Open Time : 6:00 am to 9:00 pm
Entry : free
Address : Gandhi Bazaar, Basavanagudi, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
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Why to visit Gandhi Bazaar
One of the oldest and most well-known bazaars in the city is the Gandhi Bazaar. This bustling market area is located near Basavanagudi, and is well-known for its vegetables, clothing, souvenirs, flowers, and traditional religious artefacts.
Many residents of the entire city frequent this store to get fresh Indian spices including turmeric, chilli powder, and various regional masalas.
When there are festivals, this location is a visual delight. While you're here, be sure to sample some of the best street cuisine around.
Things to buy: Traditional religious items, Puja Items, Groceries, spices & condiments, vegetables, clothes, and trinkets.
- Vidyabharti Bhavan (47 m)
- Lalbagh Botanical Garden (1.2 km)
- Sri Dodda Ganapathi Temple (800 m)
- Kote Sri Venkataramana Swami Gudi (1.9 km)
- Udupi Sri Krishna Bhavan (11 m)
- Gokul Veg (150 m)
- Maha Lakshmi Tiffin Room (170 m)
- Kollapuri's Non Veg (130 m)
FAQ on Gandhi Bazaar
What can I buy in Bangalore's Gandhi Bazaar?
At Gandhi Bazaar Bangalore, you may purchase pooja materials, clothing, condiments, faux jewellery, bangles, flowers, and plastic goods, among other things.
How to reach Gandhi Bazaar?
The distance from Bangalore's city centre to Gandhi Bazaar is 6.2 kilometres via NH 275. It is accessible via any mode of transportation.
What are the nearby attractions close to Gandhi Bazaar?
The nearby attractions include: Vidyabharti Bhavan (47 m), Lalbagh Botanical Garden (1.2 km), and Sri Dodda Ganapathi Temple (800 m).
What are the nearby restaurants close to Gandhi Bazaar?
The nearby restaurants include: Udupi Sri Krishna Bhavan (11 m), Gokul Veg (150 m), and Maha Lakshmi Tiffin Room (170 m).
At Gandhi Bazaar, are online payments accepted?
It is best to carry cash with you because some stores allow online payments, but some do not.
I strongly advise you to go to this market on festive days when it is absolutely lit and you can see it in all of its splendour.
By Mehrosh Shamim