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Bustling Bazaars of Old Jodhpur


On this dedicated bazaar walk, you will explore the wholesale grain market, the bamboo market, the shops of the spice sellers, colourful local grocery shops, milk and local cheese stalls, tea shops, fabric and jewellery shops; then there are the shops selling agricultural implements, fruits and vegetables, local beauty products…the list is endless! One of the oldest markets in the city Sardar Market is said to have over 6,000 tiny shops hawking all manner of goods.

Every little shop in these market places presents interesting insights about life in this region of Rajasthan. Colourfully dressed men and women from adjoining rural areas flock to this market for their needs, so this walk also provides great opportunities for seeing different communities that make up the Marwar region.

Why you will love it

  • Exploring the different markets of Jodhpur
  • Breakfast followed by a stroll to enjoy the vibrant and colourful  local life 
  • Chatting up street vendors of the city

What you will experience

On this dedicated bazaar walk, you will enjoy encounters with spice sellers, grocery shops, vendors manning local stalls specialising in milk and Indian cheese and shopkeepers hawking traditional tie & dye textiles. Then there are the jewellery shops, leather shops and bangle shops to indulge ourselves on this sensory journey through the market streets. We will revive ourselves with samplings of local delicacies such as mishri mawa and kachoris and wash it all down with a cooling, flavourful Lassi. This walk also provides great opportunities for meeting local people dressed in colourful traditional clothes; their welcoming smiles and warm hospitality will surely win the hearts of many.

On Request | 2.5 hours | Walking Tours


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