A presentation by Manaal Oomerbhoy
In response to: Show us an activity you love doing. Tell
us how you think it contribute...
Exploring and discovering
street markets and
bazaars…
Exploring and discovering
street markets and
bazaars…
… as windows into various cultural realities
Chor bazaar in Mumbai, India – a haven for antique seekers. Mumbai has a strong
local culture of street markets – there is...
The following pictures were taken at some of the
markets I have been to..
The following pictures were taken at some of the
markets I have been to..
…each with their own manner of bargaining, or la...
The following pictures were taken at some of the
markets I have been to..
…each with their own manner of bargaining, or la...
Colaba market, Mumbai, India
Kilim and carpet seller in Islamabad, Pakistan
Wooden bead necklaces at
a market in Helsinki,
Finland
Local produce at a market in Helsinki, Finland
Handmade wooden blocks at Anjuna market, Goa, India
Cart on the
street selling
coloured powder
in anticipation of
the Holi festival
in Mumbai.
Pydhonie market, Mumbai
Afghan jewellery in a street market
In Islamabad
A side street in Chor Bazaar
Click here to view my video of
Crawford Market, Mumbai:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=51v-lszYbew&feature=youtu.be
Scouring markets
in Mumbai and Bangkok
was
the inspiration
behind the birth of my jewelry
Label
Akaliko
www.facebook.com/a...
One of Akaliko’s first pieces of
jewelery:
An upcycled necklace
made from old clock parts
and cubic zirconia
A necklace made
from
vintage buttons from
Bangkok, and old
clock parts from
Chor Bazaar in
Mumbai
Akaliko uses seemingly worthless objects,
semi precious stones sourced from across Asia, and
the traditional skills of met...
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  1. 1. A presentation by Manaal Oomerbhoy In response to: Show us an activity you love doing. Tell us how you think it contributes to your personal and professional development  
  2. 2. Exploring and discovering street markets and bazaars…
  3. 3. Exploring and discovering street markets and bazaars… … as windows into various cultural realities
  4. 4. Chor bazaar in Mumbai, India – a haven for antique seekers. Mumbai has a strong local culture of street markets – there is one for every conceivable type of good.
  5. 5. The following pictures were taken at some of the markets I have been to..
  6. 6. The following pictures were taken at some of the markets I have been to.. …each with their own manner of bargaining, or lack of it, and distinctive features…
  7. 7. The following pictures were taken at some of the markets I have been to.. …each with their own manner of bargaining, or lack of it, and distinctive features… … but as at any street market, there is always something Local and unique to buy or eat, and almost always a friendly local to chat with
  8. 8. Colaba market, Mumbai, India
  9. 9. Kilim and carpet seller in Islamabad, Pakistan
  10. 10. Wooden bead necklaces at a market in Helsinki, Finland
  11. 11. Local produce at a market in Helsinki, Finland
  12. 12. Handmade wooden blocks at Anjuna market, Goa, India
  13. 13. Cart on the street selling coloured powder in anticipation of the Holi festival in Mumbai.
  14. 14. Pydhonie market, Mumbai
  15. 15. Afghan jewellery in a street market In Islamabad A side street in Chor Bazaar
  16. 16. Click here to view my video of Crawford Market, Mumbai: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=51v-lszYbew&feature=youtu.be
  17. 17. Scouring markets in Mumbai and Bangkok was the inspiration behind the birth of my jewelry Label Akaliko www.facebook.com/akalikostudio www.akaliko.in
  18. 18. One of Akaliko’s first pieces of jewelery: An upcycled necklace made from old clock parts and cubic zirconia
  19. 19. A necklace made from vintage buttons from Bangkok, and old clock parts from Chor Bazaar in Mumbai
  20. 20. Akaliko uses seemingly worthless objects, semi precious stones sourced from across Asia, and the traditional skills of metal workers in Mumbai to create unique objects. Creating a jewellery brand with my partner furthered my interest in social media marketing and brand identity and communication, and was a lesson in turning an interest into a business idea. Creation phase of a necklace
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