Archive for the Sales, Shopping Category

October 10, 2018

Khadi store in Mylapore offers kolu dolls and products made by co-ops

Khadi store in Mylapore offers kolu dolls and products made by co-ops

Located behind the MTC bus stop opposite to the Sri Kapali Temple tank on R. K. Mutt Road is the Khadi Vastralayam store. Apart from the regular products sold at a Khadi store, the place offers a variety of kolu […]

October 9, 2018

Kolu bommai sales peak on mada streets

The buzz got louder and excited on Mylapore’s North and East Mada Street last weekend as hawkers pushed the sales of kolu dolls on the eve of Navaratri. Some 50 plus stalls have been set up on these two streets […]

October 3, 2018

TANTEA products, teabags to premium tea on sale at Amudham stores

TANTEA – Tamilnadu Tea Plantation Corporation Limited (an undertaking of the TN state government) and one of the biggest black tea producers in India has its products across all the Amudham departmental stores at a lesser rate than the MRP. The […]

October 1, 2018

Store for pooja articles, festival needs opens one more

Store for pooja articles, festival needs opens one more

Indra Brass Pooja Metal Stores has opened a new store opposite its main store on Sannithi Street in Mylapore (near Sri Kapali Temple, east side). The 2000 sq.ft. store displays a variety of new brass lamps and recently produced pooja items. […]

September 8, 2018

Check this out: Shopping, music, workshops and more

Check this out: Shopping, music, workshops and more

SHOPPING HAND MADE DOLLS EXHIBITION Sanskruthi dolls exhibition organized by Sanskruthi Doll Makers and Crafters Association. 80 women from different parts of India will exhibit their unique and exclusive dolls collection. More than 3000 dolls on display. Till Sep 9. […]

July 27, 2018

EVENTS AHEAD: Sales, talk, literary meet, music, comedy . . .

EVENTS AHEAD: Sales, talk, literary meet, music, comedy . . .

SHOPPING IKATS. KALAMKARI. KHADI.; Matkatus, an online store for ethnic handcrafted products based in Chennai says it works with artisans across different regions of India to promote ‘heritage  weaves’.  It is exhibiting its products at a sale  at C. P. Art Centre, […]

June 20, 2018

Idli batter with millets; new in Mylapore

Idli batter with millets; new in Mylapore

Krishna Foods on East Mada Street opened in early June and sells traditionally made idli and dosa batter. What is unique about this place is that they make use of millets, providing a different batter on each day of the […]

May 25, 2018

The Shandy is for organic mangoes

The Shandy is for organic mangoes

Want more mangoes grown the organic way? Head to The Shandy on Luz Church Road offers Alphonso, Banganapalli and Imam Pasand. And mango pulp. Sourced from Chengalpattu, Madurantakam and Ennore, these mangoes are not subjected to chemicals of any kind. […]

May 15, 2018

Sale of saris, fabrics with legendary heritage at Alwarpet boutique

The silk fabrics woven in Mubharakpur are legendary. The weavers here have been practicing ancient handloom silk weaving techniques since the 14th century. Their trademark style is satin weave with zari motifs. The Kota doria saris from Kaithoon in southern Rajasthan, […]

May 12, 2018

Check out these events this week…

Check out these events this week...

SHOPPING SUMMER COTTONS Wrap yourself in cottons this summer. Choose from block print bandhani and embroidered salwar sets (seen in the picture), skirts, tops and cholis. Sale is on till the end of May. At Saanskrutie, 77/10, C. P. Ramaswamy […]

April 21, 2018

Co-optex sale opens in Alwarpet; saris, shirts, kurtis and furnishing

Co-optex sale opens in Alwarpet; saris, shirts, kurtis and furnishing

Co-optex has launched its summer sale at the C P Art Centre, Alwarpet. It is showcasing its products at the ‘Paruthi’ exhibition. Featured are handloom products like hand woven, organic cotton sarees, authentic Karaikudi Chettinad cotton sarees, Coimbatore cotton sarees, kurtis, readymade […]

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