Markets in Ajmer
The area surrounding the Moinuddin Chishti Dargah is home to a bustling bazaar and a foodie's paradise. It's similar to Delhi's Paharganj, with a slew of tiny hotels and lodges catering to visitors to the dargah. Locals, particularly women in colorful dress, can be seen performing their daily business in this bazaar, reminding you that you are in colorful Rajasthan. You can't miss the sights, sounds, fragrances, and flavors of the cuisine being cooked around the corner as you walk through the tight, packed alleyways crammed with people. Non-vegetarians will enjoy the mouthwatering kebabs, biryanis, and a variety of curries. There is plenty of street cuisine for vegetarians, ranging from boiling hot jalebis to kachoris.
The bangles of Rajasthan are well-known. They're not just bright and cheerful, but the designs are also stunning. Sets of bracelets that will match any garment in your wardrobe may be found in Ajmer's Chuddi Bazar. They are not only stunningly gorgeous, but they are also reasonably priced.
The sellers are very courteous and carefully pack the bangles in durable boxes. Even if you are not a big lover of bangles, you can give them as a present to any relative or acquaintance. Bracelets and other jewelry, such as earrings, bracelets, nose rings, rings, and others, are available in the bangle Bazar. Before settling on a price, don't forget to haggle.