Banjara Market is a well-known, one-stop-shop destination for decor enthusiasts.
It is run by banjaras (nomadic people) of Rajasthan. This is a Roadside market, located at Sec-56, Gurugram and is not at all fancy but the stuff you will find here is no different than any fancy home furnishing store in Delhi NCR.
I came across this market very recently on Instagram and wanted to visit there since then. And guess what, I visited there yesterday, without money. I forgot my wallet at home and I guess they say it right – “Whatever happens, happens for a reason”.
I would have spent A LOT if I had my wallet. In a way, I saved A LOT.
All the items here are so unique and economical that you would want to buy them all.
They have such a huge collection that you would easily take 2-3 hours to browse through every shop. The products sold here are mostly procured from Jodhpur and Jaipur.
Things you will find here:
- Antique Showpieces
- Vintage Candle Stands
- Huge Sized Vintage Mirrors
- Rustic Furniture
- Ceramic Pottery
- Vibrant Picture Frames
- Christmas Decor Items- cute little stars, bobs, and bits
- Wooden & Metal platters, bowls, lamps, fixtures, boxes, etc.
- Dining Sets
- Bar Counters
- Engraved Boxes
- Wall Hangings
- Copper, Brass, Aluminium, and Steel items
- Other quirky stuff
It depends on products of course but you can get things starting from Rs. 50 till Rs. 25000.
Address: IILM Institute, Sector 56, Near HP Petrol Pump, Gurugram, Haryana 122003
Nearest Metro Station: Sector 56, Rapid Metro
(Either take a rickshaw/auto from here or it’s 5 mins walk from here)
Timings: 9 am – 8 pm
Below is the direction map:
Who should visit here?
- Someone who just got a new house.
- Or someone who wish to redecorate their old house.
- Hostel, hotels, restaurant and cafe owners who wish to give an old and rustic look to their properties.
- Youtubers, to give an all-new look to their studios in the budget.
- Food Stylists
- Those who are into DIY & art and craft.
- Basically, everyone who wishes to purchases decor stuff at economical prices.
You can also get a few of the products customized and painted according to your requirements.
- Avoid going on a weekend as it’s a little crowded that time
- It will take a minimum of 2 hours to explore the market in detail. Don’t rush in purchasing anything. Explore well, then purchase.
- Double-check the product before you buy it. Especially furniture. There might be a dent or some other damage. In case you find any, the shopkeeper will repair it.
You can get a lot of Instagram and Pinterest worthy products from here and use them for styling.
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I am sure after watching the pictures, you must be feeling that sudden urge to visit Banjara Market and shop something.
Whenever you go, don’t forget to share whatever you have purchased.