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Sardar Market

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Sardar Market

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SalimM wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom1,676 contributions251 helpful votes
Sardar Market, one of the oldest Street markets in the middle of the city, is located near the Clock Tower. It was built by Maharaja Sardar Singh. The entire market is spread amongst narrow lanes and by-lanes with small and big shops on both sides. Quite a colourful and chaotic market, this place is one of the typical examples of a lively local bazaar. The shopkeepers are people who have been in this occupation for generations. The shopkeepers are always ready for a friendly chat, and if you are lucky enough, you might get a better deal. People get attracted to this market area due to the availability of a variety of items at a much reasonable rate. The market is generally crowded and a paradise for shopaholics. The sheer variety of merchandise on display is mind-boggling. You could pass an entire day and still not be able to see all the shops in the market. The street hawkers here sell low-value items like glass bangles, imitation jewellery, fruits, vegetables, pottery, clothes, and small household items. Magnificent Rajasthani handicrafts are at display in this market. Puppets made from wood, small toys carved out of wood, cloth dolls and various other artworks are easily found in this place. In case you are tired of walking on the narrow streets there is plenty of refreshment available in the market itself. You could try the traditional Lassi, or quench your thirst with a sugar cane juice. In the mood for some dessert? Then try the famous Rajasthani ice cream or "Kulfi" as the locals say.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Astrid P wrote a review Mar 2020
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You get lovely ethnic wear like dupatta, kurta, suits, block prints and indian shoes. You also get kachoris and samosas that one can relish upon.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Mabs Y wrote a review Mar 2020
Edmonton, Canada42 contributions18 helpful votes
Locals run a thriving market full of fresh produce Respectful people. Nothing to fear from crowds. Learnt to interact with narrow lanes motorbikes animals crowds of locals Skillful merchants who have mastered art of bargaining like rest of India Enjoy the walkabout
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Arup C wrote a review Feb 2020
Kolkata, India9,789 contributions78 helpful votes
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Just beside GhantaGhar..this Sardar market..having plenty of shops ..is most happening place of Jodhpur..with awesome fort view..one need to be in this place to feel the pulse of Jodhpur
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Ann C wrote a review Feb 2020
Nashville, Tennessee2,235 contributions1,154 helpful votes
The market was full of energy. Various vendors selling all sorts of things, a lot of plastic and second hand items, the Sardar market is also the location of the clock tower and places to eat. One can probably find whatever they are looking for in this market if they look hard enough...shoes, textiles, antiques...silver items and so much more.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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