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Relaxed to Rajasthan? A land of legendary Maharajas, soldier, monarchs and a state at its colorful best all the year round. A place of synthesis beyond fancy. Synthesis of amusing history, state, religion, art and craft, music, wildlife sand, stone, dance, desert, lakes, fort, palaces, , birds and above all the best part approachable publics all around you.

Jodhpur "The Sun City" was established by Maharaja Rao Jodha, a chief of the Rathore clique, in 1458. It is called after him only. Jodhpur in Rajasthan, India was formerly known as Marwar. Jodhpur is the second biggest city in Rajasthan. It is distributed into two parts - the new city and the old city. The old city is divided by a 10 km long wall adjoining it. Also it has eight Gates prominent out of it. The new city is outside the confined city. Jodhpur is a very famed vacationer destination. The countryside is picturesque and enthralling. Jodhpur city has numerous beautiful forts and castles such as Jaswant Thada, Fort Umaid Bhavan Palace Mehrangarh Fort and Rai ka Bag Palace. Other attractions of Jodhpur include Administration museum and its gorgeous Umed garden. The city is known as the "Sun City" because of its cheerful and luminous weather throughout the year.

Above all the Rajasthan is a favorite vacationer destination, specifically well-known for its desert threesome JODHPUR, BIKANER AND JAISALMER, the three stone-sculpted cities growing out of the golden sand of Rajasthan. JODHPUR, Bikaner and Jaisalmer broadly constitute the exacting desert area of western Rajasthan, previously recognized as Marwar.

Tourist Places of Jodhpur:


MEHRANGARH FORT

Crowning a vertical cliff, the fort was originated by Maharaja Rao Jodha in 1458 A.D., when he transferred his capital from Mandore. Standing sentry to the town below, it overlook the rocky and gravelly topography and houses a fortress tortuously adorned with long carved panels and latticed holes-in-the-wall beautifully shaped from red sandstone. Carved boards and porticoes, decoratively ornamented windows and walls of Sheesh mahal, Moti Mahal (Pearl Palace), Sileh Khana, Phool Mahal and Daulat Khana, seem to make the primitive splendor come alive. A gathering of palanquins, hawdas, regal cradles, miniature paintings of several schools, folk

JASWANT THADA

Build in the reminiscence of King Jaswant Singh ll in 1899, the impressive white marble honoring marks the site of regal crematorium. It houses representations of consecutive monarchs. The four memorials around here honor notable acts of courage and kindness of the four successive monarchs.

UMAID BHAWAN PALACE

The only palace forms in the 20th century, as a scarcity respite project which gave employ to the persons for 16 years. Build by King Umaid Singh and named after him, this attractive palace is also known as Chittar Palace, for the reason that of the local Chittar sandstone used. It is a marvelous example of deco style and Indo-colonial art of the 30s. A exclusive feature of this palace is that the hand-chiseled sandstone chunks have been put together in a special system of dovetailing; there is no filling obligatory.

OSIAN TEMPLE

A great focus center of Brahmancial and Jain religions. The temples here fit to two periods. An initial period signified by nearly 12 temples and later period of 6 temples. The Jain Mahavir Temple is exclusive among the Osian temples, with the domed design of its hall-celling. The main Sachiya Mata Temple seems to be made in 1178 AD and has a shikhar bunched by two rows of battlements, an ambulatory and huge assemblage hall with an intricate ceiling.

Where to stay in Jodhpur

Jodhpur has a quantity of best hotels in Jodhpur and guest houses for the accommodation of vacationists and travelers of all budgets whether they are seeking profligate or cheap accommodation. These Jodhpur hotels are well-appointed with modern and luxury amenities. Staying at Jodhpur heritage hotels is also a good option for those who are fond of spoiling themselves with luxuriousness and lavishness.

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