Open Time : 10:30 AM to 8:00 PM
Entry : free
Address : Bapu Bazar, Nehru Bazar Road, Film Colony, Pink City, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
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Why to visit Bapu Bazaar
The genuineness, vivacity, and affordability of the products in the many shops draw travelers from all over the country. The area is known for its leather goods and camel-skin juts. It is flanked on both sides of the road by pink rustic buildings, and is a one-stop shop for all the enticing Rajasthani things since you can nearly get everything for a fair price.
Things To Buy
- You can buy Rajasthani traditional lehenga-choli, bandhej salwar suits, sculptures of marble, home decors and more.
- Here you may get traditional Jaipuri bangles called Lac Bangles. Ethnic neckpieces, fashionable earrings, sequined necklaces, and other accessories are stacked high in the stores.
- Also, there are a few more costly leather items including wallets, shoes, and purses.
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Visit For: Mojri Jutis, Crafty Souvenirs, Decorative Items
Nearest Metro Station: Chandpole Metro Station (4 km)
Ideal Duration: 1 hour
FAQ on Bapu Bazaar
How to reach Bapu Bazaar?
Bapu Bazar is 4 kilometres from Jaipur Junction Train Station and is situated in the heart of the city at Chaura Raasta. To get here comfortably, one can take an auto rickshaw or a cab from one of the top automobile rental firms in Jaipur.
What can you get at Bapu Bazaar that is the best?
The best items to purchase at Bapu Bazaar include leather goods, traditional lehengas, textiles, handicrafts, mojri juttis, and more.
What time of day is ideal for visiting Bapu Bazaar?
The best time to visit Bapu Bazaar in Jaipur is any time of year, but the winter months from November to March are preferable because of the mild daytime temperatures. The heat of the summer makes it challenging to shop and promenade during the day. But, evenings are pleasant.
The things are typically overpriced, especially for visitors, which makes avid bargainers the biggest winners here. Apart from that, make sure to try the delectable kulfi-falooda and beat the heat by roaming the busy streets.
By Mehrosh Shamim
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