Jodhpur is a personified evidence of the impressiveness, traditions and culture. It is located at the foothill of a sandstone mound and appears as an oasis in the Thar Desert. The apparent blue colour of the buildings contrasts exquisitely with the neighbouring Desert and explodes it as one of the favourite tourist destinations in Rajasthan. The blend of exceptional forts, unblemished havelis and splendid culture brand Jodhpur as an incredible place. The city agreements a historic affluence with a range of beautiful textiles, embroidered leather goods, antiques, carpets and much more to explore. With ample tourist attractions Jodhpur enchants the tourists from all over the globe.
Visiting the bustling Old city makes your trip to Jodhpur comprehensive. Get a traditional village bazaar feel in the Sadar Market with its handicrafts, spices, saris and fabric. Explore the arcade yourself to experience the texture. The clock tower, standing at the heart of it is an eminent landmark.
Kaylana Lake lies 8 km from the city, on the Jaisalmer Road. Spread over an area of 84 sq.kms the lake charms the visitors for boating and picnics. The fabulous estates around abodes a variety of bird species .The outstanding view of the sunset here appeals the visitors from all over the world.
Mehrangarh Fort is one of the largest forts in India .A well-maintained heritage with a treasure to discover. It contains several galleries, a museum, temples and palaces known for their intricate carvings. The antique artillery on the Forts embankments offers a panoramic view of the "Blue City".
Umaid Bhawan Palace
The superlative Umaid Bhawan Palace is one of the worlds largest private residences for the royal family of Jodhpur till date. Much part of it is converted into a luxurious palace hotel and a museum exhibiting old snaps of the Maharaja and his family. There an obsolete watch and car collection as well to fascinate you.
Jaswant Thada an architectural landmark lies to the left of the Mehrangarh fort complex. This intricately designed royal cenotaph is a pleasing domicile to relax and relish spectacular views of the Fort and city. The royal cenotaph is bejeweled with the portraits of former rulers.