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Ganjam as jewelers has become synonymous with unusually appealing designs. The purest form of gold and platinum is used to enhance the beauty of the precious stones and pearls. The craftsmanship is close to perfection and the patterns are ever-evolving, while the decor of this store matches up to its rich contents. The double-polished wood paneling with arched windows for wider display, play a vital role in attracting attention of passersby. This store on the Infantry Road is a flagship store, with another one located on the Airport Road.
A Government of India enterprise, 'Cauvery' Karnataka State Arts and Crafts Emporium is the place to buy what the state is known for. Mostly seen as a haunt for foreigners, looking to pick up a rustic souvenir or two, the place deals mostly with items carved from wood like rosewood and teak wood among others. Ornate prayer stands, elephants, carpets, and Channapatna toys are some popular choices with customers. Also available are idols of Gods and Goddesses, intricately designed but priced at rates where you have to really think over before buying. Outside the store, items such as handmade bags and bangles are also on sale but you may not get to bargain much. Cauvery is more tuned into the needs of overseas tourists as can be seen by the clientele who make their way here.
Mahatma Gandhi Road popularly known as the M. G. Road is the lifeline of Bengaluru city and is well connected to all the places within. Many prominent establishments and attractions like the Bible Society of India, Mahatma Gandhi Park, Cariappa Memorial Park and Field Marshal Maneckshaw Parade Grounds, all lie along this busy stretch of road. The M. G. Road bus stop is one of the busiest bus stops around. Named after the 'Father of the nation', there is at least one M. G. Road in most of the towns and cities in India. And Bengaluru is no exception to this popularly proven fact.
They believe in doing business without borders & have succeeded in the same as Sri Krishna sweets shop has its branches in various cities in India. They have been given awards for their vocational excellence, high standards and many more deserving reasons. A wide range of Indian especially South Indian sweets are sold here like Mysore Pak, Motichur ladoo and Mal Pua. Their sweets are made by using pure ghee since the time of its inception in 1948, traditional recipes are used but the manufacturing process is modernized. Sweet-lovers will relish their products. Refer website for more details.
While the city of Bengaluru offers a host of quality options when it comes to shopping, most of these are concentrated towards the heart of the city leaving little option for the people further away but to travel long distances. However, the Royal Meenakshi Mall is set to change all this. Located in the southern part of Bengaluru, this shopping destination provides a complete experience with a large number of stores to satisfy every need. For entertainment, the fairly large mall has multiplex as well as a sports bar with a myriad of options like a bowling alley and arcade. Food options are many from food stalls and cafes to sit-down restaurants all within the mall. Apart from this, they also have special activities for kids while their parents shop away. With regular events taking place, the Royal Meenakshi Mall manages to attract shoppers in droves and is one of the best malls in the region.
Mysore Saree Udyog is a wholesaler, retailer and manufacturer of silk. Through their retail outlet they also sell saris of chiffon, crepe etc. In the business since the 1930s, they have a built a reputation of trust and credibility in the city. Clientele includes many celebrities; further information is available on the website.