Popular markets selling fakes of top luxury brands!

May 03, 2016, 19:18 PM IST
Gariahat AC market, Kolkata: Fakes, replicas or copies of branded goods like watches, perfumes, bags, apparel, clothes, electronic items and even cosmetics sold in this market are making their way into the heart of Kolkatans.
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Gariahat AC market, Kolkata: Fakes, replicas or copies of branded goods like watches, perfumes, bags, apparel, clothes, electronic items and even cosmetics sold in this market are making their way into the heart of Kolkatans.

Nehru Place, Delhi: This market has earned the reputation of the world’s most notorious markets for pirated goods particularly in software, optical media containing movies and music, and counterfeit goods.
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Nehru Place, Delhi: This market has earned the reputation of the world’s most notorious markets for pirated goods particularly in software, optical media containing movies and music, and counterfeit goods.

National market Bangluru: The hub of grey market in the city for clothes, accessories and tech goods like phones, handy cams, tablets and MP3 players. Buyers are encouraged to visit, as a clever bargain results in buying at throwaway prices.
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National market Bangluru: The hub of grey market in the city for clothes, accessories and tech goods like phones, handy cams, tablets and MP3 players. Buyers are encouraged to visit, as a clever bargain results in buying at throwaway prices.

Brigade Road, Bangluru: A popular centrally located market, has become a hub for fake shirts, t-shirts and caps of brands such as Levis, Nike, Lee and Pepe. As per reports, sellers directly buy from the manufacturers and exporters of these top brands in Tirpur, Tamil Nadu and make neat profit.
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Brigade Road, Bangluru: A popular centrally located market, has become a hub for fake shirts, t-shirts and caps of brands such as Levis, Nike, Lee and Pepe. As per reports, sellers directly buy from the manufacturers and exporters of these top brands in Tirpur, Tamil Nadu and make neat profit.

Heera Panna market, Mumbai: Worli-based market is famous for items like jewellery, perfumes, cosmetics, watches, cell phones, cordless telephones, bags and mobile gadgets. Many people looking for replicas particulary in watches, perfumes, electronics, visit Heera Panna market.
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Heera Panna market, Mumbai: Worli-based market is famous for items like jewellery, perfumes, cosmetics, watches, cell phones, cordless telephones, bags and mobile gadgets. Many people looking for replicas particulary in watches, perfumes, electronics, visit Heera Panna market.

Linking road, Mumbai: This busy shoppers' paradise is known for its huge variety of cheap goods. One can find  replicas of famous luxury brands like Prada, Michael Kors goods hidden among the localy manufactured  items.
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Linking road, Mumbai: This busy shoppers' paradise is known for its huge variety of cheap goods. One can find replicas of famous luxury brands like Prada, Michael Kors goods hidden among the localy manufactured items.

Chor Bazaar, Mumbai: More than 150 years old, the market derieved its name from the British mispronunciation of its original name 'Shor Bazaar'or the noisy market. Now, this market is living up to its name as it sells antiques, bronze items, vintage items, trash and treasure, other than high-end brands like Ralph Lauren and Louis Vuitton, all at bargainable price!
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Chor Bazaar, Mumbai: More than 150 years old, the market derieved its name from the British mispronunciation of its original name 'Shor Bazaar'or the noisy market. Now, this market is living up to its name as it sells antiques, bronze items, vintage items, trash and treasure, other than high-end brands like Ralph Lauren and Louis Vuitton, all at bargainable price!

Gaffar market, Delhi: Named after freedom fighter Gaffar Khan, this market was set up in 1952. It is popularly known as grey markety for electronic goods like air-conditioners, cameras, televisions, mobiles as well as other accessories. Shopkeepers here claim that fakes sold by them are quite good as compared to the original products!
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Gaffar market, Delhi: Named after freedom fighter Gaffar Khan, this market was set up in 1952. It is popularly known as grey markety for electronic goods like air-conditioners, cameras, televisions, mobiles as well as other accessories. Shopkeepers here claim that fakes sold by them are quite good as compared to the original products!

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