The people of Jaipur fiercely guard their traditions and culture, which is reflected in their day-to-day life. They wear brightly coloured clothes and jewellery and are cheerful in nature. Their warm hospitality has enabled people from different parts of India and the world to enjoy their stay in Jaipur. The city has a population of 3,073,350, of which 78% are Hindus, 18.6% are Muslims, 2.3% are Jains and others are 1.0%. They work in various industries like manufacturing, business, IT, education and tourism.
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Chandpole Bazar is renowned for its traditional handicrafts and exotic handloom, showcasing the opulent culture of Jaipur.
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