Shopping in Rajasthan
Rajasthan is a shoppers paradise! Its colourful and wonderful arts and crafts are famous the world over for their beauty and quality. A wide range of shopping establishments in Rajasthan offer fascinating handicrafts, which reflect the rich cultural heritage of the state. From the colourful fabrics to precious gems, the markets of Rajasthan are the ultimate destinations for shopping. Each destination of Rajasthan has a lot to offer in terms of shopping items.
Shopping in Jaipur
Jaipur is the perfect destination if you want to buy jewellery. Johari Bazaar in Jaipur is world famous for its silver, precious and semi-precious stone jewellery.
Shopping in Jaisalmer
Scan the markets of Jaisalmer for exquisitely carved wooden boxes, cotton rugs, blankets, embroidered fabrics, tablecloths in mirror work, puppets, jootis and silver jewellery.
Shopping in Jodhpur
The bustling bazaars of Jodhpur are known for tie and dye fabric, wooden toys, leather goods, paintings, jutis, antique furniture and silver jewellery.
Shopping in Kota
If you want to buy graceful saris, then Kota is the best bet. The town is known the world over for its saris called Kota Doriyas. These are checked-weaved cotton saris in light floral prints.
Shopping in Bikaner
In Bikaner you can buy amazing leather ware especially footwear, wool carpets, blankets, light cotton quilts and tie and dye fabrics.
Shopping in Chittaurgarh
Take back home wonderful handicrafts of Chittaurgarh such as painted wooden toys, printed fabrics, leather jutis and thewa gold jewellery in its own unique style.
Shopping in Udaipur
Pick up some fabulous shopping items from the markets of Udaipur?miniature paintings, terracotta tables and plaques, tie and dye fabric, embroidered fabrics and jutis, wooden toys, white metal objects, silver enamel artefacts and images of Lord Krishna in the Nathdwara style.
Shopping in Ajmer
The holy town of Ajmer offers wonderful shopping items such as Ittar (the traditional Mughal perfume), metal ware, brass show pieces with minakari work, block printed fabric, tie and dye fabric, hand embroidered cloth bags and leather belts.
Shopping in Mandawa
The markets of Mandawa teem with incredible paintings, brass ware, textiles, wood-carved furniture, metal utensils and bangles.