The Blue City – Jodhpur (A Desert Kingdom)

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The Blue City – Jodhpur (A Desert Kingdom)

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Getaway To One Of The Best Tourist Destinations

The remarkable blue structures of Jodhpur, which are surrounded by a massive fortification wall with bastions, contrast dramatically and exquisitely with the nearby Thar Desert. You may keep yourself occupied and in awe of the city's ancient magnificence by exploring the palaces, forts, and temples. Beautiful fabrics, embroidered leather products, lacquerware, antiques, rugs, puppets, and sculptures are all available during bazaars. Jodhpur is a well-liked tourist attraction and a practical starting point for exploring the area.

The Exciting Concoction of the Contemporary and the Conventional

Jodhpur dates back to 1459 AD when it first appeared. The Rathore family has played a significant role in the development of this wealthy metropolis. The founding of Jodhpur in India is attributed to Rao Jodha, the leader of the Rathore Clan. It is known that the city was constructed at the location of the state of Manwar's former capital, Mandore. Consequently, the residents of Jodhpur and the surrounding territories are referred to as Marwaris.

Landmarks And Location In Jodhpur To Visit And Discover
  • The Mehrangarh
  • Rising Perpendicularly atop 125 meters above Jodhpur’s city with all its divinity. The Mehrangarh fort, which is chiseled and strong, is renowned for its fine latticed windows, carved panels, ornately adorned windows, and the Moti Mahal, Phool Mahal, and Sheesh Mahal walls.

  • Khejarla
  • The 400-year-old Khejarla Fort is nestled in a remote area 85 kilometers from the major metropolis. Rajput architecture is evident in the magnificent red sandstone structure, which is currently a hotel. The scenic surroundings, latticework friezes, and ornate Jharokas of the fort will mesmerize visitors.

  • Umaid Bhawan Palace
  • Built in year 1929 responding to a famine that had struck the state. The Umaid Bhawan Palace got its name from Maharaja Umaid Singh of the Jodhpur kingdom. Ht constriction of the palace took 16 years to and was designed by renowned British architect HV Lanchester. The palace's architecture is a fusion of Indo-Saracenic, Traditional Revival, and Western Art Deco styles and was constructed using sandstone and marble.

  • Moti Mahal
  • The Pearl Hall known as Moti Mahal is where the royal family had their audiences.

  • Sheesh Mahal
  • The Sheesh Mahal, sometimes referred to as the Glass Palace of Jodhpur, is located inside the grounds of Mehrangarh Fort.

  • Phool Mahal
  • The Flower Hall famously called Phool Mahal, is surely the most opulent structure in the palace that got its name.

Temples, Lakes, Museum

Chamunda Mataji Temple

Ranisar Padamsar

Jodhpur Goverment Museum

Jaswant Thada

Ghanta Garh

Mahmandir Temple

Manadleshwar Temple

Sardar Samand Lake & Palace

Masuria Hills

Shastri Circle


Kailana Lake

Machiya Safari Park

Somnath Temple

Balsamand Lake

Guda Village

Mehrangarh Fort & Museum

Chokhelao Bagh And Interpretation Center

Adventurous & Comfortable Accommodation - Your Ideal Stay Close to Nature

tucked away in the base of the JAWAI hills in the Rajasthani hamlet of Bera, close to Sumerpur and the jawai Dam. Jawai Bera Leopard Camp is the epitome of pure comfort and resplendent luxury, with just seven tents and one cottage, each with space and privacy, made of canvas with a PVC roof, steel, and leather, and lavishly finished with contemporary Cain furniture, hand-crafted Indian artifacts, and rain showers. It was exquisitely designed to replicate the captivating ways of nature. Views of the highlands are inspirational from our chic tent and cabin.

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