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Johari Bazaar in Jaipur

If you are in Jaipur, you can never return home without shopping some traditional Rajasthani items. As the pink city, Jaipur is reputed for its unique jewellery manufacturing, Johari Bazaar should be the ideal destination for every ornament lover. Located in the prime area of Jaipur, the Johari Bazaar is famous for its precious and semi precious stones, particularly diamonds, topaz and emeralds. It is the large scale exhibition of the alluring stones, which makes the Bazaar one of the most popular attractions in Jaipur.

While strolling in the renowned jewellery market, one would surely get overwhelmed by seeing a mammoth collection of certified emeralds and gems. However, one should keep his eye open for trustworthy vendors selling genuine jewellery. As Rajasthani ornaments can accentuate any dress, the market is a huge hit among the ladies. Besides shopping, the forever open Johari Bazaar is a great way to feel the multi-colored existence of the city of Jaipur.

Things to Buy From Johari Bazaar

Jewellery - Thewa and Kundan, traditional Rajasthani jewellery, can be found in this market. The bazaar is adorned with gold jewelry, silver jewelry, and precious stones like diamonds, emeralds, and rubies. 

Fabrics - Johari Bazaar has a wide selection of splendid Mojaris, Jutis, lehengas, and sarees with brilliant gemstones and vibrant Bandhejs. Among other things, there are a lot of shops selling tie-dye fabrics (typical of Rajasthan), Bandhani suits, and textile materials. Many other saree shops exist in the market, including Jaipur Saree Kendra, Rooplaxmi, Rana Saree Emporium, and Rattan Deep, among others.

Johari Bazaar has everything you need for a bridal wedding trousseau or a casual outfit.

Best Time To Visit Johari Bazaar

Johari Bazaar is best visited from October to March (during winter) for shopping, exploring the market, and sightseeing nearby. The clear weather and moderate temperature make the visit more enjoyable. 

Places To Eat In Johari Bazaar

You cannot miss the chance to try Rajasthani delicacies at Johari Bazaar! "Laxmi Mishthan Bhandaar", also known as LMB, is the most famous shop in the market. LMB is a landmark eatery in Johari Bazaar known for its mouthwatering Dahi Vadas and Kachori-Samosas. 

Near Johari Bazaar there are many restaurants and cafés that will excite your taste buds, including Poddar Misthan Bhandaar, Narayanji Gajak Wale, Rawat Sweets, Shri Shyam Chaat Bhandaar, and Govindam Retreat.

How to reach Johari Bazaar?

By Air: There is an international airport in Jaipur, which is the fastest way to reach the city. To get to the market, you can take a cab from the airport.

By Rail: You can take an auto or taxi from Jaipur Railway Station to Johri Bazar, which is 5 km away.

By Bus: The market is 5.0 kilometres from Badi Chaupar Bus Stop. Jaipur has good road connections so that you can reach it easily by road from nearby cities.

By Metro: Chandpole Metro station is the closest to Johari Bazaar, approximately 16 minutes away. Thus, it is not recommended that you take the Metro.


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