Jodhpur Sightseeing

Known as the Sun City or Blue City, A mix of blue and affluence, it is a sunny turnover bordering the great Thar Desert. Not only are the palaces and forts witness to a past far greater, but its true beauty shines in the multi shades of blue which blanket this town to enhance its charm. A city rich with lively aura, bustling markets and erected structures has several spots to glare at like :

Places to Visit

Umaid Bhavan

One of the largest royal residences in the world, the golden-yellow sandstone Palace is a monument to Jodhpur's gallantry and romance. Take a heritage walk through the palace and the on-site museum to admire the bygone era's cultural richness.

Mehrangarh Fort

Mehrangarh Fort is the pride of Jodhpur because of its magnificent architecture and varied history. It's seven entrance gates were constructed by various monarchs to commemorate victory against the troops of Bikaner and Jaipur.

Jaswant Thada

This white marbled construction serves as a Rajput clan monument. During the day, the entire outside of the building emanates a lovely glow. It now displays paintings and portraits of Jodhpur rulers.

Mandore Temple

The significance of this historic hamlet to the north of Jodhpur stems from a mythical truth that the demon king, Ravana, wedded in the town. And to attest to this, there is a Ravan temple here, which was erected in the hometown of Ravan's wife Mandodari.

Sardar Samand Lake Palace

Sardar Samand Lake Palace was established as a hunting lodge by Maharaja Umaid Singh in 1933. The resort boasts a beautiful groomed lawn, an excellent boat house, swimming pool, tennis court, squash courts and most all, a huge Lake that draws a variety of migrating birds.

Mahamandir Temple

This temple was built in 1812 and is supported by 84 pillars that are embellished with frescos and sculptures displaying yoga positions, elaborate designs, and other artwork. The temple has a magnificent hall where Yoga courses are held.

Clock Tower

The clock tower is a well-known feature in the historic district. Close to the tower is the bustling Sardar Market, and from there, small lanes lead to a market offering various things of interest.

Kaylana Lake

All bird watchers will enjoy Kaylana Lake. It is an artificial lake that was established in 1872. Kaylana Lake is the ideal place to see the stunning sunset.

The visitor is left with a lasting sense of Jodhpur's attractions. The following are some important highlights :

  • Traverse the breath taking Mehrangarh Fort.
  • Camp out at the desert and take immersive safaris to explore sands of time and allure.
  • Discover local and one-of-a-kind delicacies to indulge and experience.
  • Shop exquisite items and take home special keepsakes for friends and family.
  • Take the overlander safari which is all about exploring and unearthing the city of Jodhpur from inside and its deep culture.
  • Set out on an adventure which will make you uncover Jodhpur in a new way.

The city of vibrant shades of blue celebrates like no other with exclusive festivals like :

Marwar Festival Jodhpur : A celebration of rulers, it is held in Ashwin, between September to October. Celebration happens on Sharad Poornima and features traditional music and dance themed on Rajasthan monarch’s romantic lifestyle.

Jodhpur International Desert Kite Festival : It is essentially a kite flying competition alluring to the best flyers in the country.

Nagaur Fair : The fair lasts eight days and is conducted every year in the months of January and February. It is generally known as the Nagaur Cattle Fair since it is mostly about animal commerce.

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