Let lose the shopaholic inside youJaipur is authentic, traditional, colorful and pink. It's bright, vibrant and alive and the maximum at its infamous bazaars where you will be spoilt for choice be it in traditional jewellry, clothes, gemstones, handicrafts, jootis, dupattas, mojaries or marble sculptures in the street markets of Johari Bazaar, Tripolia Bazaar, Chandpol Bazaar, Mirza Ismail Road (MI road), Nehru Bazaar, Bapu Bazaar, Choti and Badi Chopad.
Johri Bazaar If you love collecting gems, jewels, handicraft, ethnic wear or even spices. This market has it all. Strike up a conversation with the street vendors, get your fill of bargaining and take home pretty trinkets and memorabilia of your time in Jaipur. Walk through the inner lanes and see the daily life unfolding from 10 am into the late evening.Tip: Take a sneak-peak into the best places to wander and shop in Johri Bazaar
Imagine walking the streets of a bazaar that was built for the royalty of Jaipur! That’s what Johari bazaar is for you, at least that is what it was, back in the 1700's when it was built by Rajasthani royalty right next to the Hawa Mahal.Today, we have some of Rajasthan’s most prized treasures – meenakari jewellery, bandhani and leheriya fabrics, spices and foods, silver and oxidised silver jewellery, juttis and many more things. Just a walk along the streets of the colourful Johari bazaar is all that we need to feel all the vibrancy and beauty that Jaipur is made up of.
Johari Bazaar and Baapu Bazzar are the two local markets of the city where you can find modern and traditional silver jewellery. Drape yourself in the lovely bandhani dupattas, swirl around in the skirts and suits and check out the Mojaris (Punjabi juttis) and quilts available at the quaint shops.Eat