Shopping is indeed a delight in the pink city of Jaipur thanks to its rich treasure of bewitching jewellery, semi precious stones, beautiful gems, kundan and minakri work (enamel work on gold). Beautiful cotton fabric including sanganeri prints, tie-dye, and fine kota doria saries are the best buys for women. The exotic blue pottery, enamel ware and brass ware, make excellent souvenirs and gift items. The city is also famous for woollen carpets and cotton rugs, equally popular are the leather footwear, especially that embroidered Jooties.
The famous shopping spots are Rajasthali, Johari Bazaar, MI road, Nehru Bazaar, Bapu Bazaar, Chapur stalls. The markets are generally closed on Sundays.
Apart from the rich historical past, Jaipur's claim to fame also lies in that fact that it is great center for the manufacture of jewellery. Undoubtedly one of the most active jewel markets of the world the place is noted for precious and semi-precious stones.
India is famous for its gems and jewellery. You can witness this grand legacy at the Bahndari Jewellers showroom in Jaipur, India. Bhandari Jewellers is a premier shop for jewellery at affordable prices. A treasure-trove of glittering diamonds, exquisite emeralds, gleaming pearls and rubies, its jewellery range is mind-boggling. They are aesthetically designed in modern and innovative designs. In addition to this, you will find silver and brass handicrafts, sandalwood figurines, silk and paper paintings, at the Bhandari Jewellers showroom in Jaipur.
India is known for its fine carpet weaving tradition. The hereditary trade of carpet weaving is passed down for generations by families who operate family run businesses. With beautiful traditional designs and motifs including geometric and floral designs, the carpets, rugs, dhurries, and wall hangings woven by the deft fingers of the carpet weavers of India are renowned the world over.
Maharaja Carpets showcases the best of India's carpet weaving products at its showroom in Jaipur. Be amazed by the colors, the designs and the texture of the carpets of India, on display at Maharaja Carpets, Jaipur.