Malls represent changing Indian aspirations.
The malls, far from being mere shopping complexes, are an analogous world with a varied lifestyle, and have come a long way to represent the aspirations of the burgeoning Indian middle class.
Malls today reflect the exodus of frantic purchases, ripping away purse strings to live the life of their dreams.
Malls have food courts, game complexes, boutiques, bars, fast food joints, jewellery stores, supermarkets, and much more. One can go to malls at all times of the day, during different times of the year. There is of course one commonality in all malls.
At each of these places, at most times, there are exodus of people, relishing the pleasures of a newly acquired lifestyle. But most importantly, malls are becoming an indispensable and inseparable part of our lifestyle!
In the past few years, the number of malls in the western suburbs has increased dramatically. From the large ones like the Pantaloons, to the not so large ones with the local shopkeepers turning their shops to big stores, each of these malls boasts of the swarms of people they cater to.
There is but one thing undoubtedly commendable about malls. It is their incredulous quality control. Malls today have become a parameter of quality control.
Inside their premises, everything from the people that flock these malls, to the shops inside, the food, the water, the floor, and even the air inside the mall is strictly regulated to perfection. It is the perfect recipe for artificial rejuvenation. As one walks through the irritatingly frictionless floors of these malls, still one desires to spend more time in mall.
But of late, most Malls have become similar in looks and content with same brands and material splashed on to them again and again.
Keeping this deadlock in mind, New concept Malls with new looks have been designed which will definitely attract more people and provide them pure pleasure.