Shopping in Lahore

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Shopping in Lahore is an important part of the social and economic culture of the city of Lahore, Pakistan. The South Asia largest and most spectacular mall Emporium Mall opened its doors on 30 June 2016.

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Specific shopping[edit]

Arts, handicrafts and furniture[edit]

Books[edit]

  • Anees Book Corner and Iqbal Book Corner (Gulberg, near Main Market)
  • Ferozsons Publishers (Mall Road, near Regal Chowk)
  • Readings (Gulberg, near Main Market)
  • Siddiqui Rare and Antique Books (Mall Road, near Regal Chowk)
  • Vanguard Books (Mall Road, near Regal Chowk) [2]
  • Variety Book Corner (Gulberg, Liberty Market)

Clothing and jewellery[edit]

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Electronics[edit]

Food[edit]

Music[edit]

  • Fortress Stadium consists of several music shops selling English-language music and movies, as well as a collection of Pakistani and Indian titles.
  • Hall Road has music stores, with a higher proportion of Pakistani and Indian material .[9]
  • Langay Bazaar, situated close to the Lahore Fort sells musical instruments.[10]
  • Millat Music Palace is a music shop selling dhols (the traditional large Punjabi drums) and dholkis (smaller drums), tablas (twin drums), harmoniums, sitars and other stringed instruments.[11]

Commercial zones[edit]

Multi-purpose shopping malls[edit]

Sources[edit]

11.Liberty Market