Ragi Kana is a cultural hub that hosts a rural market every Sunday at a school on Bannerghatta Road. From khadi clothing to grocery and local snack, and performances and discussions, this is nothing short of a local carnival. Anyone who cares about conscious living and wants to experience traditional Karnataka lifestyle. Also for those who want to make an effort in healthy living and appreciate the people who are helping us do so — from farmers to artisans. The farm tour and seed ball making will bring back childhood memories for adults and for kids it’s a good experience that they miss out in our urban setup.
You will find clothing options such as men’s kurtas and shirts, khadi sarees, Ilkal and Narayanpet handloom sarees. Don't miss out on staples such as millets, grocery and cold-pressed oils as well as snacks and condiments such as ragi laddoo, nippat, and millet huri hithu. You can also tuck into millet bisi bele bath and bus saaru from Ragi Kana Cafeteria. We hear the food is as authentic as it can get. Buying from them directly, be it clothing or food is a feel good.