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This is a fabulous place to idle away an hour or so browsing and spending some cash! That's exactly what I did here. The posters are really nice and of very good quality - showcasing many local artists. Namrata was so helpful and friendly -...More
Everything is so beautifully curated and the staff are extremely friendly. You can totally tell that they want to help you find something for you, whatever it may be, compared to other stores that just want you to spend as much money as you can...More
Kulture Shop sells fun art in various forms made by Indian artists. This store is the perfect place to buy souvenirs as they offer everything from clothing to posters to greeting cards with fun and modern prints and designs. I highly recommend stopping by when...More
A must-stop in Kala Ghoda or Bandra - prints from up-and-coming artists, available for purchase or reproduced on various objects, are a great window into a young, energetic and thoughtful Bombay, and make great souvenirs. Jas, her husband and their team seem to know everybody...More
I've been in Mumbai for a few weeks and during that time I was unable to find souvenirs that were unique and good quality to take home until the last day I went to the Kulture Shop. The staff is very friendly, they have a...More
Kulture Shop is such an amazing place to find unique things for your own home or for your friends and family. The work that they are doing in connecting artists to actual consumers is commendable, I have bought multiple art prints and frames from here....More
Known as the Queen of Suburbs, Bandra is Mumbai’s favourite neighbourhood Buzzing with hip and artsy events, watering holes in every nook and corner, quaint cafes for every mood of the day, graffitied streets of tiny Catholic villages, stunning views of the Bandra-Worli Sea Link and Worli’s skyline from the historic Bandra Fort, are just some of the reasons that makes Bandra a reigning cultural hotspot. All
visitors always feel welcomed here by the aroma of freshly baked bread wafting through the bakeries on Hill Road, celebrities casually strolling around the bylanes of Pali Hill, street shopping on Linking Road, beautiful sunsets at Carter Road & Bandstand and candle-lit historic churches including the centuries-old Mount Mary Basilica.