Best Flea Markets in Jaipur
Jaipur is famous for Kundan jewelry and Meenakari work on items, tie and dye fabrics, handicrafts, pottery, wooden and glass bangles, precious and semi precious gemstones, carpets, camel skin slippers, decors and its sweetmeats.
Shopping at Flea Market in JaipurLet’s have a look at some of the best flea markets and the items that are sold here at affordable prices where tourists bargaining with shopkeepers over goods are a common sight.
The oldest marketplace in Jaipur; Johari Bazar is the classic example of symbolizing the culture of the pink city as all the shops in this market are painted in pink colour giving the place a vibrant thrill.
While shopping for jewellery in Johari Bazar, do not forget to shop for colorful Bandhni (tie and dye) and block printed fabrics, bangles, wooden handicrafts, Jaipuri blankets. Also make it a point to visit Laksmi Mistanna Bhandar in Johari Bazar which is famous for its mouth watering Rajasthani sweets.
A flea market nestled between Choti Chaupar and Manak Chowk near City Palace of Jaipur, Tripolia Bazaar is famous for being the biggest hub of utensils made of stainless steel, brassware, ironware and fabrics. Besides, this market is also famous for authentic carpets and durries with painted motifs of figurines, flora and fauna styled in Indo-Heratic design.
Nehru Bazar and Bapu Bazaar
Tourists with a fetish for slippers and colorful shoes must head to Nehru and Bapu Bazaar area nestled between Sanganeri Gate and New Gate and for artistic and crafted slippers called ‘Mojris’ from camel skin. Shop for leather items, jewellery, perfumes and textiles from these two traditional roadside markets in Jaipur and do not forget to bargain with the shopkeepers.
Tourists with a knack for art and sculpture should visit Chandpoel Bazar where marble sculptors and artisans as well as painters continue creating marvelous masterpieces in Khazane Walon ka Rasta.
Located at the junction of Babu Harish Chandra Marg and Chaura Rasta Kishanpole Bazar is renowned in Jaipur for fascinating Bandhni fabrics and artwork on the textiles which are made from white cloth immersed in colors and then tied and dyed to create the masterpiece famous all over the world.
The longest bazar in Jaipur city located very close to Hawa Mahal; Sireh Deori market runs from the city’s eastern to western gate crisscrossing the City Palace. Do shop for leather shoes and slippers, wooden puppets, colorful fabrics, Jaipuri quilts and many more items from Sireh Deori Bazaar while on a trip to Jaipur.
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