In The Bazaars of Hyderabad" is a 19th-century English poem written by Sarojini Naidu (1879–1949) (also known as The Nightingale of India), an Indian independence activist and a poet from Hyderabad, India. The poem is written in five stanzas, was first published in the year 1912 from London in a form of book "The Bird of Time" with her other series of poems. While reviewing the poem The New York Times wrote in April 1913 edition that; "In the Bazaars of Hyderabad" shines like an oriental gem.
In this poem Naidu described the beauty of a traditional Hyderabadi Bazaar's. She presented the lively pictorial scenes of merchants, vendors, pedlars, goldsmiths, fruitmen and flower girls selling their goods, all of whom similarly answer the questions of purchasers who buy their articles after a detailed bargaining. The poem also describes the musical instruments being used by the musicians and magicians displaying their magical tricks to attract the crowd present in the Bazaar.