Feeling low! Let’s go to shopping… Shopping in the markets of Jaipur never seems to end when you are fond of traditional stuff that too at a reasonable rate. Roaming around in the Bazaar’s of Jaipur, you may found an interesting glimpse of people involved in the usual shopping habits of asking for the price, art of bargaining, and carrying a lot of bags while munching on the street stalls.
Here are 10 Street Markets of Jaipur (Bazaar’s) where you can find cultural things to buy and enjoy the shopping to the core
- Johri Bazaar
Well known for its precious and semi-precious stones, jewelry artifacts’, Johari market is the central hub for a variety of gems and jewels. And, if you love silver ornaments with studded stones it will surely catch your eyes. Traditional tie and dye fabrics are worth to buy. And, for you shopping hunger pangs, well LMB is your retreat present in this market.
- Tripolia Bazaar
Renowned for the pottery shops and things made of Brass, Copper, Aluminium, and steel. The market turns to be vivacious during Diwali.
This market allows versatility with an extensive variety of watches, shoes, bags, cultural paintings, frames, spices and dry fruits.
But be prepared, this place is not meant for the people who get nervous easily. Be blunt with your best bargaining skills and explore this overflowed bazaar.
- Bapu Bazaar
If you are an ultimate shopaholic and looking for best deals, then you can straight away visit Bapu Bazaar. The area is prominent for its Jaipuri quilts, Rajasthani mojris, Traditional Textiles, Block prints, Bandhej work and a wide range of quirky artificial accessories. And, when it’s about bargaining, shopkeepers and customers are both superior in negotiation because bargaining is the keyword here.
For feeling sense of pride tip for you guys!! Just pretend to leave, and you will get your deal that won’t let you lose and will definitely be called back.
- Chandpole Bazaar
A happening place for the creativity this market has a regular flow of tourists. The marble workers and painters of the city go to work at Khazane Walon Ka Rasta to create some of the most eye-catching works of art. You can also check out the Silwaton ka Mohalla to get a glimpse of behind the scenes and find out how sculptures are chiseled from the block of marbles.
- Mirza Ismail Road (M.I. Road)
Glamorous showrooms that define a unique fashion hot spot along with a foodie paradise in its own with some exclusive restaurants in the area. This market is tied up with all the brands and also has a Juneja art gallery for the art lovers. And, if you are a movie freak, then here you can also enjoy pleasing crowd at Raj Mandir.
- Kishanpole Bazaar
Famous for the textile and furniture, this market has vibrant colors gleaming from all the directions.
The bandhani artwork here is known across the globe. You can easily point out artisans working on the variety of bandhani designs like lehariya, mothda, diagonal strips, etc. The shopkeepers are inflexible regarding prices, but Jaipur people are not so easy to go with when it comes to transactions.
- Chaura Rasta
Collateral to Johari Bazaar, this market holds the main icons like publishing houses, bookshops, watch stores and never to miss temples with a rush of devotees.
For the purchase of course books and stationery at best prices, chaura rasta is suitable like any online portal. Beside chaura rasta, there is a sari market which has become a shooting spot for many Indian Television shows.
- Maniharon Ka Rasta
If you are in love with customized and personalized accessories that emerges from the fact of manihari women, then you should never miss out beautiful bangles of Lac at this road. The music of jingling bangles, the attractive colors and the chatter of women who flood the streets is mesmerizing to watch.
- Hawamahal Bazaar
This market boasts varieties of antique items, leather crafts, and metal accessories. During evenings market reaches maximum buzz when people gather to find out a fair deal. But, what makes this market lively for Indian and foreign tourists is the presence of historical structures like Hawamahal, Ramprakash cinema, Kale Hanuman Ji Temple, King Bhatt Haveli, etc.
- Sireh Deori Bazaar
You can spend your entire day here by window-shopping or buy anything that explains the specialty of Jaipur like light quilts, leather shoes, puppets, knick-knacks, and colorful textiles. And, you can quickly locate Sireh Deori Bazaar opposite to the city’s famous Hawa Mahal.
So, find out your best destination for shopping and roam around the Street Bazaars of Jaipur to grab your best deals for fabulous things.