Markets in Jaipur
Markets in Jaipur are like your best friend who always has a solution for your problems. Whether you’re looking for a bunch of lac earrings for your girl gang. Or a colorful pair of Jaipuri Jutis for a destination wedding. Or simply, an excuse to hog on the many, many trance-inducing sweets of the city. You’ll never have more fun (and imartis) than exploring the colorful lanes of a Jaipur shopping market.
And let’s be honest, a little bit of retail therapy never harmed anyone. No matter where you exist on the gender spectrum. On top of it, nobody needs more refreshing than you do. And how do we know that? Coz we’ve spent more time chilling with millennials (actually, 50,000 of them) than anyone else. In our Stanza Living residences in 22+ cities. So we have a solid idea of what you want. And especially what you don’t – cooking meals, cleaning your rooms, and definitely not spending time inside your boring PGs. It’s why you’ll find a chill common area (with foosball, pool tables, etc.) and all your boring household chores covered in our residences. Plus, we even help you out when you’re going out to explore. Like compiling this list of the ‘best shopping places in Jaipur’. So bookmark this list right now. Make it your second best friend.
Best Shopping Markets in Jaipur
The 8 best shopping places in Jaipur without doubt:
- Johari Bazaar
- Tripolia Bazaar
- Chandpole Bazaar
- Kishanpole Bazar
- Nehru Bazaar
- Sireh Deori Bazaar
- Bapu Bazaar
- Tibbati Bazaar
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The Johari Bazaar is the best market in Jaipur for Jewellery. You’ll find all sorts of Rajasthani Jewellery, precious gemstones, and intricate works of gold and silver. Probably why a huge number of people show up here before dhanteras. Even more than the number of IIT aspirants looking for ‘motivation’ on Quora.
Visit for: Jewellery, precious gemstones, handmade necklaces.
Timings: 10 AM-11 PM
Address: Johri Bazar, Gangori Bazar, Jaipur
If you’re looking for lac jewellery in Jaipur, Tripolia Bazaar is where you go. And for those who don’t know about lac, it’s a semi-solid substance extracted from a female insect called ‘Tachardia Lacca’. Basically, this is like Ant-Man working in partnership with Manikchand Jewellers. JK.
Visit for: Lac Jewellery
Timings: 10 AM – 7 PM
Address: Tripolia Bazar, Kanwar Nagar, Jaipur
Chandpole Bazaar is a local market in Jaipur for handicraft items. In fact, you should head to a street called ‘Khajane Walon ka Rasta’. It’s famous for marble items. Plus, a lot of beautiful rugs are sold there too. Now, we don’t know much about rugs (or marble). But if it makes our living room look dope in our ‘Zoom’ meetings, then we’re all for it.
Visit for: Handcrafted items, Marble decorates, Rugs, Carpets
Timings: 11 AM- 11 PM
Address: Indira Bazar, Topkhana Desh, Jhotwara, Jaipur
Another member on this list is ‘Kishanpole Bazaar’, a ‘Jaipur wholesale market’ for handicraft items. And it’s particularly famous for those wooden sculptures of animals and birds. Plus, these decorates are pocket-friendly and touristy at the same time. No wonder why your mum buys them in bulk on every family trip. One for each relative.
Visit for: Souvenirs, wooden sculptures
Timings: 11 AM-9 PM
Address: Kishanpole Bazar Road
Nehru Bazaar happens to be the most famous market in Jaipur to buy jutis. In fact, you’ll have a hard time choosing between the million colours combinations and designs of these iconic shoes. Remember the fascination of collecting converse shoes in the early 2000s? It’s like that. Except these are more budget-friendly and don’t just come in solid colors.
Visit for: Jaipuri Jutis, Shoe repair shops, Fabrics
Timings: 10.30 AM-7.30 PM
Address: Film Colony, Modikhana, Jhotwara, Jaipur
Sireh Deori Bazaar
Sireh Deori Bazaar is the cheapest market in Jaipur for small souvenirs, wall hangings, and all sorts of knickknacks. Plus, you’ll find a street selling Rajasthani puppets. This is not surprising as puppetry is a popular art form in the state. But if you have a fear of puppets or dolls (pediophobia), in that case, you might as well take the lane less traveled by. All thanks to Chucky and Anabelle.
Visit for: Rajasthani Puppets, Home decorables
Timings: 11 AM- 11 PM
Address: Sireh Deori Gate, Tulsi Marg, J.D.A. Market, Jaipur
If you’re looking for a ‘wholesale cloth market in Jaipur’, Bapu Bazaar is your answer. On top of that, shopkeepers will greet you with their collection of block-printed sarees and bandhani ties there. And sure, every one of them writes ‘fixed prices’ on their counter. But that doesn’t stop people from bargaining. In fact, drawing inspiration from ‘Bapu’, we can say, there’s complete ‘civil disobedience in the streets. Ok. Last PJ. Promise.
Visit for: Cloths, fabrics, Jaipuri Jutis
Timings: 11 AM-12 PM
Address: Bapu Bazaar, Jaipur
Tibbati Bazaar is a seasonal market that’s set up in the winters. You’ll find a lot of Tibetan souvenirs sold here. Including handcrafted items and Buddhist sculptures too. Plus, it’s the best ‘Jaipur cloth market’ for fast-fashion. And for convenience, they have a trial room in every shop. So you can change more clothes than in a fashion influencer’s ‘street-style fits’ reel. No kidding!
Visit for: Street fashion, Souvenirs
Timings: 10 AM-9 PM
Address: Gangori Bazaar, Tripolia Bazar, Kanwar Nagar, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302002
FAQs on Markets in Jaipur
Which are the best ‘Jaipur pink city markets’?
We’ve talked to major shopaholics and these are the top 3 markets in Jaipur:
- Johari Bazaar
- Bapu Bazaar
- Tibbati Market
What are the most Famous items to buy in a Jaipur market?
Well, the famous items to buy in Jaipur are:
- Rajasthani Jewellery
- Bandhani Dupatta
- Jaipuri handbags
Why is Jaipur called the Pink City?
During the rule of Sawai Man Singh I, the city was painted pink to celebrate the arrival of Albert Edward, the Prince of Wales in 1876. And many of the avenues have remained pink ever since. It’s why Jaipur is called the pink city.
Where should I go to Buy Jewellery in Jaipur?
Well, you should head to Johari Bazar for traditional jewellery and precious gemstones.
Is Jaipur an Expensive City?
Nope, not at all. In fact, it’s one of the most student-friendly cities in India. The reason why you’ll find a lot of coaching institutes, colleges, and universities there.
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