India's Oldest Markets
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By SiliconIndia   |   Friday, 28 March 2014, 13:22 Hrs
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BANGALORE: While India is growing in to the economic super power with sprawling shopping malls becoming a common sight, there are market places which have lived from the times when India was ruled by Kings and Queens.



#1 Johari Bazaar



Johari Bazaar is located in Jaipur, the pink city of India, and is famous for the traditional Rajasthan jewellery. The bazaar has all the attractive jewellery made of Gold, Diamond, Emerald and silver and has vendors where the goldsmith exchange gold, silver, emerald and much more. The history says the women from the royal families bought jewellery from here.



The Johari bazaar is famous for its ‘Kundan jewellery’ which is a unique one and is found in large quantities here. The Kundan jewellery requires a unique skill and knowledge to be made. Another kind of jewellery available here is the Minakari, popular jewellery of Rajasthan is also available here.



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