If you are looking for pure python with gdal on your cmd you need to do follow steps:
Step 1: Install pure python from python.org
Feel free to download the latest 2.7x version of python (rather than the 3.x python version). Install python with the default options and directories.
Step 2: Next Install the GDAL Binaries
Head over to Tamas Szekeres’ Windows binaries and download the appropriate GDAL Binary.
Install gdal core and next install gdal bindings for your version python.
Step 3: Adding Path Variables:
Right click on “Computer” on the desktop and go to “Properties”
Click on Advanced System Properties
Select Environment Variables.
Under the System variables pane, find the ‘Path’ variable, then click on Edit.
Go to the end of the box and copy and paste the following:
;C:\Program Files (x86)\GDAL
Note: For 64-bit GDAL installations you would simply remove the (x86) after Program Files.
In the same System variables pane, click on “New” and then add the following in the dialogue box:
C:\Program Files (x86)\GDAL\gdal-data
Add one more new variable by clicking “New…”
Add the following in the dialogue box:
C:\Program Files (x86)\GDAL\gdalplugins
For testing GDAL install open command line and type: