Exploring the Local Fair

I have interesting announcement to make for the good people of Kolkata.  Are you guys looking for clothes, handbags, hats, accessories and similar stuff? And that too on a very little price? If yes, then you are on the right page!

But before I start, you will have to listen to my “not so interesting” story about how I discovered the venue. One crazy thing happened to me two days back, when I was on the way to home from office. I saw a glimpse of Ferris wheel up in the sky, and a pang of nostalgia hit me immediately. I was never so much into fairs till my college. I can still remember my Mom and sis getting so excited about attending the local fair despite my sis’s exams or my Mom’s school. My Mom is in her 40’s now, and still today, no one can stop her from playing the Ferris wheel.  And here for the first time I, on my own, decided to visit the local mela with one of my friends.

We got everything we want all under one roof! It sounds like a chintzy commercial, but it’s actually true at the fair. Well, maybe not under a roof, but definitely within some radius.
From home goods to your personal choice accessories, some DIY stuffs, bags (and what else you want… May be I am running sort of words) you’ll find what you are looking for at the fair. Plus, you can do it all while taking a break or maybe you can go for some amusement rides or nosh on some savoury fair food.

Am I not stupid? I have been blabbering about this local fair for about a minute and still haven’t told you about where is it taking place actually?
It’s called Bidhannagar Mela and its right next to Karunamoyee bus stand. The fair will go live till the 5th of Feb. So, all the readers residing in Kolkata buck up and be a part of it.

Such fairs can be romantic too, you know! Think about it: sunny days, starry nights, carnival rides and memories being made… So don’t miss the real fun :).

Of course I found the typical mish-mash of clothing, all of which are great buys but there were only a few vendors that really caught my eye. So have a look on some of the pictures we took.


















I bought this ring just for Rs 70. Can you imagine that? Isn’t it pretty?
Let me know if you visit this fair. I would be glad if you could share some of your clicks too.
And as always be happy, be safe and please do leave your comments below.

Have a happy weekend…

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3 Responses to Exploring the Local Fair

  1. irene says:

    Hey dear I really like your blog! What about following each other? Also on bloglovin, facebook and even lookbook if you want…just let me know :3 <3



  2. Valentina says:

    Beautiful pics!!!i’m following you!!!if you like mine, do the same!!
    bloglovin follower

  3. Beautiful pictures my dear! your blog is so lovely!:)
    we can follow each other if you want :)
    xoxo Gloria

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