Diwali 2019 | Best 'bazaars' In Chennai For A Perfect Shopping Spree


Diwali is only a week away and Chennai has many bustling markets to start your preparations. These market offer a variety of options for the buyers. Details.

Written By Aditi Sharma | Mumbai | Updated On:

Shopping is indeed something both men and women enjoy. The best thing about shopping would be having good items at cheap prices. Chennai is one of those destinations to explore. Apart from exploring Marina beach, Chennai also accounts for one of the best local markets in India. Here are the best picks of places to visit in Chennai.

Pondy Bazaar

The famous bazaar of the distinguished city, Pondy bazaar, is for people looking for trendy clothes, footwear, mobile phones, and accessories. The vividness of the market is amazing and is evidently visible through street vendors selling their products right under the sun. There are a number of delectable restaurants that provide amazing South Indian cuisine to make your shopping, a good experience.

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T.Nagar is a short form for Thyagaraya Nagara. The most important hub for shopping in the city provides you with the cheapest items to shop. It is famous for the collection of sari stores and gold jewellery. Also, there are many other places that tourists can visit here like restaurants, movie theatres, etc.

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Ritchie Street

It is a shopping hub for electronic goods, mostly visited by the locals. The market can be a steal for buying electronic goods without warranty. However, to avoid being duped by the sellers, it is best to visit the place with locals else you will be fleeced.

Panagal Park

The market is located in Usman Nagar. It is best known for its collection of jewellry and sari shops. This market lures a lot of tourists as it is near to Panagal Park. The market also accounts for trendy cotton clothes. It would be a great shopping experience for the people who visit here.

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Ranganathan Street

Very few markets or shopping places in the country can match the length of Ranganathan Street. It is a narrow historic lane with some of the biggest retail emporiums in India such as Sarvana stores and Nalli. The Ranganathan street is most famous for Kanchivaram silk sarees and gold jewellery. This place is an ideal shopping destination for kids and elderly, alike.

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