Meena Bazaar originally started with a small store in Karol Bagh selling printed sarees but eventually evolved into a leading retail name today recognised by Indians globally. Established in 1970, the brand was founded by Suresh Manglani and Vishnu Manglani.
Sameer Manglani, owner of Meena Bazaar defines it as a one-stop shop for ethnic Indian wear, as the products in his shop are a perfect combination of prints, embroidery and all kinds of embellishments in India. The women’s fashion wear is sourced from all across the country including Banaras, Kolkata, Surat, Chandigarh and South India. They even have shawls from Jammu and Kashmir and they source Pakistani fabric from Amritsar. “Best range and best price” is the perfect slogan for Meena Bazaar says Sameer.
While Meena Bazaar doesn’t manufacture their merchandise, they do work in close relationship with manufactures across India. They have a nationwide manufacturer presence. Any kind of customisation, style, colours, sizes, embellishments can be easily incorporated. Meena Bazaar has also associated with few designer brands from Kolkata and Surat. Their clientele goes back to 1970’s, including grandmother’s, mothers and daughters purchasing from the store from ages.
There are 75 stores across India, with major presence in Punjab and Uttar Pradesh and all metro cities. Globally, there have boutiques in London, New York, Los Angles and San Francisco to which Meena Bazaar would export as designers. With a very loyal customer base, the brand decided to start the e-commerce website. They claim that they are the first ethnic retail brand in India to start this service that includes cash on delivery, pay by credit cards on delivery, surprise ordering for different occasions. Meena Bazaar has recently launched its offshoot super luxury ethnic Indian wear brand by the name of VASTYA in Greater Kailash, Delhi.
Sameer Manglani Owner, Meena Bazaar