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  • 1. Anokhi


    This is a leading shop for elegant ethnic wear, mostly in cotton, some silk, with hand block prints and paisley patterns. The selection includes...Read More

  • 2. Amprapali Jewels

    Panch Batti | Jewelry/Accessories

    A favorite among trendy and wealthy Indians for its whimsical silver and ornamental trinkets, as well as semiprecious stone artifacts. ...Read More

  • 3. Anokhi Museum


    To learn more about the hand block printing and textiles with natural pigments and dyes that you might want to shop for, check out this museum...Read More

  • 4. Artchill


    This is Jaipur's leading gallery of contemporary art. There's a larger branch with an exhibit area of more than 5,000 square feet, in Amber...Read More

  • 5. Bhuramal-Rajmal Surana Showroom

    Moti Dhungri | Jewelry/Accessories

    For precious jewels, including gold ornaments, seek out this showroom, known worldwide for its kundan (a glasslike white stone) and mina...Read More

  • 6. Chameli Valon ka Rasta


    If you're willing to bargain, head for this lane within the walls of the old city to negotiate for silver and semiprecious jeweled ornaments...Read More

  • 7. Cottons

    Civil Lines | Textiles/Sewing

    Managed and staffed by women, Cottons carries simple, attractive clothes for men and women, as well as small bags, quilts, and other decorative...Read More

  • 8. Forest Essentials


    India's answer to L'Occitane is cheaper and has a wide range of ayurvedic as well as naturally made and herbal products, including fragrances...Read More

  • 9. Gem Palace

    Panch Batti | Jewelry/Accessories

    Shop here for Jaipur's best gems and jewelry, and a small collection of museum-quality curios, and you'll join the ranks of a royal clientele...Read More

  • 10. Jaipur Blue Pottery Art Center


    A broad selection of Rajasthan's fetching blue pottery is available here, including a large selection of tiles, bathroom fittings, cups, plates...Read More

  • 11. Khadi Ghar


    A good place to pick up practical gifts, this national cooperative sells natural herbal soaps and shampoos, oils, incense, Khadi (hand spun...Read More

  • 12. Khazana Walon ka Rasta


    For specialty shops, wander through this lane in the old Pink City (accessible through Chandpol gate), and watch stone-cutters create artworks...Read More

  • 13. Neerja International


    The blue pottery here is particularly funky—the designer, owner Lela Bordia, has been at the forefront of the movement to keep the craft alive...Read More

  • 14. P.M. Allah Buksh and Son

    Panch Batti | Crafts

    Established in 1880 and still selling the finest hand-engraved, enameled, and embossed brassware—including oversize old trays and historic armor...Read More

  • 15. Rajasthali


    If you have limited time and lots of gifts to buy or don't relish bargaining, head to this enormous, government-run emporium in the center of...Read More

  • 16. Soma

    C-Scheme | Textiles/Sewing

    Catering to the ultra-elegant crowd, Soma is filled with vibrant colors. Here you'll find chutneys, clothing for women and children, and decorative...Read More

  • 17. Tilak Gitai

    C-Scheme | Crafts

    A special treat for lovers of miniature paintings is a trip to the home of award-winning artist Tilak Gitai, who creates exquisite miniatures...Read More

  • 18. Popular Art Palace

    C-Scheme | Crafts

    The Popular Art Palace is great for both brass and wooden furniture, as well as miniature crafts and antiques. tried locating the place for...Read More

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