Ask anyone who has ever been to Jaipur and they will tell you that there is no shopaholic who won’t like a trip to the markets of Jaipur. Whether you want to buy clothing, footwear, jewellery or just want to satiate your wanderlust by roaming the beautiful by lanes lined with wares. Here are some dream destinations for shopping lovers in Jaipur:
This is one of the most vibrant market areas that you will come across in the city. Here, you can find anything from clothing and footwear to household items and handmade souvenirs to buy for your family and friends back home. Remember that the goods are generally overprices and you will have to bargain to get the right deal. Some wares that this market is famous for are:
- Blue Pottery
- Ornate trinkets
- Juttis or ethnic Indian footwear
- Colourful bangles and bracelets
Sireh Deori Bazaar
Located just opposite the famed Hawa Mahal, this is one of the most popular markets for street shopping. You will find dozens of hawker’s stalls lining the streets, selling everything from bags, puppets made of cloth and unique wall and ceiling hangings to take back home. This is one of the best places to buy camel leather products at reasonable prices. Make sure that you are aware of the rates of some common wares sold here as you might have to exercise your bargaining skills to get a good deal.
This is one of the oldest markets of Jaipur and is known for its shops and stalls selling jewellery of all kinds. The abundance of choices and options will leave you pleasantly surprised and you are likely to be spoilt for choice. You can find all kinds of jewellery here such as those made from gems, semi-precious stones, precious stones etc. at low prices. Also browse through a vast collection of wonderful, handmade items.
This is the best place to go to if you are looking for authentic Jaipuri items. This market is famous for selling colourful jootis and verities of textiles at the most reasonable prices. If you want to enjoy the famed street shopping of Jaipur, this is one of the best places to visit. The location of this bazaar is another point of attraction and you will get a good view of why Jaipur is known as “the pink city”.
Reaching Chennai From Jaipur
If you are looking forward to visiting these markets of Jaipur on your next vacation, there are a number of weekly Chennai To Jaipur Flights. Although rail routes are also existent, there is no better time-saving or convenient way to travel to Jaipur than air travel. In order to get the best offers on ticket bookings, make sure that you get your tickets at least 30-45 days in advance. IndiGo and Air Costa are the major airlines operating between these two cities. Flights leave from Chennai International Airport and land in Jaipur International Airport.