Hathi Pol Bazaar
Open Time : 10:30 am to 8:00 pm
Entry : free
Address : Hathipol Road, Old City, Silawatwari, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India
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Why to visit Hathi Pol Bazaar
Hathi Pol Bazar, named after Lake City's architectural stupefaction, draws tourists from all over the world. It's a great market with various handmade products, ranging from browsed leather shoes or mojaris and boutique clothing to sparkling home décor with Rajasthani quilts.
This is one of Udaipur's largest and best-known markets. Hathipole is a well-known market for purchasing traditional crafts, traditional Rajasthani clothes and shoes, and antique vintage articles.
Hathi Pol Bazaar is popular for:
- Sculpture and paintings
- Paintings in miniature from Rajasthan
- Pichwai Paintings
- Crafts made of wood
- Flamboyant Nagra slippers
Things to buy at Hathi Pol Bazaar:
- Beautiful handicrafts and artwork can be found here, such as the traditional Pichwai and Phad paintings from Rajasthan created by regional artists.
- Here, you'll find various stores selling Rajasthani traditional art and small paintings for negotiable prices.
- Jagdish Temple (100 m)
- Bagore ki Haveli (400 m)
- Doodh Talai (200 m)
FAQ on Hathi Pol Bazaar
What are the places to stay near Hathi Pol Bazaar?
Regenta Central Udaipur (0.8 km), Lake View Hotel (0.8 km) and Hotel Kalika Palace (0.7 km)are the places to stay near Hathi Pol Bazaar.
What are the places to visit near Hathi Pol Bazaar?
Jagdish Temple (100 m), Bagore ki Haveli (400 m) and Doodh Talai (200 m) are the places to visit near Hathi Pol Bazaar
What are the places to eatt near Hathi Pol Bazaar?
People Tree Cafe (500 m), Ambar (3.7 km), and Live Barbeque Grill (31 m) are the places to eatt near Hathi Pol Bazaar
How to reach Hathi Pol Bazaar?
Hathi Pol Bazaar is located near the city Palace. However, if you can reach the city Palace, you will get to the market as well.
Don't forget to buy Rajasthani miniature paintings on your visit. The market is closed on Sundays, hence you can visit all other days.
By Abhilasha Prasad