The famous bazaars of jaipur

The Famous Market of Jaipur

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The opulent captivating and diverse culture of Jaipur can be best exemplified in bazaars. Explore the famous bazaars of Jaipur to taste the real heritage this city withholds. Strolling around Jaipur and not going to the popular bazaars will be the sacrilege.

Johari Bazar

Johari Bazar
Johari Bazar In Jaipur

As the name suggests Johari bazar is the most sought-after market to shop for traditional jewelry. It adorns the consecutive rows of jewelry shops selling a beautiful range of precious and semi-precious gemstones. This bazar of Jaipur boasts for being the world’s most prominent jewelry market. You can get an extensive range of diamonds, emeralds pearls, ruby, gold, silver and beautiful Kundan jewelry and the exquisite meenakari jewelry variety. This bazaar will tempt you with its irresistible offerings that you can spend days’ on the street. The beautiful folk jewelry including necklace, bracelets, rings, earrings, nose rings, toe rings, ankle bracelets, and pendants. You will find amazing traditional designs of elephants, birds and much more. to get the finest silver work jewelry visit Chameliwala bazar in Johari bazar which sells the best ornaments one can possibly think of.

The place also has a collection of designer suits, bandhej sarees, and lehengas. Another major attraction of this bazaar is the regional specialty of Jaipur like Sanganeri block print, Bagru Print, zari work and aari taari, Jaipuri quilts, aesthetic handicrafts. Get ready to shop and don’t be afraid to haggle a bit for a good price.

Open: All 7 days open

Timings: 11 AM to 10 PM

Nearest Bus Stop: Badi Chopad Bus Stop

Tripolia Bazar

Tripolia Bazar
Tripolia Bazar In Jaipur

Tripolia Bazar is popular for its liveliness and assortment of products it offers. This markets discloses the rich culture of Jaipur and entice you with a lot of features. It gives you the excellent options of handicrafts, bandhani dye fabrics, ties, carpets with Indo-Heretic designs and traditional wears all basking in their full cultural wealth. The market is famous for the exotic blue pottery and pottery shops of Brass, copper, and steel. This market is a good option if you want to buy traditional utensils, furniture, highly engraved designer masterpieces for kitchen and dining table, ironware, blanket, and carpets.

Tripolia Bazar has an exquisite variety of colorful lac bangles and lac jewelry. Lac jewelry and lac bangles have originated in Jaipur. There is a special area in Tripolia bazar which deals in a variety of Lac bangles known as Maniharon ka Rasta. Here, the local craftsmen of Jaipur create beautiful lac bangles and other jewelry pieces, studded with mirror work and colorful beads. Lac work using ancient techniques is a rural art that has been passed down from generations. Jaipur lac bangles are famous among locals as well as visitors from different parts of the country for their heavy look and the charm they add to your outfits. Visit Maniharon ka Rasta to see the making of Jaipur lac bangles.

Open: All 7 days open

Timings: 11 AM to 9 PM

Nearest Bus Stop: Choti Chopad Bus Stop

Bapu Bazar

Bapu Bazar
Bapu Bazar In Jaipur

Bapu Bazar lies in the heart of the city. It is the busiest market of the city and one of the major shopping destination for the locals and tourists. Lined with numerous shops, it is always flocked by shopaholics. Babu Bazar is an ultimate shopping hub for buying traditional and special products. Venture to the market to buy souvenirs, ethnic jewelry, Mojari shoes, camel leather products, handicrafts, textiles and much more. Bed linen, Jaipuri quilts, lac bangles, block print textiles, Marble and sandstone carvings, gold filigree, miniature paintings, and inlay work are also some of the specialties of Jaipur you can easily get at Bapu Bazar. The distinct variety and dynamism of this market draw the shoppers to buy the stuff.

Bapu Bazar has an extension popularly known as the link road. This is another famous area for people who love to shop. This market is marked for the items like trinkets, puppets, perfumes or traditional ittar, artificial fancy jewelry, and white metal artifacts. Most of the crowd comes here for shopping bridal trousseau. You also get elegant bridal trousseau packing at some of the shops here.

Open: All 7 days open

Timings: 10:30 AM to 10:30 PM

Nearest Bus Stop: Sindhi Camp Bus Stop

Kishanpole

Kishanpole Bazar
Kishanpole Bazar In Jaipur

Located parallel to Chaura rasta lies the Kishanpole Bazar. Textiles at the best buying price can be found in Kishanpole Bazar of Jaipur. This multihued market is famous for its wooden carving, wonderful wooden sculptures, and souvenirs. Kishanpole bazar dwells several shops that are popular for tie and dye textiles, exotic decorative stuff and wooden furniture. The home decor items made of wood are the main eye-catchers of this market. You get implausible quality ornamented jewelry boxes, tables & chairs, and art pieces. Get your loved ones some wooden souvenirs as Kishanpole Bazar is home to many skilled artists renowned for their unique wooden carvings. These are available in tiny imitations of camels, elephants, and horses. Kishanpole Bazar is also known for beautiful tie and dye fabric and amazing formations of bandhej.

Open: All 7 days open

Timings: 11 AM to 10 PM

Nearest Bus Stop: Choti Chopad Bus Stop

Chandpole

Chandpole Bazar
Chandpole Bazar In Jaipur

Chandpole is the oldest market in the city. Almost three centuries old, Chandpole Bazar hosts several shops selling spices, pulses, and grocery items. This is an ideal place to buy fresh and authentic spices. Walking through its streets with the enticing views of pink-hued and rugged shops beautifully lining up the streets instantly transport you to a bygone era. The southern side of the market, Silwaton ka mohalla is renowned for remarkable art pieces. can see extremely talented artisans sculpting exquisite masterpieces of marble. It is a treat to the eye watching these master craftspersons crafting such beautiful pieces of art with marble. For those who have a keen eye for art, this place is a delight. There is another small lane named Khazane Walon Ka Rasta, where you can shop traditional and flamboyant footwears, charming handicrafts, pleasing sculptures made of wood and stones, carpets, vivid colored turbans you absolutely love!

Open: All 7 days open

Timings: 11 AM onwards till late night

Nearest Bus Stop: Choti Chopad Bus Stop

Chaura Rasta

Chaura Rasta
Chaura Rasta In Jaipur

Chaura Rasta runs side by side to the Johari Bazaar. The publishing houses and the bookstores are the main attention seekers of this market. For book readers and school or college going youth this place is heaven. They get all sort of items related to their need. This market also entails plenty of jewelry and clothing stuff which pulls the local people and tourists to this bazaar. You will surely be enticed by the cultural beauty of the thriving market. At both sides of the bazaar are standing the traditional havelis giving this market a look of old times. It is a very crowded market as it is surrounded by temples, movie theatres and vendors selling food items. There is a saree bazar which is known as Lal ji saand ka rasta where you can shop sarees and lehengas. You might have seen this bazaar in many Indian tv shows as it is the hit shooting spot of the Bollywood shows. Unlike the other bazaars of Jaipur it offers the facility to shop at night. It has become the most preferred tourist destination due to its night bazaar which allows local working people to shop after the office hours and for tourist to avoid the hot summer heat and shop in the evening to have a pleasant shopping experience.

Open: Monday to Saturday

Timings: 10 AM to 10 PM

Nearest Bus Stop: Choti Chopad Bus Stop

Purohit ji Ka Katla

Purohit ji Ka Katla
Purohit ji Ka Katla In Jaipur

When it comes to wedding shopping, the very first name that blinks in the mind is Jaipur. Jaipur has made a mark for the best wedding shopping destination. The market reaches the maximum buzz during the wedding season. Purohit Ji Ka Katla is home to the most traditional shops in the city. When a plan to buy glitzy wedding attires heads on to this market. Though you have to get in the bustling crowd inside the small lanes, it’s definitely worth a visit.

Another specialty of this place is that here you can find the cheapest goods. From chairs to containers and toys to plastic goods, this place serves everyone’s need. Be it the traditional wooden toys crafted by artisans of Jaipur or the imported toys with the latest technology, every variety can be found here. The market offers plastic items for daily household use, a large variety of stationery items for school use as well as office use at very reasonable rates. This is because it is a wholesale market and a large volume of goods here are sourced from different manufacturers. Be ready with your bargaining skills to get superiority product at cheap rates.

Opens: Monday to Saturday

Timings: 11:00 am to 8:30 pm

Nearest Bus stop: Badi chaupar bus stop

Mirza Ismail Road or MI Road

Mirza Ismail Road or MI Road
The market in MI is laden with handicrafts of pottery that was preferred by Royal rulers of Jaipur.

As you explore the shops of MI Road, the fine works of art will keep you captivated. The antique brass statues, wooden items that can easily beautify any place. The market in MI is laden with handicrafts of pottery that was preferred by Royal rulers of Jaipur. Love for the pottery can be seen anywhere in the Jaipur city. The moment your gaze falls on the pottery of Jaipur you will definitely fall in love with them! MI road is the most vibrant road to shop for pottery work, which dates back to the days when Royals used these potteries extensively to beautify their palaces. Visit Mi Road and add some beautiful collections to your home. Indulge in the novelty of street shopping at MI Road, this bazaar stands out for the moderate prices of items like textiles and Joothis.

Opens: Monday to Saturday

Timings: 11 am onwards

Nearest Bus stop: Ajmeri gate bus stop

Badi Chaupar

Badi Chaupar
Badi Chaupar name means a big chowk. It is a big square chowk which comprises of several extensions of legendary bazaars in it.

Badi Chaupar name means a big chowk. It is a big square chowk which comprises of several extensions of legendary bazaars in it. As we step towards the Badi Chaupar, the narrow lanes selling anything and everything from textiles, leather products, jewelry, to handicrafts. The collection of goods, sparkling colors, endless varieties, and great bargaining options will keep you busy for hours and hours. Badi Chaupar is a midpoint which leads to several fascinating markets. On the east is the Ramganj Bazaar famous for the leather shoe, On the west is Tripolia Bazar, known for brass and steel utensils. Whereas, at the south is situated the Johari Bazaar renowned for block-printed and Bandhani textiles and several jewelry show­rooms.

Opens: Monday to Saturday

Timings: 11 Am onwards

Nearest Bus stop: Badi chaupar bus stop

Chhoti Chaupar

Chhoti Chaupar
The place is mainly famous for its easy access to various markets of Jaipur.

The Choti Chaupar also called Amber chowk lies at the meeting point of Chandpole and Kishanpole bazar. The place is mainly famous for its easy access to various markets of Jaipur. This alluring bazar offers immense entertainment and fun experience to every person who pays a visit. Choti Chaupar will steal your heart by mere entering it with its mesmerizing lane of shops all around. You will get to see the true Jaipur walking through this colorful market. The best thing about this market is that you get to the things you love at your quoted price if you are good at the art of haggling. You can enjoy a lot of bargaining here. It’s better to visit this market on weekdays as in weekends it is way crowdy. This market is worth visiting to take back Rajasthani stuff yo your home.

Opens: Monday to Saturday

Timings: 11 am onwards

Nearest Bus stop: Badi chaupar bus stop