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A bazaar (Persian/Urdu: ; , , (pazari), Cypriot Greek and Turkish: pantopoula) is a permanent merchandising area, marketplace, or street of shops where goods and services are exchanged or sold. The word derives from the Persian word bāzār, the etymology of which goes back to the Middle Persian word baha-char (بهاچار), meaning "the place of prices". Although the current meaning of the word is believed to have originated in Persiamarker, its use has spread and now has been accepted into the vernacular in countries around the world. In North America, the term can be used as a synonym for a "rummage sale", to describe charity fundraising events held by churches or other community organizations, in which donated, used goods, such as books, clothes, and household items are sold for low prices, or else the goods may be new and handcrafted (or home-baked), as at a church's Christmas bazaar. The bazaar has been the subject of many books, including: The Persian Bazaar: Veiled Space of Desire (Mage Publications) by Mehdi Khansari and The Morphology of the Persian Bazaar (Agah Publications) by Azita Rajabi.

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Image:Esfahan bazaar entrance.jpg|Entrance to the Bazaar of Isfahan, off of Naqsh-e Jahan SquaremarkerImage:Pakistan Orange Seller.jpg|Oranges in Peshawarmarker, PakistanmarkerImage:Bd bazaar.jpg|Produce on display in BangladeshmarkerImage:Paharganj main bazaar.jpg|Main Bazaar in Paharganjmarker, Central DelhiImage:Istanbul grand bazar 1.jpg|Grand Bazaar, IstanbulmarkerImage:Herat_clothes_bazaar.jpg|Clothing bazaar in Heratmarker, Afghanistanmarker[60982]

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