Jodhpur: conclusion

Women are mostly about floral and paisley prints like following some sort of custom. Men are mostly colorful only on their heads. I hung around in this Sardar Bazaar market because everyday the market sees new people. Other than the regular tourists, there is an influx of people from nearby villages and it’s packed on the weekends. It is close to the railway station. Most places near the railway stations in India have markets where they sell clothes+just about everything that a traveling person(or even a non-traveling person) might need. Considering all that I assume I pretty much got everyone from in and around Jodhpur..or maybe that’s a bit too ambitious.

In a market like this you find cheap goods even by the local standards. Here, the probability of finding international brands is extremely high. Either they are export rejects or a few seasons old stock but they look perfectly fine. Comme Des Garcons and YSL cardigans sell for 60Rupees on push carts parked around the clock tower.

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4 Responses to “Jodhpur: conclusion”

  1. Preeti Says:

    you’re right. you got the gist of jodhpur but you still have to get those super fashionable people in their royal attires and for that you will have to visit the royal palaces

  2. Shaheen Says:

    Love all the colour in Jodhpur. Love your perspective even more.

  3. Maca Says:

    Great photos! :))

  4. Sarah Says:

    YSL cardigans for Rs60? Seriously? Man I wish I’d discovered your blog before I was in Jodhpur in Feb. Oh well. The colors are gorgeous.

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