Shops where eco-friendly Ganesha idols can be bought in Bangalore

#37, 17th Cross, Sri Bhooma Malleswaram, Bangalore, Karnataka 560003
Phone : 080 23567470, 9886748371

10th Main, Srinivasnagar, Near Ayappa temple, Banshankari I Stage, Bangalore-50.Ph: 9886748371.
The cost varies from Rs.70 to Rs.1000 depending on the size of the Ganesha.

Road Perpendicular to Bull Temple Road
Near BMS college of Engineering. Diagonally opposite Halli Thindi
No.3, West anjaneya temple road, Gandhi bazaar, Bangalore- 4
Contact: 9342303247 Mr. Seshadri

Shree Enterprises
#32, sweet homes layout, Srinivaspura, Uttarahalli, Kengeri main road, near Srinivas pura bus stop
Contact: 90366 05321-Mr. Raman

Geleyara Balaga, Bidadi
Contact: 9880990014 RaviKumar

Many sellers in HAL market,old airport rd,Indiranagar,Pottery town….

Sujatha 9886888117 is one seller
Uttarahalli, Manju-9986523924

Address: #56, Tatana Mane Compound,
3rd Main Road, Chamarajpet, Bangalore: 560 018
Our contact numbers are:
Vijayalakshmi S. – 9241715008
Chetan K.S. – 9901303390


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