Diwali is around and definitely with all the happiness of Diwali comes a big hole in our pocket with all the stuff we shop. Diwali shopping doesn’t stop at just buying new clothes; list goes on from personal accessories to home décor, games to gifts and so on.

Pune is a place where there are residents from all strata of the society and whatever strata they belong, everyone thinks to buy best possible at reasonable price.

Here is our guide for 6 pocket friendly shopping places in Pune.

Most popular places for shopping in Pune are Laxmi Road and Tulsi bagh.  These two places are like one stop solution for all your shopping needs. But these places are pretty crowded and you need to spare whole day for shopping. Including above top places to shop we have added few more places which are very pocket friendly and you will enjoy shopping  here.

 

  1. FC road

Ferguson College road which was once famous for glam shops and very few street shops. It is now turned into best street shopping area. You can bargain and get good stuff right from clothes to accessories. In case you wish to buy branded gift, you can find those shops at one pit stop.

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  1. Fashion Street

As name suggests fashion street is another shopping destination for all your fashion needs. As well you can find good shops for lanterns and decorations.

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  1. HongKong Lane

HongKong lane is very small lane and yet is high on fashion accessories quotient. Fashion accessories are catchy and trendy in HongKong lane. You can bargain a lot and get good quality stuff for your Diwali need. You can find few electronic shops for lights and more.

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  1. Tulsi Bagh

Tulsi bagh is shopping hub of Pune especially for women. You can find one and all things you need, right from clothes, accessories, footwear. Tulsi bagh also serves you with home décor items and decoratives. Do enjoy Kavre Ice-cream counter to relax and continue shopping.

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  1. Laxmi Road

Laxmi road is one of the oldest streets of Pune and has many lanes, which serves with best items for season. You can buy from shops as well as from street. You have amazing shops for men’s wear and women’s sarees too. You can also find designer lanterns here.

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  1. Ravivar Peth

Heart of Pune is made with peths, these are areas which are oldest in city which were defined as per weekdays. Ravivar peth is wholesale hub, which is also open for local people and you can get stuff in wholesale rate.

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Have a very happy Diwali shopping! We received many mails and queries asking pocket friendly place to shop in other cities. Please check out shopping places in different cities below

 

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