Shopping in Rajasthan, Jaipur
Widely considered to be the best shopping destination in Rajasthan, Jaipur provides a variety of outstanding shopping venues. The city boasts vibrant, colourful markets offering handicrafts, antiques, jewellery, gems, pottery, carpets, textiles and more. Many markets also sell authentic Indian spices and fresh fruits and vegetables.
The city’s bazaars are a glimpse of the vivacious culture of the area for tourists, who flock to the markets in search of a special souvenir or great deal. Popular Jaipur shopping destinations include Kishanpol Bazar, Haldiyon Ka Rasta, Mahiharon Ka Rasta, M.I. Road, Jauhari Bazar, Bapu Bazar and Nehru Bazaar. From handicrafts to hand-woven rugs and textiles, the items at these bazaars are one of a kind.
Fairmont guests enjoy easy access to the best shopping in Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan. Please see the front desk or Concierge for more information.
Jaipur Fabric and Carpets
The city is famous for its brightly colored fabric and textiles. Guests will find beautiful hand woven rugs, carpets and fabrics at several popular Jaipur shops, as well as its many bazaars, including the Tripolia, Kishanpol, Bapu and Nehru bazaars.
Jaipur boasts a rich history of artists and craftsmen, praised by the Royal Family for developing unique handicrafts that help set Jaipur apart from other areas in India. You can find a variety of home goods and décor items, as well as woven and beaded shoes, sculptures and fine art.
Jaipur Camel Leather Items
During your Jaipur shopping trip, look for leather goods, including jutis, mojaris (slippers), bags, sandals, shoes and purses at the city’s bazaars. Rajasthan is famous for its leather craft industry and many of its residents make a living by tediously sewing and crafting these beautiful pieces.
Jaipur Jewelry and Gems
Rajasthan has long been regarded as an important centre for beautiful traditional Indian jewellery and gems. Guests can find bangles, earrings, necklaces and a host of other beautiful handcrafted items for women, men and children at a variety of Jaipur shops.