Residency Hotel Andheri

213/1 Suren Rd, Gundavali, Andheri (E), Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400 093, India
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Clothing markets

by mechi

Hello,

Could anyone tell me which are the best clothing marketes or wholesale markets in Mumbai, Is there a Garment District?
Thank you very much!
MP

Re: Clothing markets

by mumbaimem

Mangal Das is the wholesale cloth market - an incredible variety at good prices but you have to bargain ! Fashion Street is good for very cheap clothes.

Re: Clothing markets

by Deepesh_David

Try Bandra Linking road.Its a great place to buy stylist Clothing for women at a great bargains.

Re: Clothing markets

by Deepesh_David

http://z.about.com/d/goindia/1/0/4/4/-/-/linkingroad.JPG

see the picture.
Its the Bandra Linking Road

Re: Clothing markets

by mechi

Thank very much for your answers & help !!!
I'll tell you when I returned!

Best Wishes,

Mechi

Re: Clothing markets

by Donna_in_India

Be sure to check the quality (seams, stitching, buttons). Some stuff doesn't last long and some are seconds/rejects. Local markets are the best places for cheaper clothing - places where there are alot of foreigners (Colaba Causeway for example) are where the prices will be higher and you'll have to bargain harder! (In Bandra start at 25% of the asking price and try not to go higher than 50%. Another trick is to listen to what price is quoted to a local so you have an idea of the cost.) Check out Dadar - it's a good place for good inexpensive clothes.

If you buy anything - especially something with color be sure to wash it separately in cold water first (the colors will run!) - or add some salt or vinegar to the rinse cycle first time you wash. Don't soak them, colors will dilute.

Re: Clothing markets

by nimmysnv

Hi,
I think mangal das is good for wholesale cloth and yes i have heard about bandra linking road ,good for stylish women cloths.
thanks!
http://www.china-guides.com/chinaMapPack.asp?sid=2

Re: Clothing markets

by DHARMESH.NANDU

YES DADAR IS THE WHOLESALE MARKET for readymade garments.
I HAVE MY SHOP HERE OF WHOLESALE GARMENTS.
IF ANYONE WANTS ANY INFO FROM HERE.
U CAN EMAIL ME AT dharmesh.nandu@hotmail.com

Travel Tips for Mumbai

Bombaiyya - the local Mumbai language

by rjogadiya


Interestingly, the very unique city has a language of its own, which is not very Hindi or Marathi or even English but a slight mixture of all the 3, which was popularised by none other than the Bollywood Badshah Mr.Amitabh Bachhan.

Itz sort of similar to the Gangsta rap guys in the west..

Suffer The Little Children

by keeweechic

Sadly it is the children that tug at the heart strings. They are brought up in these conditions not knowing any different. They are taught to beg at the sight of a foreigner and think this is acceptable. It is very difficult while looking at these poor little souls to say no, but offering anything often doesn’t help and also you can land yourself in all kinds of trouble with more children coming out of the cracks for the same. How mothers manage to feed their babies and little ones is beyond me. While they all seem to be clothed, the clothing is often filthy and tattered. There are plans to try and get more of these children into the education system.

Dance

by venteeocho

The legacy of dance in India is tremendous. On temple walls, on an urban stage, in impromptu outbursts by a mellow evening fire, men and women twinkle their toes in expressions of joy.

The classical dances of India are numerous. Characterised by stylised movements and elaborate costumes, these dances communicate age-old tales of love, longing and rage. As in most things in India, myth and legend find expression here too, as the epic tales of Ramayana and the Mahabharata are brought to life in nritya.

Kathak of Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan, Kathakali and Mohiniattam of Kerala, Bharatnatyam of Tamil Nadu, Kuchipudi of Andhra Pradesh, Manipuri from Manipur and Odissi from Orissa are the prominent classical dance forms in this country that sways to an altogether novel beat. The robust bhangra of Punjabi men, the graceful whirling of Rajasthani women, the gentle sway of northeastern dancers, vigorous tribal dances - every corner has developed its own unique form.

Packing List

by Ramonq

Bring toilet paper with you when you're going around town! Most public toilets are dirty and don't provide toilet paper. Better still go to some of the 5 star hotels and use their toilets there, if you could scam it.

The Landing

by keeweechic

You arrive at Elephanta island and climb a few stairs to a small landing with an entrance and ticket booth. You can either walk the distance of the pier (some 45 metres) or take the little train to the other end for just around 6 rupee.

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Address: 213/1 Suren Rd, Gundavali, Andheri (E), Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400 093, India