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this is India!
The streets are narrow, everyone and everything vies for space, you, other shoppers, cows, motorbikes, dogs!
Bargain hard otherwise you'll be ripped off. If you can get the shop owner to tell you a price, half if and stay at half -...More
If the cows and motorbikes could be diverted to parallel streets maybe the businesses here could enjoy more passing trade. As it is, you're constantly on the lookout for cow poop, speeding motorbikes and snarling dogs. Not a pleasant relaxing shopping experience.
IThe Gandhi circle is big circle and centre point of the city nearMandir palace. The Gandhi statue is quite god. The adjacent Gandhi emporium is ordinary in good building The place is suitable for snacks etc and you can contact several traveling agents. The Gandhi...More
This is a very busy shopping street so if it's shops you need this is where they are. But, this is shopping on the edge of the desert not in a city centre and appears to be mostly aimed at the local market plus tourist...More
The market is very good. You can weave easily through these alleys filled with shops offering an array of goods from local to from away.
The food is local and good and the restaurants are diverse.
In my 3 month textile and craft exploration of...More
Following centuries of trading this traditional market sells the fruit, vegetables and goods required by the inhabitants of the fort. As such many vows wander the area feeding on the scraps left by the traders and customers.