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The Jaipur craft and breakfast walk

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Experience hosted by Shan

3 hours
Includes food
Up to 6 people
Hosted in English

What you'll do

We will walk the streets of Jaipur because you love to delve into the unknown and undiscovered, explore old as if it's new, tradition because it's classic, and sacred because you like mystery. The visual dance of color, the taste of a living tradition,hidden temple frescos that have survived the test of time! This walk will take you to hidden alcoves of Jaipur’s cultural and food terrain
You can look forward to experiencing Jaipur that was originally designed as a craft city. It is the craft capital and offers a wonderful opportunity to browse through bazars stocked with such enormous variety of artistic handicrafts. What is more amazing is that the craftsmen who produce the craft are often in the back lanes of the showrooms. All crafts are divided into specific areas of the walled city and one can still see the craftsmen working in the traditional style undisturbed with the conveniences of modernization. Like the thateras, (the brass utensil maker) the sonis (kundan jewellery craftsmen) the miniature painting artists, sculptors, etc.
On the way you can gobble greedily our nuggets of history along with the a hearty breakfast experience, at once spicy, savoury and sweet. Starting at one of the cult jaipuri places before moving to taste history! You will learn about jaipur what no site on Google can reveal. You will taste history that no tour guid
We will walk the streets of Jaipur because you love to delve into the unknown and undiscovered, explore old as if it's new, tradition because it's classic, and sacred because you like mystery. The visual dance of color, the taste of a living tradition,hidden temple frescos that have survived the test of time! This walk will take you to hidden alcoves of Jaipur’s cultural and food terrain
You can look forward to experiencing Jaipur that was…

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What's included

  • Food
    A traditional Jaipur style breakfast called Kachori/samosa with the famous...
From ₹2,500
/ person
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Meet your host, Shan

Host on Airbnb since 2016
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H! I'm Shan Bhatnagar, an artist, Interior Designer, historian and a lover of all things Jaipur! My first job after I graduated form college was with INTACH (Indian National Trust for Art and cultural Heritage) that's the time I designed many Heritage walks in the walled city of Jaipur! As an artist, I am totally inspired by the heritage and culture of Jaipur and it's many facinating aspects. As an interior designer, have Designed a few places for the royal family of Jaipur, like their Summer palace in Mount Abu, Rajasthan. Jaipur is an epitome of craft and design in this region and it's many living traditions are still being practiced in the by Lanes of the walled city. It's all very well planned and I love to curate a special experience for the participants of this walk depending on what they are most interested in!
H! I'm Shan Bhatnagar, an artist, Interior Designer, historian and a lover of all things Jaipur! My first job after I graduated form college was with INTACH (Indian National Trust for Art and cultural Heritage) that's the time I designed many Heritage walks in the walled city of Jaipur! As an artist, I am totally inspired by the heritage and culture of Jaipur and it's many facinating aspects. As an interior designer, have Designed a few places for the royal family of Jaipur, like their Summer pa…
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Where you'll be

We will start with seeing a whole street workshop of brass makers in the by Lanes of the walled city, then see some old homes called havelis, a Jain temple with the most exquisite Fresco's, we'll go to a street where they make bangles out of laquer, walk around the spice market, head over to the jewelry makers, and have a snack/breakfast and chai at a famous chai shop. Also will visit a natural ayurvedic purfume and oil maker, the flower market.

Things to know

Cancellation policy

Any experience can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase, or at least 7 days before the experience starts.

Guest requirements

Up to 6 guests ages 18 and up can attend. Parents may also bring children under 2 years of age.

More tips

You can carry a hat, small water bottle, at 2 temples we will have to remove shoes and socks so wear comfortable shoes that can be easily removed. If you wish to buy small items like bangles, brass pots etc. Carry change (Indian rupees)

What to bring

Comfortable foot wear