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Style City: Top 10 Markets In Jaipur For Every Shopaholic’s Bucket List

The moment you hear Jaipur, you imagine the beautiful monuments, the wide range of fabrics, sandals, gorgeous gems and oh the exhilarating camel rides. Capital of Rajasthan, famous for its food, palaces and clothes, Jaipur has been the most famous tourist spot in India. The biggest mistake one can make while they visit Jaipur is not visiting the wonderful markets spread throughout the city. Famous for its printed materials, Jaipur has one of the best markets in India you can shop from. So what are you waiting for? Pack your bags and head over to these famous markets in your beloved city (while following Covid-19 precautions, obviously)! 

Top 10 Places To Shop In Jaipur

1. Tripolia Bazaar

If you want to get your hands on some nice traditional jewellery, Tripolia Bazaar is the place for you. They have got the largest collection of bangles and is one of the oldest and busiest street markets in Jaipur. You can also have great food at the local restaurants after a nice shopping evening, the food here is just yum. Located close to City Palace and Chhoti Chaupar, this market is just 2 km away from Chandpole Metro Station.

TC46 Loves: Don’t miss out on the famous lac jewellery and traditional handlooms.

2. Johari Bazaar 

As Jaipur is the hub of jewellery markets that reflect the rich heritage of the city, here you can find a variety of ornaments including one with gems. You can get precious as well as semi-precious stones. When it comes to clothes, Johari Bazaar is famous for tie and dye fabrics and leheriya sarees

TC46 Loves: It’s the perfect place to shop for gems, jewellery, handicrafts, furniture and art.

3. Chandpole Bazaar 

One of the most rewarding places to visit in Jaipur, here you can find beautiful juttis and anklets. The art pieces here are marvellous too, we can say for sure that you won’t return home without buying one. The shopping experience here is amazing because of places like Khajane Walo Ka Rasta and Silvaton Ka Maholla as these places are filled with beautiful marble sculptures. Chandpole Bazaar is located in Topkhana Desh in Jhotwara. 

TC46 Loves: This is the go-to market for marble artefacts, handicrafts, furniture and art.

4. Nehru Bazaar 

Nehru Bazaar is a haven for someone who loves shoes, here you’ll find shops and lanes filled with juttis available in a variety of colours and designs. Locals call it the best place to shop shoes as here you’ll find exciting designs at really affordable prices. However, here your bargaining skills will come to great use. This market is located close to Hathhoj Bus Stop.

TC46 Loves: Get the best of juttis, handicrafts and fabrics here.

5. Kishanpole Market

This one market is loved by both locals and tourists. If you are just visiting Jaipur for work or a trip and are looking to get some gifts for your friends and family from Jaipur, this is the place you must visit. If you are looking to shop for clothes here you can get the best Rajasthani fabric. This fabric is of high quality and made by local artisans of Rajasthan. Here you can get any and everything that is suitable for gifting purposes. Kishanpole Market is located in Choti Chopad. 

TC46 Loves: Visit for mojari shoes, crafty souvenirs, decorative items and the popular Rajasthani fabric.

6. Bapu Bazaar 

This is the most famous market even for people who are not from Jaipur. Here you can find products starting from the price of Rs 50, unbelievable, right? Here you can get things like Rajasthani print textiles, mojris, camel leather products and almost anything and everything Jaipuri. Located near the Sindhi Camp, this market has such an affordable range of products that you won’t even have to bargain.

TC46 Loves: Find some fun souvenirs, decor pieces and mojris here.

7. Sireh Deori Bazaar

If your wardrobe needs leather shoes, we would highly recommend you to visit Sireh Deori Bazaar as it has some great camel leather products available. This market also sells yummy snacks you can binge on. With a huge collection of home decor, fashion as well as shoes this market makes it to our top 10 list without a doubt. Located just opposite the Hawa Mahal, this market is a sight to see in itself. 

TC46 Loves: Find the best of home decor and home souvenirs like quilts, cushions, bedspreads and more.

8. Tibbati Market 

Tibbati is very famous for offering a range of fashion products at low prices. The best market to shop Jaipuri clothes, this a seasonal market because of its best collection of winter clothes. So if you are in Jaipur from November to January, you must absolutely visit this market located in Kanwar Nagar.

TC46 Loves: Shop for Tibetan artefacts, sweaters and woollens here.

9. Anokhi Textiles

Anokhi Textiles is actually unique and has one-of-its-kind showrooms. You can visit this place on your trip to Amer Fort and find hand-printed and block-printed textiles in all colours and designs. Here you can find the most stylish clothes and if you want to learn more about block printing you can visit the museum near Amber Fort. This market is located near the NRI Circle bus stop.

TC46 Loves: Get home décor, textiles, stationery, table items and linen.

10. The Gem Palace

This is the go-to place for anyone who is looking to shop jewellery from Jaipur. The palace is known for being a heritage that belongs to the Kasliwal family and has been operational since 1852. Here you can find antique as well as traditional jewellery and this has to be one of the places you visit while in Jaipur. This palace is located on MI Road in New Colony.

TC46 Loves: Don’t forget to take a look at the antique jewellery and charms here.

These are the top 10 places you can visit while you are in the Pink City of India. All of these markets are quite affordable so that you can shop your hearts out. Which one would you visit first? Let us know in the comments.

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