Shopping for a Big Fat Indian Wedding

Rs 1800 onwards
Chennai Shopping walk in T Nagar, the shopping hub of weddings, for apparel, silk, jewelry, bags and stainless steel utensils.

Big Fat Indian Wedding shopping

The Chennai shopping walk takes you to T Nagar. a haven for shoppers especially looking for shopping for the big fat Indian Wedding. Explore markets for silk, jewelry, apparel and utensils at Pondy Bazaar, Panagal Park and Ranganathan Street, one of the busiest street markets of the world.

Wedding shopping destination

In this Chennai shopping walk, we visit shops that sell merchandise critical for an Indian Wedding. Silk, jewelry, apparel, flowers & utensils.

Cultural Evangelist

This Chennai shopping walk is led by a cultural evangelist who will explain the things required for a typical South Indian Wedding.

Buzz of an Indian Bazaar

The shopping streets of T Nagar are a riot of colours and an assault on the senses!

Local eateries

The food streets of T Nagar offer many temptations for the foodie during this Chennai shopping walk

Does this Chennai shopping walk sound like fun?

Pricing Chart

3+ Persons
Rs1800/person
  • Guide
  • Coffee
  • Entrance Charges
2-3 Persons
Rs2250/person
  • Guide
  • Coffee
  • Entrance Charges
Single Person
Rs 2500/person
  • Guide
  • Coffee
  • Entrance Charges

Chennai shopping walk Itinerary

Pondy bazaar, Panagal Park, Usman Road & Ranganathan Street

4:00 PM - Nagesh Theatre, Pondy Bazaar
Meet the cultural evangelist who will lead this Chennai shopping walk, outside the Nagesh Theatre in Pondy Bazaar
445 PM - Panagal Park
The flower market here is a sensorial delight during this Chennai shopping walk
530 PM - Usman Road
Visit shops selling silk sarees, jewelry and utensils, next in our Chennai shopping walk
7:00 PM - Ranganathan Street
Chennai shopping walk ends at Ranganathan Street, one of the busiest shopping streets in the World

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“What an amazing market. I have never seen so much colour, smell and buzz in a bazaar anywhere else. Vijay is an incredible guide and told us all about the mind-boggling things we need to plan and stuff to buy to plan a south indian wedding! ”
Brook Peters
Pilot
“Shopping for an Indian wedding is so much fun. We had a ball with Kannan as he took us on a walk pretending to shop for a big fat Indian wedding!”
Mary Pitchers
Doctor

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