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How To Reach Silk Shopping Spots

Feel the exquisiteness of pure silk in Mysore
Silk Shopping In Mysore

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How To Reach Silk Shopping Spots

The KR circle which houses the Devaraja market in Mysore is situated at a prominent intersection of the city. The city bus stand is also located at this junction and hence can be easily reached by any bus.

Auto rickshaw and cabs are easily available to any marketplace as they are well connected by roads. The Ashoka Road known as the Mandi Mohalla is situated east of Mysore Junction Railway Station and north of Mysore bus station. It is easily accessible through either of these means for the tourists.

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What is the best time to go Silk shopping in Mysore?

It would be best to avoid the afternoon when it's hot. Go shopping in the early morning or evening.

Where can I get the best silk sarees in Mysore?

Some of the best stores selling pure silk sarees with gold zari are the KSIC Silk Weaving Factory, Sumangali Silks, Mysore Silk Udyog and Badsha Stores.  

What are the different Silk products available in Mysore?

A wide variety of silk products are available here including silk sarees, salwar kameez, kurtis, dhotis, ties, shirts and many other items.