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As the name suggests, Khazana Walon Ka Rasta is a treasure trove of sorts for die hard shoppers. This street is especially known for its delicately designed stone-cut sculptures and marble artworks sold at the stores lined along the road. Each piece of art is unique and a testament to the skilled artisan's attention-to-detail while creating these masterpieces. A visit here is sure to make you pick up more than you anticipated buying; such is the choice, elegance and originality of every artifact on display.
The MI Road or Mirza Ismail Road is a main road in the city of Jaipur that you just can’t avoid. Experience unparalleled shopping options and explore an incredible royal charm at this junction. Famous for its popular landmarks namely Ajmeri Gate and Rajasthali emporium, the road is one of the most active spots in the city that enjoys a high repute.
Falahaar marks its presence across the city as a popular fasting snack outlet. Here, you can sip on the world-famous lassi and munch on delicious local delicacies like sabudana khichdi and dahi vada. The desserts are lip-smacking with shri khand and mango kalakand standing out. This place is mainly crowded by locals throughout the week.
Through the Rajasthali Handicraft Emporium, the Rajasthan Small Industries Corporation Ltd. has been creating Rajasthani handicrafts. This government recognized body is known for offering amazing vintage items at very reasonable prices. There is a fixed price on every product that you set your eyes on. Products available here are furniture, bangles, saree, bed covers, etc.
The whole “factory” look of Shree Carpet & Textile Mahal can be misleading at times. Unknown to many, this hidden gem also deals in retail sale of carpets manufactured here as well as imported from states all over the country; Kashmir, Uttar Pradesh and Delhi to name a few. As soon as you step past the huge white gates, you’d notice a bunch of weavers transforming raw materials into masterpieces. Moving a little further, you will be led to a space, where you can browse through their collection. Shree hardly has a shopper friendly environment to boast about, but this is intentional. And although you can always walk in for a quick look, it is advisable to get a prior appointment as random window shopping is not always well received here.
Convenient location and a decent collection of handicrafts and clothes make Khadi Bharat an apt place for souvenir shopping. This shop may not be in the same league as some of the bigger names in Jaipur, but it affords a collection worth taking a look at. More known for its Khadi textiles, Khadi Bharat also sells mojris, block-printed kurtis and the traditional 'tie and dye' textile. One can also browse through a collection of marble and wooden furnitures or other home decoration items. All said and done, Khadi Bharat is a rescue point for all those last minute shoppers.