Bazaar of Jaipur
Bapu Bazaar and Nehru Bazaar Do visit the Bapu Bazaar or Nehru Bazaar to get the popular 'Mojri' footwear!!! Made up of soft camel leather and artistically embroidered, the footwear is available in vibrant colors and that too at comparatively low prices.
Locally called as 'Juti', the footwear is known for comfort and durability. Apart from this both the bazaar has many shops dealing in fabrics and sari along with a variety of original leather goods like bags and purses and local perfumes and trinkets. Bapu Bazaar is located within the old city area
between the Sanganeri Gate and New Gate while Nehru Bazaar lies on the western side of Bapu Bazaar till the Ajmeri Gate. Nehru bazaar closes on Tuesday while Bapu Bazaar closes on Sunday.
Kishanpol Bazaar Kishanpol Bazaar is the famous market of the city known for textiles and wooden furniture. Running parallel to Baba Harish Chandra Marg and Chaura Rasta, this bazaar
is a special place to buy Bandhani textiles. Bandhani or tie & dye is a skillful art practiced in Jaipur on a large scale. The fabrics are tied into small knots using threads and are dipped into an array of beautiful colors. After dyeing these knotted parts remain uncolored creating different designs and
patterns. The popular patterns are mothda, the chequered design, lahariya, the diagonal strips, shakari, the human and animal figures and ekdali, the design of small circles and squares.
Tripolia Bazaar Between the Manak Chowk and Chhoti Chaupar lies the Tripolia Bazaar known for ironware, brassware and carpets. However, the bazaar has many shops dealing in utensils, rugs, textiles, furniture, trinkets and range of other items. The Maniharon ka
Rasta of this bazaar is a good place for lac bangles. Apart from this, do look for carpets in this bazaar, as Jaipur is known for colorful and elegantly designed carpets right from the days of Maharaja Sawai Ram Singh II (1835-1880). Known for Indo-Heratic designs, the motifs used in the carpets are
human figures, landscapes, flora, fauna and geometric. Durrie, a type of low quality carpet is also available here, nowadays used as an alternative for carpets. The bazaar is closed on Sunday. However the best place for carpets and durries in the city is Achrol House, Subhash Chowk.
Khazana Walon Ka Rasta Parallel to Baba Harish Chandra Marg on its western side is situated the lane of Khazana Walon Ka Rasta, famous for stone carved sculptures. A wide variety of sculptures of any size are available here.