Watch: Mangal Bazaars Are Better Than Shopping Complexes: We LivED It!

Disclaimer: Originally published in May 2019. It is being republished since it still remains an interesting topic till today. 

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Som Bazaar, Mangal Bazaar, Budh Bazaar…

We have heard people say it. And I am sure you would have been there at least once in your life. For children, it is more of a weekend getaway, but adults have to hassle and bargain their way through with whatever is available there.

We did a tour of one of these weekly markets. Here you go:

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The fact that you can get durable products at cheap costs is one of the biggest reasons which attracts a lot of people.

But, the mehs are always there:

To look for a good product without any defects, you have to peer carefully at whatever you are buying. It so happens that the clothes they are selling will have dust accumulated on them, or there will be faulty printing.

If you have that kind of time where you can leisurely go through everything, I suggest that weekly pop-up markets are the best option.

Another thing – essential household items are in proximity to each other. So you don’t have to hunt for those essentials like clothes, doormats, buckets, etc.

All in all, I think that the weekly market is worth your time.

If I had to rate it, I’ll give it a 3/5 solely for the convenience and diversity of products.

Image Credits: Google Image

Source: Blogger’s own opinion

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