'Jodhpur' - a Delightful Blend Of Modern Rejoice

The city famously known as the Blue City and its 2nd largest in Rajasthan, the name is appropriate as most of the magnificent marbles such as forts, palaces, temples, havelis and even houses are inherent in striking shades of blue. The strapping forts of this magnificent city sum up to a spectacle view, that you wouldn’t have any desire to miss.
Jodhpur  City
Jodhpur City
The enormous, imposing fortress of Mehrangarh fort has an overwhelming rocky spine with the eight gates leading out of the fortification. The new city is situated outside the structure. The city is known for the uncommon type of stallions, known as Marwari which are just found here. 

How to Reach 'Jodhpur'
The city is well connected with Delhi and Mumbai airports also linked with major cities and towns by roads and direct trains. 

Places to Explore 
The city has many delightful blends of sightseeing, and many modern rejoice to attract the tourist from across the globe, In this Blog you can list out the most amazing places to visit and plan your holiday accordingly.  

 1) Mehrangarh Fort 
Mehrangarh Fort is situated in Jodhpur; it is one of the biggest fortifications in India. Build around 1460 by Rao Jodha, the fort is located above the city and is encased by thick blocks.  The fort is renowned for its beautiful carvings and sweeping courtyards. The engravings of cannonball hits by assaulting multitudes of Jaipur can be seen on the second door.
Jodhpur - Mehrangarh Fort
Mehrangarh Fort
2) Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur
It is renowned as one of the largest private homes on the planet and also one of the most fabulous structures. it is the main royal residence worked in the twentieth century. Umaid Bhawan Palace was constructed by Maharaja Umaid Singh in 1929 to counter a starvation which had hit the state at the time. The royal residence was outlined by HV Lanchester, and was finished in 16 years. 
Jodhpur - Umaid Bhawan Palace
Umaid Bhawan Palace
Moti Mahal, is known as Pearl Hall where the royal families held their public gatherings. The pearl hall is known to have glass loft with five cubbyhole that empowered the queens to hear the proceedings occurring in the Sringar Chowki, The Royal Throne of Jodhpur.
Jodhpur - Moti Mahal
Moti Mahal
4) Mandora 
Marwar, Mandore is the ancient capital of the blue city. This area has historical significance where cenotaphs can be discovered of the former rulers. Unlike the original chhatri-shaped cenotaphs which were constructed along the lines of Hindu temples.
Jodhpur - Mandora
5) Machiya Safari Park 
This park is situated on Kailana Lake and famous for its spectacular views of sunset and and is home to creatures such as deer, desert foxes and so forth.
Jodhpur - Machiya Safari Park
Machiya Safari Park
Things to Rejoice in 'Jodhpur'
Falying Fox 
Fly high over the majestic fortress, glide quietly over two desert lakes, trek over Rao Jodha eco-park and enjoy the magnificent view from the sky. 
Bishnoi Village Tour

Bishnoi town is the ideal spot to encounter the traditions of tribal life. It is a spot of delightful time twist, where life still goes in transit it did in the times of yore.   
A Camel Safari in Jodhpur
There is no better way to approach the immeasurably charming desert of Rajasthan with a Camel Safari. Cross through desert sand dunes, ancient havelis, and notable landmarks. 

Shopping Paradise 
Shopping in the city is like a must do thing, an energizing and rewarding shopping delight. It is the homes place of numerous gifted and talented craftsmen. The popular must buy items are Antiques, Bandhini, Footwear and Mathaniya's Red Chillies.

Come and experience the bliss of Jodhpur in 'Rajasthan'!!
Share on Google Plus

About Unknown

This is a short description in the author block about the author. You edit it by entering text in the "Biographical Info" field in the user admin panel.


Post a Comment