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Tripolia Bazaar is one of the most busy markets/streets in Jaipur. It is mainly for local people. But walking here is a good activity if you like to see the local life. On one corner of the market there are several shops which only sell...More
Huge collection of clothes, accessories like bangles, bindis, designer earrings & braces and more Jaipuri traditional household items. Gift articles at reasonable price and located in the main part of the city.
Definitely recommend heading here when visiting Jaipur. Very close to many of the tourist attractions based in the centre of Jaipur. So many different shops selling a massive range of item such as souvenirs, bangles, clothing, etc. Could easily have spent hours here!
I went here when the Rajasthani festival of Teej was being celebrated.
It was wonderful. Crowds had gathered to witness the celebration. Processesions were taken out on streets. It was decorated and auspicious prayers we're carried out. Wonderful scene to watch. Colourful facade was encompassing...More
Amazing Jewelry Shop in the Pink City!!! In the center of the old city we found the most beautiful rings, earrings, necler, etc. All with beautiful stones!!!
212-13 2nd Floor, Kishore Niwas, Opp. Isarlat, Tripolia Bazar, Jaipur 302002(RA) India
This is one of the main places to shop in Jaipur, you can buy almost anything.
It's a great place to wander whether you are actually wanting to buy something or just see what's going on. Some of the shopkeepers can be s bit pushy...More
Just one of the shopping areas that make up most of the Pink City, the Tripolia Bazar stretches west to east across Jaipur. Jewellery, ironmongery, spices, confectionery and textiles are all traded in small outlets fronting the roadway.
All the shop boards are written in typical Hindi, may be just like how it always had been in the past. Old structures of shops in the vicinity of Hawa Mahal gives you a feeler of how the a BAZAR is supposed to look. Art...More