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  • 1459

  • Rao Jodha of Mandore

  • Rajasthan

  • 27.13 N, 77.29 E

  • 112.40 km2 (43.40 sq mi)

  • 1,033,918

  • October - March

About Jodhpur

About Jodhpur

Would you like to take the essence of royalty? Well then Jodhpur can be one place on your list of places that you want to visit. This is the place that displays richness as well as magnificence of the royal past of India. This place is rich with palaces as well as forts and more such things that bring in the atmosphere as well as ambience of the past. This place is also referred to as Sun City of Rajasthan and one of the popular destinations among international as well as domestic travelers.

Monuments / Historical Places / Sightseeing in Jodhpur

Mehrangarh Fort:This is one of the forts that is five kilometers long and situated on the hill top. This is actually one of the interesting as well as stunning fort to see. This fort comprises of four gates and comprises of splendid palaces.

Umaid Bhawan Palace:This is actually the palace of twentieth century which was constructed under the famine relief project which provided employment to famine struck population.

Jaswant Thada:This was developed under the meory of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II and it is the collection of royal cenotaphs constructed with white marbles. This gives an essence of various Jodhpur rulers.

Umeed garden:It is built by Maharaja Umeed Singh and it is around eighty two achers of land. This garden comprises of ashoka trees, roses, seasonal flowers, museum, fountains, library as well as zoo wherein you will be able to see various kinds of animals as well as birds.

Clock tower and Sardar Market:This is one of the major attractions of Jodhypur. This is the market that sells antique, textiles, silverware as well as handicrafts.

Raj Ranchhodji temple:This is the temple that is made up of red sandstone and it is carved through stunning filigree work.In the middle of the temple there is a statue of Ranchhodji which is made up of black marble. It was built by queen Jadechi Rajkanwar in the memory of King Jaswanth Singh her husband.

Other attractions of Jodhpur are Achal NAth Shivalaya, Ganesh Temple as well as Siddhnath Shiv temple.

How to reach Jodhpur

So, you have decided to visit this place and travelling is your main concern you need not worry as this place is well connected through roadways, railways and airways. This place has its own airport which is linked Udaipur, Jaipur, Mumbai and Delhi. Jodhpur is also easily accessible by railway through places like Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Delhi and Lucknow. From the major places like Delhi, Mumbai, etc there are well maintained roads which will make your travel enjoyable.