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Hidden Bazaars of Jaipur


The city of Jaipur is turning into a hub for shopaholics with its increasing numbers of malls and fashion outlets in almost every art of the pink city. But the city is well known for its best bargain shopping too. Follow the narrow lanes and the whiff of street foods, explore the hustle between the pink walls of the city, and there you are at one of the famous bazaars of Jaipur.
Strolling around Jaipur and not going to Johri Bazaar, Chandpole, Kishanpole, Badi Chaupar or Tripolia Bazaar would be a dull spree.
Wait? Are you missing on something?
Yes, you are!
We roam around these beautiful bazaars and never realise. The Bazaars, hidden between the big well-known streets of Parkotas and Other Markets.

1. Sireh Deori Bazaar: 

Roam around the place and spend a lot. The market is located right opposite to the longevous Hawa Mahal.
The spot is one of the best bargain shopping markets where you can spend your entire day just window-shopping or buying some beautiful handcrafted stuff for your home decor.

 

2. Sanganer Market:

Sanganer market is famous for amazing handmade papers and block printing stuff. The market is located in the north of Sanganer. This is one of those markets in Jaipur which will serve your day with beautiful lahariya and bandej sarees, Block printed bedsheets and Hand Made Paper.

 

3. Ramganj Bazaar:

Ramganj Bazaar is located between Badi Chaupar and Ramganj Chaupar. The market is famous for silver jewelery, betel – haath accessories, shoes, sandals, kurta pajamas, hot spices, vegetarian restaurants, Urdu books, clothing, Manihari, toys , crockery, plastic goods, Handloom etc. Surrounded by famous bazaars of Jaipur, the shopping spot is the result of Emperor’s supervision.

 

4. Dadha Market:

Adjacent to Ramjang Bazaar (market) is Dadha Market. Dadha Market, also known as Dhade is famous for fabrics, unstitched suits, sarees, and women cosmetics.
With hundreds of shops on both sides of the narrow lane of Dadha, there are some delectable and lip smacking food kiosks to splurge upon.

 


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