Jaipur Through My Lens

So, its already over a week since we returned from Jaipur. And this post was still pending 🙂
It was a simple, short trip, only 2 days in which we got only 2-3 hrs of shopping time. Me, Ritcha and my kiddo, we started our market trip from the very famous Bapu Bazaar in Jaipur.
Jaipur Tradition
Jaipur Tradition

Jaipur Tradition

Jaipur Tradition
This is a very famous market where you can get anything traditional, lovely sarees, suits, dress materials, kurta pajamas, many items, clothes and toys for kids, lots of jewelry of a material called laak which I love and a great range of bed covers. No one can come out empty handed but you will get such great deals that you never even want to come empty!!
Jaipur Tradition
Jaipur Tradition
Now, I will give you a glimpse of my shopping. Some small items that I got –

multicoloured necklace
A beautiful multicoloured necklace that I bargained. I am loving it thoroughly!!
Jaipur ring

A gorgeous ring!!
emerald earrings
Emerald green earrings that will go well with traditional outfits.
jaipur shopping
white kurta pajama for kids
A pure white embroidered Kurta Pajama set for my son.
pearl flats

pearl flats
Pearly Flats. I adore these. I love the beauty and comfort that flats give and love them as daily office wear.
I have been there many times, since I got married , i.e., last four years, I have been to Jaipur at least 4-5 times as it is an easy weekend destination from Delhi and there is something for everybody to enjoy. If you are a history lover, then there are lots of historical monuments like Hawa Mahal, Amer Fort etc. and if you want to spend an evening full of Rajasthani tradition, then you can head to Chokhi – Dhani, which I personally prefer most. Chokhi dhani has everything you can remember of Rajasthani culture. You can easily spend 3-5 hours there. There are various games like shooting etc. which you can enjoy. Then come some shows like magic shows, snake shows, circus type small scale presentation by various artists etc. There is a potter, a mehendi wala who constantly applies henna on hands. Then you have many options in terms of swings too which kids can enjoy.

Have a glimpse of the beauty of Chokhi Dhani –

Chokhi Dhani

Chokhi Dhani

Chokhi Dhani

Chokhi Dhani

Chokhi Dhani
Now, coming to the most famous part of Chokhi dhani – THE FOOD. Lots of stalls of various food items, snacks, kulfis, ice creams etc. which you can enjoy. But, clock strikes 8 and there comes the announcement of food. The food is not only about dinner but it’s a glimpse of whole Rajasthan. Lines start forming in front of hall where dinner is being served. Seating arrangement is on the floor there in lines with proper matting and a clean traditional ambience. You feel so good once there. Now, they start serving you. Loads and loads of food variety. At least 5-6 varieties of vegetables, curd, buttermilk, 4-5 varieties of breads like bajra, maize, wheat etc., rice, pulao, khichdi, pickles, chutney and loads of desi ghee (butter) on everything which they pour on your food like water irrespective of how much you request them not to put ghee in your plate. They will!! Then comes the sweets time. Mithais J. Again, come 2-3 varieties of traditional Rajasthani sweets. By now, you don’t have space left in your stomach for any helping but then, you can not leave the helpful staff thinking that you didn’t like the lovely food. They will serve you and force you to eat anyways ;). The staff is so well behaved and trained that they are eveready  to take any special requests from you. They are ready to take pics of you anytime. They give specialrajasthani turbans to you to wear and get pics clicked in them. They keep talking to you and make you feel like a very special guest. And when I went earlier, when my son was not even 1 yr., they were eager to help me to take his care so that I can enjoy my meal peacefully. That was the best experience ever. So overloaded with work with a big hall full of people who are ready to eat food and you have to serve them everything and even then, you are ready to take care of a 5-6 month old infant!!

Chokhi Dhani

Chokhi Dhani
Chokhi Dhani
Finding out time from the little time we were given there, we, me and Ritcha, took some clicks of  her too in a traditional outfit. Here, Ritcha is wearing a black shirt with white embroidery over it accompanied with a Patiala salwar and a beautiful dupatta (stole) over it which has Pakistani special work/ embroidery.
Jaipur Tradition and Chokhi Dhani

Jaipur Tradition and Chokhi Dhani

Jaipur Tradition and Chokhi Dhani

Jaipur Tradition and Chokhi Dhani

Jaipur Tradition and Chokhi Dhani

Jaipur Tradition and Chokhi Dhani
This is all for today friends. Hope you enjoyed the post. Please share with me your love and views, on how you liked the post 🙂
Lotsa Love,
Charu 🙂

0 Replies to “Jaipur Through My Lens”

  1. So much gorgeous color and those snakes are so cool!!! I would adore spending time in such places and learning all they have to offer. Great post!


  2. wow!! I love love love everything about Jaipur (except the climate) 😀 . Gorgeous pics 🙂

  3. Jaipur is incredible…. loved the post.

  4. Such beautiful colours! I can understand why this market is so famous, it looks very nice! (。・ω・。)

  5. My bro went last year to Jaipur as a trip and I missed the chance! Love this place, awesome clicks xoxo

  6. Lovely place and lots of retail therapy.

  7. love Jaipur! lovely capture darling!! http://www.diisensemble.com

  8. Love the colorful sandals the images are outstanding.

  9. Looks like such a nice place to visit. I really love the colorful market.

  10. Hello darling, these very beautiful, I like mucho tu look your post


  11. loved your clicks!! beautifully captured.. I wanna visit Jaipur soon 🙂

  12. I visited Jaipur a few years ago and loved the beautiful colours and culture, you found such amazing pieces at the market. Thanks for your kind visit, hope you're having a wonderful weekend.

  13. I love these pics!! The bazaar is amazing, so full of beautiful colours!


  14. Beautiful post, really interesting…lovely pics..:-)

  15. The post was lovely Charu… there are some really great pictures 🙂 Have a really great weekend 🙂

    I wanted to let you know I will be taking a blog/media break for a while, I will miss our comments back and forth, I will catch up with you when I get back 🙂

  16. wow! those sandals are amazing! what a great find…

  17. Great look my Dear

  18. Wow, these colors are so beautiful♡♡♡
    Love from Munich, Elisa

  19. It sounds like you had a great time. Thank you for sharing your experience with us!

  20. Wow,very beautiful pieces,the neckpiece & the ring so pretty
    Keep intouch

  21. I love ur flatss. 😀 great post charu!


  22. Very interesting post! Like a glimpse of your real world 🙂

    Lu ❤ http://www.balgarka.co.uk

  23. I love love everything u picked!! Jaipur is so beautiful! I loved loved the Jaipur jutis.. It's my fav.. I would love to goto Jaipur one day..:)

  24. Great Post & lovely Blog:-)
    I follow you now on GFC & Bloglovin.
    Hope you follow back♥

  25. Pretty photos! Looks like you had a lot of fun 🙂

  26. Great post and great blog! I'm following you on GFC and Bloglvin and I hope you can follow me, too! 🙂 xoxo


  27. Awesome pictures! Thanks so much for you comment! We will follow you right now! Hope you follow us too on bloglovin:)

  28. hey, thanks for your sweet comment on my blog! Those sandals are gorgeous!

    I have followed you, actually 😀 Please follow me back if you don't mind 🙂


  29. I love the sandals and bracelets. I like the outfit and look great.
    Greetings 🙂


  30. Thank you for your comment. 🙂
    I have just followed you on GFC & BlogLovin'. Follow me back. :] ! X


  31. Awesome photos. Loved this whole post. Nd thnkz for commenting back on d blog……
    I am already following you on fb, instagram and G+. Soon would follow you up on bloglovin and pinterest…
    You can follow me here:

    Thnkz and again lovely post and pics…..

  32. thanks for visited mine! followed yours now,follow back maybe?x


  33. Lovely photo´s! The colours at the Bazaar are amazing!


  34. Wow! Loved the pics.. Never been there, now I am tempted! I have a similar ring in antique gold and I loved the sandal.. <3

  35. Love your blog! Maybe we could follow each other on bloglovin or GFC? Please leave me a comment or follow me and I will follow you =)




  36. Love your blog! Maybe we could follow each other on bloglovin or GFC? Please leave me a comment or follow me and I will follow you =)




  37. wonderful pictures! i really love these colourful shoes! fantastic!
    kisses to you,
    Maren Anita

    FASHION-MEETS-ART by Maren Anita

  38. Obrigada.

    Já te sigo!

    Bom domingo!

    Beijo! ^^

  39. Stunning pictures ! You are very pretty 🙂

  40. Such a gorgeous post Charu! Lovely outfit! So cool pants!
    Love that interesting necklace and shoes with pearl :))
    Jaipur is wonderful!
    Have a nice week :***
    Kisses <3

  41. wow lovely pics. OOTD is so cool. Love the accessories you purchased

  42. Lovely pics. Loved all the accessories and stuff you purchased

  43. Gorgeous stuff! I love those rings! <33

  44. have a nice day

  45. Loved the pictures!
    I like the bandani sari way too much!

  46. awwww looks like a lovely trip! Ritcha looks absolutely stunning in indian attire!

  47. you look beautiful Charu! I loved the pics….Jaipur is really a beautiful place that I would love to visit…Loved the shopping you did 🙂


  48. Thanks..sure, I would love to!! 🙂

  49. Charu.. you post reminded of me recent visit to Jaipur.. Though I did not have that much for shopping yet I liked the place a lot…specially Amer fort !

  50. Lovely photographs dear… And the neckpiece is so beautiful… I am lusting at it now 🙂

    my latest

  51. Looks like a lovely trip! And you've got so many beautiful goodies :)!


  52. Thankyou so much 🙂

  53. Thanks a ton sweetie <3

  54. Amazing pictures dear ! I really want to visit this city someday 🙂

  55. Many thanks doll..you are so sweet 🙂 <3

  56. love the jewlery and chappals!

    see u on my blog:)

  57. Pretty Picturesss! And you look sooo pretty.

  58. Cool items and pictures! =)



  59. great post!!! i love bazars too 🙂 you have an amazing things!!! <3333
    you are so beautiful!!!!!!!

  60. So many pretty colors and pieces 🙂 thanks for sharing!

    Brittani and Katie

  61. Thanks so much for your comment on my blog. Following you now on bloglovin, Instagram, FB and GFC, hope you can follow back =)




  62. Loved those saris and accessories! Seems like a must visit place!

  63. Charu.. you post reminded of me recent visit to Jaipur.. Though I did not have that much for shopping yet I liked the place a lot…specially Amer fort !

  64. Charu.. you post reminded of me recent visit to Jaipur.. Though I did not have that much for shopping yet I liked the place a lot…specially Amer fort !

  65. Lovely n colorful pics,, loved yr necklace too,, nice pics Charu 🙂

  66. the colors, the textures, Im in love
    xo Jessica

  67. These photos are great to see and just remind me of my trip to Pakistan many many years ago! I have to admit that I wouldn't got back to Pakistan again but would love to go to India one day 🙂

    Yazmin xx


  68. Hi, beautiful pics!! Love the multicoloured necklace and your pearly flats.



  69. Looking very pretty dear. Loved the photos. You shopped some great things here 🙂

  70. i love the colors in the jewelry. you look so beautiful!

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