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The fort of Maharangarh: Built in 1459 it one of the largest forts India have. Expanded in the area of five kms the beauty of fort lies in its traditional art of Jodhpuri sculptures. Moti Mahal, Phool Mahal, Sheesh Mahal are some beautiful places located inside the fort.

Jaswant Thada: Built in 19th century to felicitate the bravery of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II. It is huge cenotaph (Chattri) inside which the pictures of rulers and Maharaja's of Jodhpur are carved out.

Umaid Bhawan Palace: Built with an objective of providing the employment to people of Jodhpur during the time of famine, the beautiful palace has the collection of weapons, antiques & fascinating clocks, crockery and trophies. In one portion the royal family of Jodhpur still stays there.

Rai-ka-Bagh Palace: Constructed in 1663 by Hadiji, who was queen of Maharaja Jaswant Singh I. This place was also liked by the king himself and he also used to stay here. During visit of swami Vivekanad this place was provided to him for giving his preaching's to the people, even Maharaja Jaswant Singh came to listen him.

Raj Ranchhodji Temple: Built by queen Jadechi Rajkanwar after the death of her husband, king Jaswant Singh. The temple is built by red sandstone. The major attraction of the temple is statue of Ranchhodji made by black marble. Green, yellow and blue glasses are fixed at its main door.

Achal Nath Shivalaya: Constructed by Nanak Devi, queen of Rao Gang on May 21, 1531. The huge water reservoir called Bawari in traditional language was made near the Shivlinga is called as Ganga Bawari.

Umed Garden: Constructed by Maharaja Umaid Singh, the total area of garden in 82 acres. The most fascinating things of this garden are green lawns, high Ashoka trees, roses and seasonal flowers, museum, fountains, library and a zoo. In 1978 a Walk in Aviary was built where one can see various classes of birds, African and Australian parrots, ducks, rabbits etc; in their natural environment.



More info on the city

Jodhpur is the second biggest city in Rajasthan. Recognized as the Sun city of Rajasthan, the district of Jodhpur is centrally located in the western region of the state. Jodhpur is bordered by Nagaur in East, Jaisalmer in west, Bikaner in North and Barmer as well as Pali in the South.

Hotels near Jodhpur

Taj Hari Mahal

Hotel Taj Hari Mahal is located at Jodhpur (Rajasthan, India), is spread over 6 acres of lush, landscaped gardens and located close to the city centre. The architecture of the hotel is a blend of motifs from the Mandore region and contemporary styling, giving it an air of elegance.

Best Price: Rs.0 per day

Bishnoi Village Camp And Resort

Bishnoi Village Resort is situated in the midst of Bishnoi villages, about 22 K.M. from Jodhpur city,Rajashtan, India on the route of Jodhpur to Udaipur & Ranakpur temple. The Guda lake, where the migratory birds comes every year, is about 2 k.m. from the Resort. Bishnoi is a new Resort and Camp Site in Jodhpur that redefines the concept of luxury and comfort with its stunning appeal, Rajasthani, beauty and elegance. The Sun City - Jodhpur never had it so good- a Camp & Resort that sp
Best Price: Rs.1600 per day


Marugarh is a destination resort at Jodhpur (Rajasthan, India) spread over 14 acres having 40 rooms. Marugarh Jodhpur Hotels and Resorts, is a royal hotel in Jodhpur city which provides luxurious facilities.

Best Price: Rs.3999 per day



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