Sarafa Bazzar in Indore is the largest jewelry market. Some of the finest collections of jewelry are seen in Sarafa and there are numerous shops lined here. The fact that goldsmith and craftsmen design patterns of jewelry (traditional or modern) as per the consumers’ demand makes this place much favored. A form of art on jewelry called ‘meena work’ is also done at Sarafa Bazaar. None the less, in the evenings this place transforms into a Chaat bazaar. The chaat street offers a variety of fast food items famous in Indore, some of which are samosa, kachori, pani poori, aaloo tikkiya, dahi vada and so on. Aptly then, Indore is called as mini Mumbai, because of busy streets, trading activities and the Mumbaiya food available here.
Sarafa Bazaar is located at a 5 minutes walking distance from the famous Rajwada Palace, in the western part of Indore. One can also reach Sarafa from Indore station using an auto or a bus.