Shopping is an activity which is loved by all. It is collecting things from the place visited and kept as a memory. Jaipur is a place where delight whether, from big malls or the local streets, the State’s flavor is evident everywhere. It is a real treat, as some fabulous places stock unique and high-quality items. For example Precious and semi-precious gems. They are most sought after along with blue pottery and textiles.
Bandhani is another print that makes Jaipur and Rajasthan popular. Bandhej is an art of dyeing cloth in some particular ways that result in different pattern formation. Several knots are made with thread on the piece of fabric to be dyed. Bright, colorful Bandhani sarees in red, green, and yellow usually make a part of Rajasthani brides’ trousseau.
BUY FROM: Kishanpole bazaar, Bapu Bazar, Johri Bazar( 10:30 AM to 8:00 PM, open all days)
Jaipur’s Jewellery is one of the most worn pieces of Jewellery in the world. Brides and women wear Kundan necklaces worldwide to appreciate tradition. Jaipur is famous for its Jewellery, which can be evident in its markets and bazaars, a place for different jewelry styles like Thewa Jewelry, Kundan Jewelry, and Jadau Jewellery.
Imitation pieces such as Jadau, meenakari, Kundan, pearls are available. Heavy bridal jewelry sets, bangles, earrings, pendant sets, anklets, Maang-Teeka, hair- accessories
BUY FROM: Johari Bazaar, Tripolia Bazaar, Chandpol Bazaar(10:00 AM to 9:30 PM, open all days)
PRICE: Starts at Rs. 200-500
Meenakari works add a distinguished charm and beauty to the articles and is a significant attraction in Jaipur. This lightweight but rich look jewelry is a must-buy in Jaipur. Made by different precious gems like rubies, emeralds, diamonds, and sapphires with basa e metal like gold and silver.
You can find Rajasthan’s traditional work style in any color. However, the most significant colors you will find are red and green. These designs are generally lightweight but are extremely attractive, especially when done on Jhumkas.
BUY FROM: Sireh Deori Gate, Nehru Bazar( 10:30 AM to 8:30 PM, open all days.)
4.Rugs and carpets
Jaipur is also famous for its hand-knotted carpets in wool and silk. Jaipur Rugs are one of the most effective exported handmade products from India. The quality carpets measured in terms of no. Knots per centimeter – the higher the knots, the better the quality and higher the price.
BUY FROM: Saurashtra Impex Amer Road, Vimla International Amer Road, and Achrol House Subhash Chowk
PRICE: Starts from few thousand to lakhs of rupees.
The name ‘blue pottery’ originated from the eye-catching blue dye used to color the pottery. Only a few blue pottery workshops are available around Jaipur. The center gives you a small demonstration of the art form. Later on lets you roam around in its double-story showroom. The place is full of colorful potteries, primarily in blue and yellow. There are pots and pans, soap cases, Jewellery, and games.
BUY FROM: Civil Lines, Bapu Bazaar, Mirza Ismail Road, Nehru Bazar(10:30 AM to 8:00 PM, open all days)
PRICE: Starts at Rs.300 up to some thousands
Indistinctive colorful Mojris of Jaipur. A wide variety of mojris is available in Jaipur. There are numerous designs of this Rajasthan style footwear which is the biggest attraction. You get both simple, colorful footwear and embellished ones with Threadwork, mirror work, zari work, applique, beads, and patchwork.
BUY FROM: Bapu Bazar, MI Road, Gaurav Tower, Chandpol Bazaar (10:00 AM to 9:30 PM, open all days)
PRICE: Starts at 200/-
lehriya saree are available in different quality, pattern, and design, makes them attractive in Jaipur, and a must buy. The vivid combinations of these sarees are available at an affordable price as well. Lehariya comes from the word Lehar or Waves. Therefore the fabric has a pattern of waves on it, usually in two colors. One is a base color, and the other makes the random diagonal lines on it.
BUY FROM: Jauhari Bazaar, Bapu Bazaar (10:00 AM to 9:00 PM, open all days)
PRICE: Starts from Rs 200/-in georgette or crape for as high as Rs 20,000/-.
8.Block print textile
Sanganer and Bagrubloack print work are famous for their unique patterns. Renowned in fashion, this form of printing is widespread among females during summers on cotton fabrics. Ahmedabad, Surat, and Kutch district in Gujarat and Jaipur are the main hubs. Espescially for the manufacture and export of block-printed materials and garments.
BUY FROM: Kishanpole Bazaar (11:00 AM to 9:00 PM, closed on Sundays)
Rajasthan state is well known for its various schools of miniature paintings. Another option is small pictures are on marble plates or illustrations made with gemstone dust.
Batik paintings are another artwork rarely found in Jaipur. They made up the paintings from cotton textiles in vibrant colors and decorations. It can be framed and make great gifts, visitors buying these by the hordes in the bazaars of Jaipur.
BUY FROM: Art Bank on M.I Road( 10:30 AM to 8:00 PM closed on Sundays)
The State ranks as the richest among all Indian states for various items. For example bags, textiles, Jewellery, and other decor work. The high-quality embroidered bed sheets are also one of the best things to buy in Jaipur.
The city is famous for its hand-knotted carpets in wool and silk. Jaipur Rugs are one of the most oversized exported handmade products from India.
BUY FROM: Chandpole Bazaar (10:30 AM to 8:00 PM, closed on Sundays)
PRICE: Starts at INR 200 each for bags
Lac bangles are the touch of class and richness with quality. Available in beautiful designs, they are trendy amongst women. Makers identify each celebration with a distinct style of bangle design.
BUY FROM: Tripolia Bazaar(10:30 AM to 8:00 PM, closed on Sundays), Bapu Bazaar
PRICE: Starts from Rs. 100.
Quilts of Jaipur are most famous for being lightweight and durable without making any compromise on warmth. Unlike the usual Indian quilts, these are far from boring. Also available in fancy bright colors, patterns, block print, patchwork, etc.
BUY FROM: Badi Chaupar market, Anokhi, and Ridhi Sidhi textiles Amer Road (10:00 AM to 11:00 PM, open all days)
PRICE: starts around INR 600