​Top 10 high streets for shopping in India, Bengaluru has 4 of them ​

May 10, 2023

By: BI India Bureau

Top 10 high streets for shopping in India, Bengaluru has 4 of them

​Here are the top 10 high streets for shopping in India that are convenient in terms of access, parking facilities and with a varied assortment of retailers as per Knight Frank and Phygital Retail Convention Report. ​

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Top 10 high streets

​In a survey conducted by Knight Frank, Bengaluru has the best high streets that provide significantly better shopping experience with 4 of its markets making to the top 10 list. ​

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Bengaluru top spot for high street shopping

​Mahatma Gandhi Road (MG Road) at Bengaluru is on the top of the list followed by Commercial Street on seventh position, Brigade Road on ninth and Church Street on 10th position. Also, all these streets are in the same vicinity. ​

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Hyderabad’s high street

​Hyderabad's high street at Somajiguda is on the second position under the top 10 list. It has other popular shopping streets like Jubilee Hills, Banjara Hills, Ameerpet and Gachibowli. ​

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​Mumbai's shopping street ​

​Mumbai's Linking Road ranks third on the top 10 list of high streets for shopping in the country. Some of the other popular streets in the busy city include Colaba Causeway Market, Lower Parel and Lokhandwala market. ​

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Famous shopping streets in Delhi

​Delhi's South Extension - Part I & Part II is on the fourth position while there are other streets like Connaught, Lajpat Nagar and Khan Market. ​

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Kolkata's shopping spots

​Kolkata's Park Street and Camac Street are in the fifth position. Both the places are nearby to each other. ​

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Chennai's top shopping spot

​Chennai's Anna Nagar is on the sixth position while Noida's Sector 18 Market is on the eight position. ​

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What is a high street ?

​A high street is characterised as a shopping street used for primary business and retail activities that have emerged as a focal point for retailers across multiple categories. Most Indian high streets are well connected by public transport such as bus and/or metro rail and are easily accessible via road by private transport.​

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