The heritage walled city is all set to have a new attraction. Jaipurites will now be able to shop till late at night in Jaipur till 1 am. Night Market starting this month at Chaura Rasta from 7 pm to 1 am. The market will operate every Saturday and Sunday.
The preparations have started and the night market will be decorated in Chaura Rasta where 150 shops will be set up. Not only will the residents be able to shop till late at night, but they will also be able to enjoy food and beverages. There will also be a food court in the night market. During this time, traffic will remain closed near Chaura rasta.
The Heritage Municipal Corporation will spend about Rs 8 crore on this project. For the night market, The tender will be opened by June 16. After Corona, the ongoing project will be initiated with an aim to stop the tourists for three days, the night market will be held in the walled city, and it will first begin at Chaura Rasta.
After years of waiting, the plan for beginning the night market is finally going to execute. It will start from the Chaura Rasta of the walled city. The Night Bazaar will let the tourists enjoy the art and culture as well as the local delicacies of Rajasthan. The project is likely to come on the ground in the next two months.
The night market will increase tourist footfall
With the start of the night market, the number of tourists will increase. This will bring revenue, people will get employment and the economy of the city will also be strengthened.
About 8.2 lakh domestic tourists visit Jaipur every month during the tourist season. At the same time, 1.5 lakh foreign tourists also come to visit. If we look at the proposal prepared by the corporation, then if 60 percent foreign and 15 percent domestic tourists come to the night market every day, this number becomes 7 thousand. Apart from this, 3 thousand people are expected to come daily in and around Jaipur. In such a situation, the number will cross 10 thousand per day.
Kiosks will be built keeping in mind the heritage
The kiosks which will be set up on the Chaura Rasta will be given a heritage look. There will be a total of 150 kiosks at the night market. On Saturday, all these will be set up at Chaura Rasta and the market will be cleared and the kiosks will also be removed before 8 am on Monday.