The western side of the mosque Jama Masjid in the wholesale markets specializing in brass, copper and paper products, which are called Chawra Bazar. He can be reached by taking the road next to the median projection of the Jama Masjid, in the west (rear) wall. When the dancers are known for its charming 19th century, the road takes its name from the Marathi word Chawra "which means meeting place. The road gets its name because the main" Sabha "or held in front of the noble house and try to resolve the dispute before it reaches the emperor. Another reason is probably used to arrange a meeting, when a dancer out and showed respect for the subtle nuances of his powers. atmosphere, but the whole street has changed since then, the war in 1857, when the British destroyed many beautiful homes in the nobility.


 Lakhori built of bricks, a small cannon placed at the entrances of two buildings. The buildings are part of the octagonal projections on both sides of two small rooms on each side. The rooms are circular arcs to reach and hard to imagine its original shape. The main features of the buildings are competent arches and the roof partially octagonal projections, though difficult to explain. Today Chawra Bazaar is a busy road as workers load them again, cars, rickshaws, scooters and pedestrians, almost fighting for the flow of the market during peak hours. Again, it is also in the wholesale market, but you can not buy an idol of brass or copper, Vishnu, Buddha and others. Stores are also a number of useful features, such as jewelry boxes, vases, pots and oil lamps. Currently Chawra Bazaar is best known in the wholesale market of paper products such as copper or brass.

Chawri Bazar