Jummeraat, which literally means the eve of Friday, is the name given to this flea market that is set up every Thursday near the Muslim Jung bridge area near Begum Bazaar. This one begins just before sunrise and some stuff here is said to be stolen ware, which is why the market is informally also called Chor Bazaar. There is no limit to what you might find here—from imitation jewellery to a whole cricket set that you can pick out for Rs 60. Torches, table ware, nails and hammers, new and second hand cycles, new and mostly second hand clothing; there’s a whole world out here. Find yourself fumbling with a coin supposedly from the late 1800s, which you can pick up for Rs 30 and misshapen square heavy metal pieces with inscriptions that the seller will pass off as belonging to Tipu Sultan’s time. Don’t be fooled by the stories they tell you, these are mere hard-selling tactics.