Kishanpole Bazar

  • Kishanpole Bazar Jaipur
  • Papads fries and other snacks sold at Kishanpole Bazar
  • Kishanpole Bazar is famous for Bandhani textiles items
  • Jaipuri wooden art pieces and decorative items available at Kishanpole Bazar
  • Shops at Kishanpole market selling ornaments and jewellery items

About Kishanpole Bazar

Known for its rich cultural heritage, Jaipur is one of the most famous tourist destinations of Rajasthan. On your first visit to the city, you may get surprised at its bustling energy and striking orange coloured markets! It's no wonder that the city is a treat for shopaholics. Among its many bazaars, one of the famous ones is the Kishanpole Bazar. Situated in the heart of the city, it is one of the busiest bazaars in Jaipur where one can go and experience the variety which the market offers.

Kishanpole Bazar is immensely popular for housing wooden furniture, textiles and ornamental items. Known for their intricate work and impeccable craftsmanship, the wooden items here are especially recommended. Perfect as gifts and memoirs are tiny imitations of camels, elephants and horses, known to be good luck charms. You will spot a variety of jewellery boxes and other decorative wooden art pieces, besides charming tie and dye textile products.

The market remains shut on Sundays, so plan your trip accordingly.


Kishanpole Bazar is located parallel to Baba Harish Chand Marg and Chaura Rasta. Local conveyance is the best option to reach this market.

Best Time to Visit

As Jaipur is placed in the semi desert regions of Rajasthan, the place has extreme hot summers and very pleasant winters.

You should avoid visiting Kishanpole Bazar during the sultry hot summers that bring along a lot of sweat and humidity. The summer season here starts from mid-March till mid-June. Monsoon does bring in some showers but with a lot of humidity and a sticky weather. Jaipur does not receive as much rains as other parts of the country. The rainy season starts here from mid-July and lasts till August.

The best time to visit this captivating city is from the month of October till mid-March. During these months, the days are not so warm and the sun is also bearable. The nights are very pleasantly cold.

How to Reach

Connectivity is the highlight of the city as it's linked up with major cities of the country through multiple modes of transport.

The Jaipur Airport, situated in the southern region of Sanganer, is used for both international and domestic flights.

All the trains going through Rajasthan pass through Jaipur due its central location. You can also travel by the luxurious train 'Palace on Wheels' which offers a different level of hospitality. The Rajasthan State Transport Corporation runs deluxe and semi deluxe buses at regular intervals. You can also travel on your own if you are a travel buff and enjoy a long, picturesque drive.

AddressKishan Pole Bazar, Jaipur-302003
Entry Fee :Entry Fee : Rs.0
Timings :"Visiting Hours - 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Closed on Sundays
Phone No (Official)
Official Website 
Photography allowed or notAllowed
Nearest railway stationJaipur Railway Station

Last Updated on : September 24, 2016