Jaipur – “The Pink City” will not only offer you some stunning forts and palaces to visit but a variety of places to shop from. There is so many options that it can overwhelm anyone. So here is a guide to the best shopping places in Jaipur. Bargain, splurge, do whatever you like to. There’s something for everyone.
Amongst the places to visit in Jaipur for shopping, Johari Bazaar is a jewelry lover’s paradise. One of the famous markets in Jaipur, the Johari Bazaar is the home to exquisite Jaipur jewelry and its intricate craftsmanship. From gold and silver jewellery to traditional kundan jewellery you can find it all here. Apart from the jewellery, the place is also famous for textiles, particularly traditional tie, and dye fabrics, leheriya and gota saris. While you’re there you can also buy traditional Rajasthani sarees and lehengas. That’s all of Rajasthan in one market, make the most of it.
Specialty: Precious gemstones, jewellery, handcrafted items, furniture and artworks
Timings: The timings are from 10 AM to 11 PM.
Easily recognized by red walls, Bapu Bazaar is an all-in-one marketplace when it comes to buying Jaipuri items. Here, you can find the best quality goods at a reasonable rate. Characterized by hustle and bustle of a typical Indian market, Bapu Bazaar is quite famous for products like Mojari footwear and leather items. One of the main features of this market is lac jewelry, which is definitely a must-buy! Jaipuri shawls and woolens, leheria stoles, perfumes, and handicrafts are some other products for which this bazaar is quite famous. The market is also the best place for someone with good bargaining skills.
Specialty: Mojari Footwear, Leather Products, Craft, Home Decor Items, Fabric Items, Dress Material
Timings: 10:30 AM to 8:00 PM
If you are a fan of beautiful bright prints and handcrafted fabrics, then Anokhi is the place to go. Anokhi is renowned for its quality block print textiles, particularly clothes. Their substantial Jaipur flagship showroom has a delightful cafe that serves mostly organic international cuisine. If you’re interested in learning about the art of block printing, Anokhi also has a remarkable museum near Amber Fort. There are daily demonstrations, as well as more detailed workshops. You can also support underprivileged women and children by buying the attractive products they make at Ladli, a vocational training center and residential shelter that welcomes visitors. This is one place you should not miss when in Jaipur.
Specialty: Block Print Textiles, Home Decor, Tableware, Stationery, Home Linen
Timings: 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM
One of the first things that come to mind when thinking of Jaipur is the famous blue pottery. And, one of the most famous places to find it is Kripal Kumbh. The significance of this place dates back to the 60s and since then it has been selling beautiful blue pottery. Made with quality and precision, the pottery steals every tourist’s heart. If you are looking for the shopping places in Jaipur city that sell qualitatively designed pottery items, then this place is for you. There are various items made with the similar motif here and are suitable to be gifted as souvenirs.
Specialty: Glazed Blue Pottery
Timings – 9.30 AM TO 6:00 PM (Sunday Close)
Renowned for selling varieties of bangles as well as beautiful lac jewelry, Tripolia Bazaar is one of the best shopping areas in the capital city of Rajasthan. Flanked by Chhoti Chaupar and Manak Chowk, the bazaar offers a traditional charm of the state and is looked upon as a sure short destination for various antiques, precious stones, and handicraft items like elegant carpets designed in Indo-Heratic fashion that feature themes and motifs like floral, landscape, and human figures. However, make sure you put your bargaining skills to good use to get some really good deals.
Specialty: Lac bangles and jewellery, brassware and ironware utensils, artefacts, furniture, miniature paintings, hand woven carpets and rugs
Timings: 10:30 AM to 8:00 PM, closed on Sundays
Sireh Deori Bazaar
This exquisite market located right next to the magnificent Hawa Mahal in the heart of the city. The bustling market is famed for its special Jaipuri quilts, comfortable and durable Camel leather shoes, delicious local cuisine, colourful textiles, and puppets. One can easily spend an entire day with family and friends while window shopping at the innumerable shops here that specialize in leather shoes, knickknacks and some traditional Rajasthani wall hangings.
Specialty: Home Decor, Snacks, Souvenirs, Quilts, Cushions, Bed Spreads
Timings: 10 A.M. – 11 PM
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