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address - lohar chawl , kalbadevi , mumbai - 400002 , maharashtra
Reaching Lohar Chawl Directly
Else, Reaching Lohar Chawl is very simple. Nearest railway station on western railway route is Marine Lines (East) and CST at central route. Hardly 5 to 10 minutes walking distance (Taxi recommended for first timer). From those stations reach Crawford Market (5 to 7 minutes straight walk from Marine Lines Railway station, East) and exactly opposite side of road is Sheikh memon street, a market lane that goes towards Jama Masjid, Mangaldas Market & Zaveri Bazar. On very first left as you enter Sheikh memon street is this lane that taked you deep inside Lohar Chawl market.
So the Land Mark : Lanes between Crawford Market and Mangaldas market, Adjacent to Sheikh Memon Street.
As soon as you enter these small lane, you will observe that the major shops (Wholesale Dealers & Retailers) are selling electronic products only. Couple of multi-lanes and four way exits seen once inside. Online Google map covers and shows major streets inside Lohar Chawl location area are Pathan Wadi, Mangaldas Road, L T Road, Kantilal M Sharma Street, Kitchen garden Lane, Pannalal Chowk, Vithaldas Lane, Babu Genu Road, Shamaldas Gandhi Marg etc.
“Lohar Chawl is one spot cheapest wholesale market for electronics and electrical goods in Mumbai. Hundreds of varieties of electronic products and raw material are sold by wholesale dealers shops regularly and during festivals at bulk discounted rates of about 30 %. Lets explore this lohar chawl market and know where exactly is the location with detailed address, how to reach, types of electronic products, market timings, car parking facilities, festival offers, discounted and wholesale rates etc..”
Lohar (Means a person in Iron Business) Chawl is a residential, grounded flat or a building which has separate tenements, which are the cheapest possible residential options in Mumbai. But with time core business (Iron related) is no more and have changed with just the name remains, like other gulli and lane names in Mumbai.
Lohar Chawl is a wholesale market for ready electronic goods and related raw materials used in making day to day electronic products required at home and businesses and also for festival decorations too. Major are wholesale dealers and many retailers in this market selling Industrial Electrical Goods, Cable and Wire Dealers, Inverter Dealers, LED Series Light sellers, Electrical Contractors, Other Hardware & Electrical Shops too.
Decades old multi lane market still has residential in major old duplex building still going strong. Those little windows and old Parsi uncle and aunties are seen looking from height out of those windows inside market area. This combined residential and commercial market has major retail and wholesale shops on ground level and the residential are all above it. It feels really good to see those age old residents relaxing and peeping out on streets which recalls me of the old time Bombay with less hustle bustle, and also think for how long will this commercial streets be blessed with such view.
Inside Lohar Chawl Market
During Festival Seasons
Actually some 15 days to a month before (Between September and December) during seasons of major festivals of Mumbai like Ganesh festival, Diwali, Navratri, Christmas etc. The shops and lanes at Lohar chawl market are flooded with decorative electronic items (See Video) like led bulb series, Candils, colorful jazzy lights, multi coloured razor lights and more. They are actually manufactured at far villages and factories of Maharashtra, Bhiwandi etc and takes advantage of seasonal & festive demand for decorative electronics by Mumbai citizens. It is that time in market when both seller and buyers are benefited.
Being a wholesale market, Lohar chawl is visited by many / major small and big retailers of Mumbai who have shops and branches around city. They purchase all required electronic products and raw material in bulk from this market getting discounts up to 30 to 35 % and more depending upon the quantity and relationship with dealers. They then sell all such products locally at higher price and earn good during festivals. Products like led lights & bulbs series, varieties of Lanterns (Candil in Hindi) seen in diwali, navratri and Ganesh festival and other electronic decorative required by interior designers in day to day for clients interior for kitchen, bathrooms, hall rooms etc are sold by local shops and retailers around city to citizens at MRP (Maximum Retail Price) or sometimes at higher prices too as detailed on products .
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