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Doesn’t mater which part of the world it is, a jewellery market is always a prime target for burglaries. Cops and security guards can only do so much. But in a city called Indore in India, someone thought of a brilliant idea to keep thieves at bay – By making sure that there are enough people on the streets of their jewellery market even at night. 24×7, every day, every week, every month of the year.

Indore’s Sarafa Bazaar (aka Jewellery Market) is a unique place. Jewellery Market during the day. And a street food paradise at night. Once jewellery shops shut, rows and rows of food stalls pop up in this market. And of course, thousands of foodies too. Families, kids, friends, couples… you will find them all here, licking their fingers.

And don’t be fooled by the size and looks of these shops. There are several pretty famous shops and preparations unique to this place. It’s a very common sight to spot bloggers and vloggers interviewing people here.

A famous tourist attraction, great hangout for local foodies and free security for all the jewellery shops in the area throughout the night. That is a brilliant idea, indeed.

Have a look at some of the pictures of the food street at Sarafa Bazaar.

Hard to believe this food street is a jewellery market during the day.

Don’t forget to try that yummy Moong Dal Halwa for dessert.

RJ Jeweller meets JR Sandwich.

Probably the most popular Dahi Badas in the entire North and Central India.

Don’t forget to try this Fariyali Sabudana Khichdi.