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Sireh Deori is a well-known market located near the beautiful Hawa Mahal. One can spend the entire time window-shopping as this area has an amazing choice from stitched Jaipur quilts to leather shoes, juttis, mojaris, puppets, knick-knacks, and colourful textiles. The vibrant colors and local artworks are sure to catch your eye. Besides, this is a great spot for some good bargains and budget shopping!
Roop Rani Bangles deal with the manufacturing, exporting and trading of all handcrafted jewelry which is made in Rajasthan. This shop has existed for more than a decade now and remains quite popular among locals and tourists alike.Although the shop specializes in different kinds of bangles and bracelets, they also offer a couple of other pieces like necklaces and pendants. Bangles come in a rainbow of colors and a variety of material including metal, glass, lac and crystal.
Maniharon Ka Rasta showcases the best in Lacquer art made by the local craftsmen in Jaipur. They make souvenirs out of a number of articles like animals, ashtrays covered in lacquer, etc. For the ladies they have accessories like bangles, finger rings, toe rings, anklets nose rings, etc. This craft has brought a lot of fame that it even won two awards by the President of India for Master Crafts Person.
Jaipur is known as 'Gem City of India', and Johari Bazaar is a magnificent testament to this fact. The finest ethnic jewelry including gold, silver, precious and semi-precious stones are displayed at all the stores in this market. The endearing collection features pendants, earrings, necklaces, bangles and other accessories that are intricately designed by skilled artisans. For those who are ready to shell out a bit more, the Kundan and Minakari art are some of the luxuriant and exquisite choices in jewelry. Also, it is best to be well informed about gemstones before you enter here.
A city of strange blends when it comes to shopping, Jaipur is where you will find malls selling branded stuff and also glorious old fashioned bazaars which refuse to go out of style. On such example is that of Bapu Bazaar, where best bargains on Mojris, perfumes and traditional tie-and-dye textiles are available. Embroidered shoes made of camel skin is yet another specialty here. This bazaar is one among the six important bazaars of Jaipur and is very popular with the tourists. And if at all you want to take a break from the riot of sights, sounds and colors, indulge in some local snacks sold by roadside vendors. Trust this place to take up a lot of your time as it has so much to offer.
There is no better place to purchase fine Indian jewelry than Jaipur, the land of the royals. The Gem Palace is situated in the heart of the city and offers an eclectic collection of traditional, royal-style ornaments. Its jewels and objets d'art are displayed in the Metropolitan Museum of Art and sold at Barneys in New York. In the decades it has been in business, its prestigious clients have included Lord Mountbatten and Lady Edwina Mountbatten, Spanish and British royal families, Hollywood and Bollywood film stars, and Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones. The showroom is situated in an ancient haveli (Rajasthani mansion) and evokes nostalgic yesteryear memories. The rich art pieces, motifs, decor items and ornaments date back from the Mughal times right up till jewels created by artisans in the early 20th Century.
Aashka is the highly successful venture of Udaipur's Princess Bhargavi and this Jaipur outlet is the brand's second store, the flagship being in Udaipur. The royal touch is evident in the luxury furniture, art forms, motifs and craft works presented in the showroom. Marble tables, pearl dressers, handcrafted fabrics and elegant mirrors, all find a place in its eclectic collection. From bronze idols of Lord Krishna to block printed cotton silk stoles and bed linen, this store has plenty to help you set up a stylish home, with a dash of ancient Indian design sensibilities.
If you are looking for an exquisite ornament replete with the intricate workmanship and a blend of Rajasthani and contemporary design, then a good idea is to head to Dwarkas. Whatever the occasion, this store has a piece of jewel art to go with it. Located in the C-scheme area, it is some distance away from the main bazaars of the city, but once here, you'd find it totally worth the trip. Dwarkas may not yet be branded as a 'trend-setter' internationally, but with branches across India and also in cities like New York and London, Dwarkas is well on its way to achieving global fame!
Opened by Siddharth Daspan and Aavriti Jain, Teatro Dhora is a beautiful addition to Jaipur's vibrant shopping scene. The Rajasthan-born duo first grasped the basics of a specialty store in Mumbai. They moved to Milan's Instituto Marangoni to polish their skills. Established in 2012 as a jewelry label, Dhora has come a long way, offering a trendy range of locally crafted fabrics and leather accessories. Collection comprises rustic furniture pieces, folk music albums, paintings and art installations that reflect the desert land's rich culture and ethos.