Burrra Bazar

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Burrra Bazar
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Soumyajit Saha
Kolkata (Calcutta), India399 contributions
Burra Bazar
Oct 2019 • Solo
Burra Bazar is a shoping area. It has many shops in the market and many can buy different items from this place.
Written March 2, 2020
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Chunga
Aizawl, India31 contributions
You need local friend to enjoy it!
Feb 2019 • Family
It's a typical crowded market. If you have a local friend or may be any one from your hotel to accompany you, you may have a more enjoyable shopping spree. From imported ointment made of jenseng that is very good for arthritis for your parents, local made turmeric powder probably one of the best for your home, local handmade silk shawls and to the food vendor for tasting local cuisine like sanpyiau (Rice soup), and rice noodles they are located at some unexpected corners.
Written February 7, 2019
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SanjayBhagwat
Pune, India63 contributions
Nothing special
Mar 2018
We were looking for local bamboo handicraft and handloom shop. Surprisingly, we did not see any such shops except 1. Rest of the shops were offering cloths and jackets. Nothing was different than what you can get in any city.
Written March 24, 2018
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Sanjith T
237 contributions
Hustle bustle till 6
Mar 2018 • Friends
So i like this place, alot of brands, as well as local sales goin on here. You will find things here which you wont find anywhere in india. My only issue is shops start closing down by 6. If you happen to go by 8, everything will be shut!!
Written March 16, 2018
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Renny V
Mumbai34 contributions
Crowded as any other Indian bazaar
Dec 2017 • Friends
Typical crowded place. Had a local friend along, so wasn't completely lost. Loads of shops selling daily groceries, clothes, and so on. Not that touristy, as most wares target the locals. Thanks to my friend, we managed to taste the local food from a couple of hole in the wall eateries. I enjoyed that more than being caught in the crazy crowd on the streets (I get enough of that, if not more, back home in Mumbai :)
Written January 16, 2018
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Stephen H
27 contributions
Bazaar
Jan 2018 • Couples
Well this is interesting do not expect a bizarre similar to something you might see in Indiana Jones. This is a series of small shops that have seemingly set up permanent yard sale locations and wares. Interspersed among these are regular shops one might find in any strip mall. There is also an area where you can get fresh fruit and vegetables and meat and behind that some locally weaved fabrics.

We found it interesting to walk through and around just to see and experience a different culture but ultimately you can experience the same thing At a large yard sale or flea market.

Items may be marked up for those travelers from areas such as Europe or America. Be prepared to bargain. We were recommended to offer at least half of the stated price but frequently paid the asking price or just a bit lower If we felt the item was worth it - As with many areas of India the poverty can be staggering.
Written January 4, 2018
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plpalani
Mumbai, India1,501 contributions
Very narrow
Dec 2017 • Business
We visited the Bazzar in the evening... as it is Christmas time it is teeming with shoppers. Heavy traffic jams all along the road.
Small shops selling goods of every king.
Written December 18, 2017
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XTIAN
83 contributions
Crowded
Sep 2017 • Friends
Though the market is dated, it's yet to evolve with time... very crowded... unorganized. Traffic/ two wheeler parking and cramped walkway don't help!
Written October 5, 2017
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Satyendra Garg
Port Blair, India6,490 contributions
It was good to visit the Bazar again and see the variety of things on display.
Jun 2017 • Solo
Burra Bazar in Aizawl is a single spot market where you get everything you need. Beauty of this place is that you cannot avoid it as this is the place you have to pass everyday because this is the main thoroughfare in the city. It remains crowded, traffic crawls here but it remains busy, vibrant and active throughout day. You get most of the branded thing and daily need articles here.
Enjoy the fun of walking on its pavements.
Written August 20, 2017
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jackzipper
Adelaide80 contributions
a market is a market is a market..........
Aug 2017 • Couples
lots of variety to see and discover. but!!!! as with all of Aizawl, just try and find a place to park close by. best plan is to park offsite and grab a cab - plenty of those in the 'city'. but then try and stop in any of the enclosed stalls to view items - as soon as you step inside you're hounded or stalked. some bargains can be found if you are patient. be prepared for a lot of bustling and crowding. an abundance of markets exist in this place.
Written August 16, 2017
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