Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Shopping in Mumbai

Shopping in Mumbai (Bombay) is a memorable experience. Mumbai is a perfect shopping destination for all. Antiques, curios, carpets, handicrafts, textiles, jewelry, clothes, accessories, etc can also be bargained and bought.

Chor Bazaar:


  • Antiques, jewelry, wooden articles and leather items.

Crawford market in South Mumbai, North of Victoria railway station:

  • Flowers, fruits, meat and fish.

Zaveri Bazar:

  • Jewelry.

Mereweather Road behind Taj Mahal Hotel:

  • Colourful carpets

Jammu and Kashmir Emporium:

  • Colourful carpets

Colaba and Flora Fountain (Hutatama Chowk) at South Mumbai near Bombay V.T and Churchgate Railway Stations:

  • All kinds of items and departmental stores.

Hind mata market:

  • wholesale clothing.

Hill road and linking road at Bandra:

  • Shoes, purses, clothes and garments for all.

Bhuleshwar:

  • All household items, imitation jewelry.

Musafirkhana:

  • All imported items like dress, electronic items, cosmetics, etc.

Mangaldas Market:

  • cloths, clothes

Dhabu Street:

  • leather goods

Saturday, October 3, 2009

Some brands of digital cameras

Some brands of digital cameras:

  • Agfa, AIPTEK, Argus, Bushnell, Canon, Casio, Cobra Digital, Concord Camera, DXG TECHNOLOGY, Epson, Ezonics, Fargo, Fujifilm, GE, GoPro, HP, International Innovations, iSonic, Jazz Photo, KB Gear, Kodak, Konica, Konica Minolta, Kyocera, Leica, Little Tikes, Logitech, Mattel, Memorex, Minolta, Minox, Mustek, Nexian, Nikon, Nokia, Norcent Technologies, Olympus, Oregon Scientific, Panasonic, Pentax, Polaroid, Portable USA, Prime Entertainment, Sakar International, Samsung, Sanyo, SeaLife, Sigma, Sony, Uniden, VisionTek, VistaQuest Corporation, Vivitar, Vupoint Solutions.

Friday, July 3, 2009

Tips to buy sunglasses, spectacles or goggles

Sunglasses are not only fashion accessories but also protect the eyes from ultraviolet radiation, excessive light, dust, etc.

One looks pretty and maintain one’s eyes health by wearing sunglasses.

Tips:


  • Think about quality and not the money as protection of eyes is essential.
  • Ensure proper ultraviolet (UV) protection layers are there in your sunglasses.
  • Ensure the glasses, goggles or spectacles are scratch proof.
  • Select the color and style of glasses according to your personality without compromising the vision.
  • Select the correct sized comfortable pair of glasses.
  • Photo chromic glasses, spectacles or goggles are also useful.

Monday, June 22, 2009

Shopping in Andaman and Nicobar islands

The best place for shopping in Andaman is Port Blair. We can buy corals of different colours, shapes and sizes. Andaman shops have good decorative items. These items are generally made up of sea shells.

Other items are


  • Earrings, bracelets, etc. made up of shells
  • Pearl jewellery (jewelry)
  • Handcrafts items especially made from cane
  • Palm mats
  • Nicobaree mats
  • furniture
  • Lamp shades made from coconut shell
  • Walking sticks
  • bowls
  • trays
  • Furniture

Andaman's chief commercial center at Port Blair is called Aberdeen Bazar (Aberdeen Bazaar). A number of Government Emporiums are available there. Cottage Industries Emporium and the Gram Khadi Commission are two among them.
Although Andamanese language is spoken by the local people, we can use English for shopping purposes easily.
Other major shopping centers are Goalghar, Junglighat, Prem Nagar, Delanipur, Phoenix Bay, Machi Lane, AIR Road, Buniyadabad, Haddo, Dairy Farm and all are near Aberdeen Bazar (Aberdeen Bazaar).

Thursday, April 30, 2009

Tips to buy perfumes / scents

Choosing the right perfume according to your need and style, with pleasant fragrance, in order to express your personality is an important aspect.
The right perfume reflects your personal style and attitude.

  • There are various combinations of fragrances. Think about the kind of smell you find most attractive.
  • Find scents that make you feel good. Some are good during the day time and some are good during the night time.
  • Have some research, to select the most suitable perfume as the smell of same perfume varies from person to person.
  • Take the help of the salesperson while selecting, and at the same time buy as per your choice.
  • Apply the perfume on the wrist and wait for some time to have a suitability test.
  • Don’t test too many perfumes at a time.
  • After all the tests, buy in small quantity in the beginning.

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Shopping in Delhi

In Delhi, we can find virtually everything.
Commutation within the city is quite easy with the help of buses, auto-rickshaws, taxis and metro rail services. When shopping, take extreme care with the commission agents. The rule of purchasing goods in Delhi is to bargain hard except at the government emporiums where prices are fixed.

Popular shopping item can be bought at the places given below. This may not be treated accurate. Connaught Place, Karol Bagh and Chandni Chowk are the principle shopping areas.


  • Antique shops: Sunder Nagar
  • Arts and crafts from all the states of India: Baba Khadag Singh Marg near Parliament
  • Books: Nai Sarak
  • Bicycles: Karol Bagh, Chandni Chowk
  • Canvas: Azad Market
  • Chemicals: Tilak Bazar near Khari Baoli
  • Cloth Markets: Chandni Chowk, Sarojini nagar market.
  • Dry Fruits and Spices: Khari Baoli
  • Electrical Goods: Bhagirath Palace, Lajpat Rai Market, Qutab Road and Sadar Bazaar
  • Furniture: Kirti Nagar Furniture Block, Rani Jhansi Road, Panchkuian Road, Jail Road
  • Imported Goods: Gaffar Market in Karol Bagh, Palika Bazaar of Connaught Place
  • Jewelry: Bank Street of Karol Bagh, Connaught Place, Dariba Kalan and Kinari Bazaar
  • latest items: Sarojini Nagar and Janpath
  • Silver: Chandni Chowk, Dariba Kalan
  • Medical Equipment: Bhagirath Palace, Darya Ganj
  • Musical Instruments: Nai Sarak
  • Shawls, pottery and paintings: Crafts Museum on Mathura Road
  • Shoes: Ballimaran, Sadar Bazar, Karol Bagh
  • Spices, Silver, Trimmings and Tinsel, Bridal Trousseau, Brassware: Chandni Chowk
  • Toys: Sadar Bazar (wholesale market)

Sunday, April 5, 2009

Tips for Buying Digital Camera

Tips for Buying Digital Camera:

  • Consider your capabilities, limitations and interest in photography.
  • Consider the situations and occasions you generally use to take photos and select suitable camera accordingly.
  • For the beginner, low-cost point and shoot digital cameras are suitable. Set the camera to auto mode and frame the subject. The camera makes all the adjustments for focus, aperture opening, shutter speed, etc. Auto focus features are important, but a camera with manual focus features can give greater flexibility.
  • To take snaps on sports events, one need a versatile, full featured camera, with zooming, light adjustment, etc.
  • For high-quality photos, consider the size and type of the camera's image sensor.
  • Check out the zoom and focus features. Optical zoom is more important than digital zoom as it doesn't reduce image quality. Optical zooms help to take a variety of shots - close-ups, portraits, landscapes, and telephoto images.
  • The LCD screen is used as a larger viewfinder to frame the subject. Once a shot is taken, you can review it on the screen to see if it came out properly.
    Screens are measured in pixels, just like the size of image. The more the pixels, the better is the image seen on screen.
  • Ensure you get a complete camera kit, which generally includes the camera body, strap, starter memory card, battery, charger, USB cable as well as PC drivers and editing software on a CD ROM.
  • Be sure to shop around before actually buying a camera.
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