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Johri Bazar

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"Johri Bazaar is the most popular area for jewellery. "Johri" in Hindi means a jeweller and naturally one can find an entire street with multiple jewellers including Birdichand Ganshyamdas. Johri Baazar is great to go to smaller vendors and buy some silver and oxidised silver accessories as well, however please ask for a certificate of authenticity. You can walk around and buy gemstones like rose quartz, emeralds, rubies even the rare pigeon blood rubies can be found with some jewellers. Interestingly I met a jeweller called Raj Jewellers who has made jewellery for Cartier & Bvlgari too. Meenakari or enamelling work which is very popular and uncut diamonds which are a form of traditional Indian jewellery can be found in heaps in Jaipur. If you are looking to take home a statement piece it can start as little as 500$ to 500000$. There are also some local street vendors for bags and juttis as well as clothing in the area. Be careful of pick pockets in this neighbourhood its a very crowded area."
"Johari Bazaar is a bustling market in Jaipur renowned for its exquisite collection of jewelry, gemstones, traditional textiles, and handicrafts, offering visitors a vibrant shopping experience immersed in the rich cultural heritage of Rajasthan."
"Famous For: Gemstone Jewellery Timings: The timings are from 10 AM to 11 PM. Open days: It remains open on all days of the week. How To Reach: It can be easily reached by taking a cab from any part of the city."

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