Jewelry Bazaars Of Rajasthan – Be Clad In Gold & Silver This Diwali

Jewelry Bazaars Of Rajasthan - Be Clad In Gold & Silver This Diwali

Jewelry Bazaars and markets of Rajasthan used to flood with people before the pandemic. As Diwali is around the corner, it is time to fulfill your wishes and buy some ethnic as well as traditional jewelry for yourself. This year, Diwali is about looking good, spending time with your loved ones, and partying while dazzling round. What will also make you stand out like a queen is some jewelry. Hence, this article will take you to the jewelry Bazaars of Rajasthan, which you can visit and from where you can buy the best ethnic ornaments for yourself. 


Fondly known as a Camel country of India, Bikaner is famous for its Kundan jewels (both real and artificial). It is a paradise of Kundan necklace and rings made out of 24-carat gold, which is the purest form of gold available. So fasten your seat belts and explore two fascinating heritage Jewelry Bazaars of Bikaner. 

Kota Gate Bazaar

Kota Gate Bazaar

This market has a magical aura that attracts tourists from across the world to take a glance at the magnificent forts while satisfying their shopping desires. Popular products that can be bought from here are Kundan Jewellery, open-toed sandals for men, Camel Hide, and vibrant khadi kurtas.

The shoppers can also visit MG Road, opposite Kota Gate Market. While digging deep in the interior of the market you can find fabulous Rajputana authentic Kundan jewels. Besides that, there are a wide variety of ethnic clothes, hand-spun footwear, and accessories.

Feel the Charm of UNESCO Heritage City – Jaipur’s Jewelry Bazaars

The Pink City of Rajasthan Jaipur is a hub of jewelry and semi-precious stones. Here you can find an endless variety of jewelry in a form of Nath, Kamarbandh, Bajubandh, Rajasthani Mang Tikka, and Anklets. This city has the unique creations of jewels like Thewa, Kundan, Meenakari, and Jadau craftsmanship.

Amrapali Jewels

Amrapali Jewels

If you are looking for jewelry that will enhance your beauty as well as can be used for investment purposes, then Jaipur is brimming with all sorts of choices. Solid gold, sterling silver, platinum jewelry, and precious gemstone are some of the best available alternatives that can be bought through Amrapali Jewels, Birdhichand Ghanshymands, and Motisons Jewellers. Moreover, you can take a glimpse of these fine jewels in historical movie dramas like Jodha Akhbar, Bajirao Mastani, Padmaavat, and Manikarnika.

Johari Bazaar

Johari Bazaar

Get ready to enter into the busiest and colorful market of Pink City, where you can purchase traditional items while enjoying street food. It is also known as the largest market of jewelers you will ever see. Many inbuilt shops will offer you Rajasthani beautiful juttis, unique leather bags, lamps, colorful Gota Patti Sarees, and lehengas. The handcrafted choker, lac bangles, gems stone, and Meenakari work can make you gaga over these items. 

Udaipur’s Jewelry Bazaars

Your tour to Udaipur is incomplete without silver (Book: Intricate Meenakari on Silver with Jaswant Kumar Meenakar) and Thewa Jewellery. This city is packed-up with fabulous real and artificial jewels. Here some famous Jewelry Bazaars where you can find authentic Rajasthani jewelry for yourself and brighten your Diwali.

Bada Bazaar

Bada Bazaar - Udaipur's Jewelry Bazaars

It is one of the oldest markets in the city. Every year lakhs of tourists visit here to experience the best of this traditional city. There are many shops and showrooms where you can find Rajasthani poshakh, and intricate gold as well as silver jewelry.

Clock Tower

Clock Tower - Udaipur's Jewelry Bazaars

This Bazaar will make you fall in love with the most exquisite artwork of an artist that breathes life in this Rajasthani lac, Kundan, Polki, and Meenakari artwork. Here visitors can also take sight of well-defined copperware and earthenware. Moreover, Kamar bandh or Tagdi of gold and Polki are adorned by many beautiful brides.

Ghanta Ghar Bazaar

Ghanta Ghar Bazaar - Udaipur's Jewelry Bazaars

If you admire oxidized kade and bangles, toe rings, and anklets, then this market is ready to bumper a lot of surprises for you. It offers outstanding handicrafts, western jewelry with Meenakari, Kundan, and polka work, silver wallets, pendants, and sling bags. 

Chuda Mani from Pushkar

Chuda Mani from Pushkar

Pushkar is a paradise of the biggest carnivals. In Pushkar, one can experience the colorful culture and royal hospitality. 

However, it is not only famous for its grandeur, but also for its special Chuda Mani that will make you look like a goddess. It is fascinating and mesmerizing hair jewelry, which looks similar to the accessory of Sita Ji in the mythological drama Siya Ke Ram. You can find such kind of jewelry at Sadar Bazaar in Badi Basti of Jaipur. 

Jaisalmer’s Jewelry Bazaars

The Gold and Silver jewelry of Jaisalmer are known for its intricate and refined artwork. The jewelers of the market have a wide variety of designs to offer that involves precious necklace ornaments, earrings, bracelets, anklets. What sets its collection apart are the peculiar cuts of its gemstones. Here are some famous Jewelry Bazaars of Jaisalmer

Sonoran ka Baas

Sonoran ka Baas

This market is a hub of jewelry showrooms that deal in a diverse variety of authentic and graceful gold and silver pieces of jewelry. Generally, this market is hoarded with tourists as well as the locals mostly during the festive seasons. 

Manak Chowk 

Manak Chowk

It is another market with shops that are appealing to tourists with its tribal and ethnic collection of silver ornaments, craftwork including long-lasting pieces. This rich virtuosity portrays the work of the artists that have flourished the name of Jailasmer as one of the most visited places in India. 


 Jodhpur is a blue city in Rajasthan known for its international music festivals as well as the Sacred Spirit festival. However, this city has a lot to offer more to its fans.

Sarafa Bazaar

Sarafa Bazaar

This market is the ultimate destination for all the silver admires. It offers a remarkable collection of jewels that can allure people to invest in these silver ornaments. Moreover, they are also a diverse range of accessible accessories. From the market, you can shop for different trinkets, masterpieces, and home embellishment items. 

Gateway to Lord Shrinath Ji -Nathdwara

Gateway to Lord Shrinath Ji -Nathdwara

Nathdwara is a temple house of deity Shrinathji. Every year millions of people come to offer their praying to Lord Krishna. Moreover, in the main market of Nathdwara, tourists can find some tiny jewelry shop. There, they can purchase silver and metalwork jewelry.

Today everyone has become tech-savvy. People know how to search and buy things online. However, visiting the markets, taking a glance at its incredible pieces of jewelry, verifying its authenticity, and enjoying the atmosphere is an amusement. Therefore, relish the royalty through this statement Rajputana jewelry and visit these Jewelry Bazaars for more updates.

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