bazar bazar  /bə ˈzɑr/


  1. (n) a street of small shops (especially in Orient)
  2. (n) a shop where a variety of goods are sold



  1. As the 1867 Bazar put it: "A bazar in oriental parlance is a vast repository for all rare and costly things on earthsilks, velvets, cashmeres, spices, perfumes, and glittering .
  2. After dinner we saw the winter palace (magnificent but cold) and a bazar and a shop.
  3. Started by Harper Brothers, the book publishers, as a sort of milady's "bazar," the magazine was bought by William Randolph Hearst in 1913 for $10,000, gained a third a in 1929.



  1. "We are trying to assess the exact number of fishermen missing in Cox's Bazar," Mujibur Rahman told The Associated Press.
    on Sep 20, 2006 By: Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. "An e-mail sent in the name of Indian Mujahideen to Ananda Bazar Patrika newspaper office Tuesday evening said there will be 11 bomb blasts, including at the airport, popular hotels at Park Street in south Kolkata and government and private...
    on Sep 24, 2008 By: Chakraborty Source: Howrah News Service

  3. KOLKATA: The State government will be responsible if there is trouble during Monday's "march to Lal Bazar," the city police headquarters, by the youth wing of the Trinamool Congress, party's chief Mamata Banerjee cautioned here on Sunday.
    on Oct 19, 2008 By: Mamata Banerjee Source: Hindu

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