Ceramic pots, frames, restored wooden furniture and kitchenware – you'll find all of this and more at the Banjara Market in Gurgaon's Sector 56. It's between the road connecting AIT Chowk to Tau Devi Lal Park in Gurgaon, opposite Rail Vihar Apartments, and is lined with small, make-shift furniture shops that are a dream come true for bargain-hunters.
Most of the wooden furniture sold here is reclaimed and restored – the ‘banjaara’ shop owners are happy to polish, repair or spruce them up before you pay.
Full dining sets, bar counters or engraved boxes – if you’re looking to furnish on a budget, we’d definitely recommend braving the heat and striking a bargain for these decor products at Banjara Market in Gurgaon. Not to brag, but we were able to bring down the price of a massive bookshelf from INR 1,250 to INR 800 so the sky is the limit.
The other big focus at this market is ceramic. Bowls, pop-coloured spoons, mugs, vases, and animal-shaped planters – the ceramic craft at this market is decorated with quirky floral patterns. Also check out the minimalist white photo frames, or the silver ones that are exquistely carved; these are worthy of displaying your happiest memories.
There’s such a large selection that we guarantee you’ll be browsing for a long, long time and the prices are low enough that you’ll probably take home quite a few one-of-a-kind pieces. We absolutely loved the mirrors at Banjara Market too.