Aarong Dhanmondi 1

House - 1/1, Block # A Asad Gate, Lalmatia, Mirpur Rd, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Clothing store Shopping mall

Aarong Dhanmondi 1 is a clothing store and shopping mall located in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The average rating of this place is 4.20 out of 5 stars based on 13953 reviews. The street address of this place is House - 1/1, Block # A Asad Gate, Lalmatia, Mirpur Rd, Dhaka, Bangladesh. It is about 1.17 kilometers away from Bashundhara City Shopping Complex. Aarong Dhanmondi 1 is open seven days a week from 10:00am to 08:00pm.

Aarong Dhanmondi 1's timetable
Friday 10:00 AM - 08:00 PM
Saturday 10:00 AM - 08:00 PM
Sunday 10:00 AM - 08:00 PM
Monday 10:00 AM - 08:00 PM
Tuesday 10:00 AM - 08:00 PM
Wednesday 10:00 AM - 08:00 PM
Thursday 10:00 AM - 08:00 PM
User Reviews

5 Mohammad Ali Hossain - 5 months ago

It is one of the best Clothing Stores within Bangladesh. They have world's best collection in Sharees and Panjabis and other fittings for both male, female and for kids too. Go and checkout whatever you need.

Happy Traveling guys.

5 Mahir Tasneem Tahir - 3 months ago

This ethical brand began in 1978 as a humble means to empower rural artisans to rise above poverty. Today, with 25 retail stores across Bangladesh and over 100 fashion and lifestyle product lines, Aarong supports 65,000 artisans with fair terms of trade. Revolutionising the retail industry with high standards for quality and artistry, this iconic brand blends the traditional with the contemporary in ways that never cease to win consumer appeal both at home and abroad.
In 1976, when BRAC– the world’s largest development organisation – engaged a small number of rural women to produce crafts, their only buyers were a few scattered retailers in Dhaka. Weeks, even months would pass between supply and payment, until BRAC intervened and established Aarong to pay the rural women for their goods on time. Over the past four decades, Aarong has carved out a unique market segment for handicrafts, reviving Bangladesh’s rich heritage and impacting the lives of more than 325,000 people through 650 small entrepreneurs and the Ayesha Abed Foundation. The foundation acts as Aarong’s production hub, where artisans find employment and access to many well-being programmes such as financial subsidies for health expenditures, access to micro-credit and saving instruments, legal aid, day care for working mothers, awareness on rights and access to government benefits, and gratuity payments upon retirement.
From clay pots to diamond jewellery, and silk and cotton fabrics to brass and leather merchandise, Aarong’s vast range of innovative products, backed by a robust supply chain and distribution network, makes Aarong truly a household brand in Bangladesh. Its growing presence outside of Bangladesh – through fair-trade networks and the online shop– continues to broaden the market for Bangladeshi crafts globally, creating more opportunities for artisans to protect their age-old art and livelihoods.

5 Mrienda Dalpine - 3 months ago

Aarong (Bengali: আড়ং, lit. 'Village Fair') is a chain of Bangladeshi department stores specializing in Bengali ethnic wear and handicrafts. It is owned by the non-profit development agency BRAC, and employs thousands of rural artisans across the country. It currently operates twenty-one outlets in nine Bangladeshi metropolitan cities.

The organization was established in 1978. Aarong operates production units in rural and semi-urban areas as a part of its social enterprise model and provides the market linkage through its own retail outlets.

Directorate of National Consumers Rights Protection (DNCRP) fined Tk4.5 lakh to Uttara outlet of Aarong and closed it for a day for selling same products in double price within a gap of five days. Following on a client's complaint that Aarong was selling a panjabi after nearly doubling its price, DNCRP officials visited the chain's flagship store on Jashimuddin Avenue at Uttara on 31 May 2019 and fined them after finding the allegation to be true. Monjur Mohammad Shahriar, deputy director of Directorate of National Consumers Rights Protection (DNCRP) led the drive but he was transferred.

5 Md. Nahid Kadir - 4 months ago

Aarong Lalmatia is a most popular cloth shopping store in Dhanmondi u0026 Mohammadpur area. Here you will find everything you need. Like boutiques, Panjabi, kid's clothes, traditional dining set, tree plants, toys, shoes u0026 so on.

5 Ahasan Habib - 5 months ago

Arang is a handicraft and handicraft business enterprise in Bangladesh. BRAC Director Fazle Hasan Abed established Arang on 16 December 1987.At present Arang has 21 branches in 6 cities of Bangladesh including Dhaka and Chittagong. Products
Leather industry
Household goods

5 Aynoon Afrosa - 3 months ago

Their collection of clothing, jewellery, bags are good. Shoe collection, handmade items collection, and collection of jute/handmade bags can be improved. The collection of crockery items are really nice. They have a quite a variety of crockery here. You will also find Aarong Earth items here. This outlet has a Grassroots Cafe on the top floor. Behaviour of salespeople and other employees are nice.

4 Syed Saif - 4 months ago

This of quite a good branch with all facilities but few things should renovate like their furniture and stuffs.
Parking issue is very troublemaker in this branch.

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