy khara dupattas, embroidered with zardozi works or the famous natural attar perfumes, test some and it will linger on to your body the whole day.

    Red Glass Bangles at Sultan Bazaar (by meenakshi madhavan)

  • Abids Street

    The bazars of Hyderabad are famous for traditional artefacts. A major commercial hub of the city, Abids Street as it is known has a collection of numerous stores and shops that cater from jewellery to clothes to traditional crafts. Visit the famous Meena Bazaar, no its not the one in Delhi and its not a market, a store which is known all over Hyderabad for its traditional Indian wear. Though you will also get Western wear here, the ethnic wear gets the focus in this store. From ethnic to modern, you will find it all in Abids Street as gadgets and electronic items, including the ever-loved cell-phones, are sold in the Jagdish Market. Apart from these, you will find Big Bazaar, Pegasus Mall and the Brand Factory, among others. So, go and have a full-on shopping!

    Infinite Bangles (by Debajyoti Das)


  • Mozzam Jahi Market


    Mozzam Jahi Market (from official Facebook page)

    Originally famous as a fruit market, Mozzam Jahi Market has now become a popular destination for not just fruits, but also sweets, groceries, fresh flowers, pottery products and even arms and ammunitions. It is a wholesale market for hookahs and ittar--traditional Nizam era items. The market is a true reflection of the Nizam's penchant for grandeur. Don't leave without trying the dilkhush and fruit biscuits at Karachi Bakery.

  • Koti Sultan Bazar

    If you are looking for latest fashion in women's wear or are a silver-junkie, then wander no more! Sultan Bazar is one of the oldest shopping areas of Hyderabad and dates back as far as 200 years. During the British Raj, this market was known as Residency Market. A trip to the Hyderabad shopping markets is incomplete without a visit to Koti Sultan Bazar.

Old City (by Jordi Bernabeu Farrus)

With this list of Hyderabad shopping markets, all you need is a shopping list. And if you haven’t made one or if you are planning not to make it, go for an impromptu shopping spree in Hyderabad. Sometimes, the best memories are of those which happen without any plan!

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Going for shopping in the latest malls is definitley a thrill but shoppping in Hyderabad has a different in the old lanes and the markets of the city.  Even today these markets cater to people who enjoy shopping.  Some of them are :

1.  Kothi/ Sultan Bazar

2.  Begum Bazaar - its known for the women and their needs and one can find everything from safety pins to automobile engines.

3.  Mozamzahi Market - here one can find almost everything related to house hold and kitchen ware to brass ware

4.  Pot Market in Secunderabad is very famous for artificial and real jewellery and lots of vegetables and the cloth market

5.  Dilsukhnagar - is the latest which is also known as the second hyderabad

6.  Gowliguda - for wedding cards

7.  M.G.Road for - all construction and electrical items and industiral accessories too

8.  Ameerpet Junction - one can find almost all kinds of silk sarees and cloth showroom with a very wide range of varieties

9.  For sweets - one can go to Joshi Stores in Koti - Pulla Reddy in Abids and Sri Krishna in Ameerpet

 

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Hyderabad Central, Inorbit Mall, GVK One, City Centre are quite good and decent malls

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Salony Burnwal Sep 01 2014
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For sweets try Emarald Sweet Shop,its one of the pure Milk and Pure Ghee products.The sweets are like ammmmmmmmmmm....too great !!!
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