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Mochi Bazaar, Jodhpur

The Mochi Bazar is your one stop best destination to buy the noted and colorful Jodhpuri“juttis” or the traditional Rajasthanifootwear. These “Mojaris” come in numerous colors, patterns, styles and range and are particularly popular with international tourists due to its exotic look. The shoes add wonderful charm and punch to any traditional attire, appending an element of royalty and exquisiteness and usually remain high in demand both across India and abroad.

Mochi Bazaar is famous for its magnificent collection of jewelry, clothes, metal art, furniture and more. One of the most popular items displayed in the Mochi Bazaar Jodhpur is the 'jutis' or 'mojris'. The jutis or shoes are intricately designed and are preferred by both the locals and the tourists. The jutis either come in elaborate decoration or in plain style. The royal style which is dominant in most of the jutis is always in high demand. The jutis also come in different vibrant colors; these are bought by tourist as souvenirs, mementos or for the purpose of using.
Apart from the jutis, the other popular Rajasthani items displayed in the shops of Mochi Bazaar are various designed dress materials like Achkans, Sherwanis, Kurta-Pyjama and Jodhpuri suits. Any tour to Jodhpur is incomplete without shopping at Mochi Bazaar. Tourists can also stroll around the various shops of the Moch Bazaar and get the feel of the vibrancy, liveliness of the entire bazaar.

How to Reach Jodhpur

By Road : Umed Garden is in the heart of the city of Jodhpur. Visitors can hire taxis or use local bus service to reach the garden.
By Rail : The nearest railway head is Jodhpur Railway station at three kilometers.
By Air : The nearest airport is Jodhpur Airport at six kilometers.

Best Time to Visit Jodhpur

Jodhpur is renowned as the ‘Sun city’ of Rajasthan. This clearly states the heated weather conditionsthe city has to endure every summer season. Thus, clearly avoiding that, one must plan a visit to this vibrant city post summers, between the months of October and March.