The old city market stretches all the way from Bhattiyani Chohatta to Ghanta Ghar and then Maldas street. Art galleries, boutiques, jewelry stores, miniature paintings, leather items, traditional and casual clothes, you name it and it’s there. From this market, you’re going to take a lot of shopping bags with you back home.
The market is majorly visited by the people who love handicrafts and bandhani print outfit. Apart from that, the market includes silver jewelry, souvenirs made with brass, marble, etc. Rajasthani footwear such as Mojris, Jootis, etc. can be found here as well.
The market is quite famous for gold and silver jewelry. In addition to that, you can find copperware, silverware, clothing materials, antique items, precious stones, etc. While you are shopping there, you can also find a number of street food eateries to keep your stomach filled.
At Sindhi Bazaar, you can find a number of items which you can take back home and it is at a walking distance from Sindhi Bazaar. The market involves all sorts of clothes for kids, women, and men. Though, shopping on a two-wheeler is recommended as it is generally crowded.
Bapu Bazaar is a multi-utility market where you can find almost everything from electronics, clothes, footwear, etc. There are a lot of street food shops also which serves a variety of food items to please your taste buds.