The Bazaar Speaks

If you ever want to explore the real life of any place city or village, You just have to tick Market Check Box in you travel list. In markets, we dont just do shopping, its a real life example of a living City. The voices we heard in a market place is voice of City. From a “Chaat corner” to the Renowned Jauhar’s, we literally find everything at a single drop. From “Paranthe Wali Gali to Baapu Bazaar”, we have a great list of speaking market lives of Indian Spirit. I have visited some of the coolest markets in India, some of them are waiting in my list.

Top Market experiences, you must visit India for your next shopping


Chandni Chowk
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World Famous markets of India, which is older than 3 decades. Chandni Chowk is situated in the heart of Delhi, in every way. If you want to explore real Delhi, Do visit Chandni Chowk. It is the most busiest market, as I know so far. The famous Paranthe wali Gali is situated in Chandni Chowk only. You can enjoy the local street food, street hopping and shopping at the talking markets. It is situated near, Red Fort, and Jama Masjid.

Speciality: Wedding Shopping

Best time to Visit: 9:30 am to 6 pm

Location: Chandni Chowk, Delhi

Sarojni Nagar Market

This market doesn’t require any introduction among ladies. This is world famous known for its dupe fashion available at the cheapest rates. That’s the same place where bloggers accept challenges at 1000 Rupees to spend to get a fashionista vibe. The cheap price of clothes makes it an undeniable deal. The quality and price you get on these clothes have no match in any other markets in India.

Speciality: Wedding Shopping

Best time to Visit: 10 am to 9 pm

Location: Sarojani Nagar, Delhi


Janpath is simply one of the many markets in Delhi, both cheap and costly, that are well recognised for being there. The market, which is adjacent to CP, sells all type of clothes. Janpath greets you with its open arms and lively stores, whether you’re looking for traditional Gujarati clothing or Tibetan knockoffs. One of Delhi’s most well-known markets, Janpath attracts customers from all over the world. Foreign travellers come to Janpath wanting to purchase traditional Indian clothing and artefacts.

Speciality: All kind of shopping

Best time to visit: 9am to 7 pm

Location: Janpath Road, Delhi


Jaipur, India’s Pink City, is known for its rich history and heritage, which exudes an amazing mix of royalty and art. Jaipur shopping provides a diverse range of unique options ranging from gemstones to artwork, handicrafts to costumes, making it an enriching experience for shopaholics.

Jauhri Bazaar/MI Road

Jauhari Bazaar is one of the biggest Jewelry Markets in North India. It’s a top-notch place for Jewelry lovers. You can buy precious stones, gems, semi-precious stones, and jewellery from The market.

Speciality: Jewelry related all items

Best time to Visit: 10 am to 11 pm

Location: MI Road, Badi Chaupad, Jaipur

Tripolia Bazaar

This market is famous nationwide for its colorful, authentic Lac Chude Bangles. It is the best place for any kind of bangle shopping in Rajasthan. Textiles are also very famous in this market. World-famous Bandini Ties and Dyes fabrics are available here.

Specialty: Lac Bangles, and Textiles

Best time to Visit: 10am to 8 pm

Location: Kanwar Nagar, Jaipur

Baapu Bazaar
Chand Pole Bazaar

The Market is one of the oldest markets of Jaipur. It is a place where jaw-dropping creativity takes place. You can buy any source of Handicrafts, Marble Structures, and Handlooms. In Khazanewalo Ka Rasta, there are huge varieties of traditional and flamboyant shoes, pretty handicrafts, Beautiful sculptures made of wood and stones, carpets, and Mewari turbans.

Speciality: Handcrafted items

Best time to Visit: 10 am to 7 pm

Location: Chand Pole, Jaipur

Sireh Deori Bazaar

The market is situated just opposite of Hawa Mahal. Due to its hyped location, the pricing will cost a hike, but the aura keeps you letting spent each penny remains. This market is famous for Street shopping of traditional attires and home decor pieces. You can’t deny yourself the shines of traditional Jutti’s which are popping out of nowhere.

Speciality: Traditional attires and home decor pieces.

Best time to Visit: 10 am to 11 pm

Location: Just opposite of Hawa Mahal

Mirza Ismail Road 

If you take pottery too seriously so do take by Jaipur. This market is meant for you. You should must visit MI Road(Mirza Ismail Road) for once in a lifetime. The market is older than a century. The Rajputs dynasties were very fond of this pottery art. They used to buy this for enhancing their palace looks. This MI Road is famous since then only.

Speciality: The vibrant Pottery Art

Best time to Visit: 11 am to 8 pm

Location: MI Road, Ajmeri Gate, Jaipur

The Gem Palace

If you have a slight corner towards antique items, then the Gem Palace is a thing for you. Every items they put in front of you, will tell their cost itself. Every item has a story. The family-run business has a great legacy that continues to grow till date.

Speciality: Antique Jewel Pieces.

Best time to Visit: 10:30 am to 7 pm

Location: MI Road, Ajmeri Gate, Jaipur

Aravali Bazaar

Aravali Bazaar should be your first choice if you wish to buy items for your home. The market is a one-stop shop where you can buy special authentic comforters, bed linens, stationery, and even clothing of the highest calibre. Each product offered here is reasonably priced.

Speciality: Home Decor

Best time to Visit: 11 am to 6 pm

Location: Vinayak Apartment, Prithviraj Road, Jaipur


Kolkata is known for its excellence in Arts & Culture. If you are a shopping freak, Kolkata should be on your Shopping Bucket list. Kolkata is a part of one of India’s most diverse and vibrant markets. Let me take you to the most famous market of Kolkata streets.

Mullik Ghat

As it is one of the biggest flower markets across Asia, also one of the biggest chain suppliers of best quality of flowers in the world. The Mullik Ghat is a 136-year-old flower market, situated in Kolkata. It is be quoted as, you can’t claim Kolkata done from you travel list if you haven’t visited Mullik Ghat.

Speciality: Flower Market

Best time to Visit: Early morning, after 6 am

Location: Diamond Harbour Rd, Jadu Colony, Sarada Pally, Kolkata

Bara Bazaar

This is Kolkata’s most famous market, known for its variety and vibrancy. the market is the Centre of Business generation in Kolkata. You can find anything here. Just be bargain expert and little cautious about the quality of a product. This market is the best alternative of Sarojini Market in East.

Speciality: Almost everything in Daily essentials

Best time to Visit: 10:30 am to 7:30 pm

Location: Near to Mahatma Gandhi Road Metro Station

Gariahat Market

This Market is known for an amazing variety of fresh vegetables and fruits. The fish market from here is one of the best in the city.

Specialty: Fresh Vegetables and fruits items

Best time to Visit: 6am – 10pm

Location: Rash Behari Ave, Ekdalia, Ballygunge, Kolkata

College Streets

This market is one of the largest second hand book market in Asia. College street is the first love of any book lover. This area gets its name from the presence of illustrious educational institutions such as Calcutta University and Presidency College.

Specialty: Books

Best time to Visit: 10am – 9pm

Location: Park street, Kolkata


Moazzam Jahi Market
Begum Bazaar
Perfume market

If you have inclination towards, exquisite smells, then this place is specially dedicated exclusively to perfumes and Ittra. This market is situated near Mir Chowk. If you have a fascination of rare and unique perfumes, this experience going to last forever. The perfumes are sold in exotic and antique glass bottles that are no less than a treat itself. The market is almost a century old.

Charminar Bazaar

The Charminar Bazaar is a market which does not require any introduction among shoppers. The market is a first choice for Wedding shoppers. Mostly famous for Hyderabadi khara dupattas, Sherwanis,

Laad Bazaar

Laad means lacquer which specifically used to make bangles, on which artificial diamonds are studded. shops sell bangles, saris, wedding related items, and imitation jewelry.