Jaipur, the city of traditions and culture has something special for everyone. And when it comes to shopping, you get no other better place in the world. The crowded streets sell almost everything you can imagine. The walled-city of Jaipur is known as traditional bazaar and this is the part of the city that you must visit. Some of the shopping options in the traditional Jaipur bazaars are:
Badi Chaupar of Jaipur is mainly known for traditional clothes, particularly turbans. You can buy colourful turbans from many shops here, sold at most affordable prices. The collection is worth checking.
Located between Choti Chaupar and Chandpole Gate, Bhindo ka Rasta is mainly popular for its marble statue carving works. You can buy spectacular marble statues, made with the marble stone of Makarana (the stone which was used for construction of the Taj Mahal).
Chameli Bazaar is located on M.I. Road and mainly popular for its silver ornaments. There are hundreds of traditional artists in this market selling beautiful ornaments made with pure silver.
one of the most crowded markets in Jaipur is Chandpole Bazaar, which sells a range of items. But the market is mainly popular for pickles and Sharbats.
Located at the centre of the city, Chaura Rasta is the prime attraction of Jaipur. Books, Maps, Traditional Ladies Tailors, Quilts, Tent Makers and Namkins, all can be found at a single place.
Choti Chaupar is though popular for many shopping attractions and it is also a big market for jewellery. But Choti Chaupar is primarily popular for Moodas (Straw Chairs).
Ghatgate Bazaar of Jaipur is popular for its iron work. Hundreds of shops here sell different items made with fine quality iron.
Located in Johari Bazaar of Jaipur, these two markets are mainly popular for sweets, digestives and suparis.
The market between Chaura Rasta and Johari Bazaar is mainly popular for its precious and semi-precious stones. Many traditional stone merchants have their showrooms here selling best quality stones.
The market of Handipura remains very crowded during the months of December and January. This is because the market is popular for kites. Buy the best quality kites and Manza (thread used to fly kites) from this market.
The iconic monument of Jaipur is located at a place where shopping is at its best. Antique Textiles, Quilts Costumes, Fashion Accessories and Leather Crafts can be purchased from this market.
The market is mainly popular for jewellery but it also offers a range of other items such as Textiles (Lehariam Bandini, Zari, Gota, Mukesh and Embroideries). Gold and Precious stones, semi-precious stones, precious enamel work, namkeen and paneer ghewar from LMB Hotel can also be purchased from here.
Kalyan Ji ka Rasta of Jaipur is globally popular for marble statue carvings. You can buy marble statues from here.
Located in Chandpole Bazaar, the market is popular for Idos and Sculptures, Stone Inlay Work and Stone Carvings.
This market is mainly popular for jewellery, including gold jewellery and silver jewellery.
Located between Choti Chaupar and Chandpole Gate, the Koli Basti market is mainly popular for selling top-quality carpets.
Kumharon ki Nadi is mainly popular for pottery work, mainly blue pottery work.
If you want to purchase iron items at most affordable prices, you must consider visiting Loharon Ka Rasta.
Manihar are the community which work with Lac items. Thus, Maniharon ka Rasta is the place where you can buy best quality Lac Items.
Located at Choti Chaupar, Nahargarh Road is mainly popular for traditional local musical instruments.
The prime attraction of this market is Silver and Gold Foil, used to wrap the sweets.
Purani Basti market of Jaipur is popular for wood blocks and other wooden items. You can buy a range of wooden items here.
This part of the city is popular for shoes and traditional Mojari (leather jooti). Mojari is globally famous and thousands of people purchase here.
The town of Sanganer is popular for selling block printed textiles and traditional block prints. Many artists work here in this industry since centuries.
Located in Chaura Rasta, the market is mainly popular for copper, brass, metal and brass inlay work.
If you want to purchase top quality shoes at very affordable prices, you must consider visiting Teli Para, which is located in Chaura Rasta.
Tripolia Bazaar of Jaipur is popular for many attractions but the biggest shopping attraction is utensils, tin trunks and metal work.
These are popular traditional markets of Jaipur which takes Jaipur shopping to a higher level. Strolling through these markets is also a big attraction. Visit here and you will be able to enjoy the real charm of the Pink City.