This is a very difficult place to rate or slot. You can either love it or hate it. Therefore, I am going to attempt to state many of the realities of the place, so that those who are put off by them can skip the place.
I returned here after a few years. The nature of the place has changed. Formerly, it was old furniture, junk, scrap, oddities, used items, etc. Today, in front of those stores and on the streets of the bazaar has sprung up a market within a market for cheap or used clothes, bedlinen, etc.
It is an absolute scrum there, filled mostly with young men who have come here from all over India, desperately seeking work and eager to have a "city" look. Body contact is unavoidable. Therefore, this place is only for the very determined.
Photographers, artists, seekers of old oddities, someone who wants to experience the craziness of it all will all be rewarded. The timid tourist is likely to find it bewildering, claustrophobic, unpleasant even. Therefore, go forewarned.
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