Open Time : 10:00 AM TO 9:00 PM
Entry : free
Address : Chandpole Bazar, Pink City, Jaipur, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
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Why to visit Chandpol Bazar
At Chandpol Bazar , the well-known Khazanewalon Ka Rasta is a treasure trove of elaborate footwear, delicately designed handicrafts, flawlessly crafted wood and stone sculptures and more. You can meet some of India's best marble artisans and laborers in person and learn more about their work at the nearby Silwaton ka Mohalla.
Also, don't forget to look into purchasing rare Jaipuri juttis and mojaries, which are handcrafted by traditional Jaipur artisans and stand out for their quality of work and designs, all while costing a relatively low sum. In this hopping market, there is something for everyone, and you will struggle to find something you don't like.
Other Things To Buy Here
- Timber and wooden handicrfats
- Lac bangles
- Embroidery and mirror work artefacts
- Dry Fruits
- Indian snacks
- Metal ornaments
- Salwar suits and kurtas
How To Reach
- Nearest Metro Station: Choti Chaupad Metro Station (100 m)
- Nearest Bus Stand: Sindhi Bus Stand (1.5 km)
Ideal Duration: 1-2 hours
Best Time To Visit: October to March
FAQ on Chandpol Bazar
Does Chandpol Bazaar provide parking facilities?
In Chandpol Bazaar, there is indeed a parking lot for visitors. Parking, however, is scarce, just like it is in other significant markets. You should thus park your cars in the Ramniwas Bagh parking, Rajiv Gandhi Parisar MI Road, Chaughan Parking space, or Aatish Market Parking area, as I highly recommend.
Does Chandpol Bazaar in Jaipur have any restaurants?
There are no fine eating places in the market. Even so, Chandpole Bazar contains some of Jaipur's greatest eateries for fast meals.
How to reach Chandpol Bazaar?
You may get to Chandpol Bazar using any kind of transportation. Both Choti Chaupad and Sindhi Camp Bus Stands are positioned within one to five kilometers. The market is around two kilometers from Jaipur Railway Station.
At this market, you can experience authentic Jaipur. Together with shopping, you can taste local cuisine and go back in time to renowned temples. Lakshmi Narayan Mandir, Choti Chopad, and Chandpole Gate Hanuman Temple are a few of the neighboring marketplaces.
By Mehrosh Shamim
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