City Shopping – Antique Market In Saddar

What I like most about my city, Karachi?

The neat blend of forgotten and old times with today’s world!

The Karachi walla recently visited an antique market and captured the essence of a long gone era.

image courtesy of The Karachi Walla

A definite treasure trove. A walk down the memory lane. A refuge for memorabilia. In the heart of Saddar lies a market which sells nostalgia, that too in abundance. The Karachi walla went there to …

Source: City Shopping – Antique Market in Saddar

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8 thoughts on “City Shopping – Antique Market In Saddar

  1. Vicky April 11, 2016 / 5:37 PM

    Thank you for sharing Karachi Waller…it looks such a fascinating city, I would love to poke around the streets! I suspect that won’t be possible so I’m following instead 🙂

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    • Hammad Rais April 11, 2016 / 7:08 PM

      Thanks for liking the post, Vicky!!
      Poking around the city is not an issue for a local but for a foreigner, it is a different story.
      And that is where I drop in. Your virtual tour guide!!
      Not on a full duty though but up to some extent.

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  2. Kunal Thakore April 11, 2016 / 2:34 PM

    It might interest you to know there are some such shops clustered in a particular area in South Mumbai, plus we have something called Chor Bazaar where you’d find other small shops selling antiques (not all of them genuine!).

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    • Hammad Rais April 11, 2016 / 2:59 PM

      Rightly said! This is just one market though. There are many more in Karachi also, just like Mumbai

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    • Kunal Thakore April 11, 2016 / 3:01 PM

      Good to get to know more about each other’s cities in this way! Somebody else from Karachi had put up a shot of a large, Raj era market (Empress Market, is it?) and I could have sworn it was Crawford Market in Bombay!

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    • Kunal Thakore April 11, 2016 / 3:08 PM

      Wonderful, thanks! BTW< Dawn is a great newspaper, way better than Times of India 🙂 I often read it online…

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