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Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur

On the edge of the Thar Desert stands Jodhpur, the city of Rajasthan dominated by an imposing fort. The old city is surrounded by a wall with eight gates and the new city is built around the wall. Jodhpur in Rajasthan was founded by Rao Jodha in the mid-15th century.

The people of Jodhpur are hospitable and their personalities are as colorful as their attires. Jodhpur is an amalgamation of camel-driven carts, Rajasthani men with bright turbans, women in traditional jewellery, austere sand dunes, architectural wonders and the mouth-watering Rajasthani cuisine.

Places to visit
Ummaid Bhawan Palace, Jodhpur

Umaid Bhawan Palace : Constructed in the 20th century over a period of 14 years, this palace of Jodhpur is a classic example of Indo-colonial style of architecture. A unique feature of this palace is that the hand-chiseled sandstone blocks have been put together in an interlocking pattern without any mortar binding. Part of the palace has been converted into a museum that has a fascinating collection of artifacts of the royal era.

Jaswant Thada : Made of white marble, this is the 19th century royal cenotaph of Maharaja Jaswant Singh was built in 1899. The marble lattice work is awesome. Some rare portraits of the rulers of Jodhpur are displayed here.

Chamunda Devi Temple : This famous temple of Rajasthan dedicated to Goddess Durga stands at the end of the Mehrangarh Fort.

Jaswantthada, Jodhpur

Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur

Mehrangarh Fort : Situated on a 125m high hill, this majestic fort of Rajasthan is one of the largest forts in India. Parts of the fort bear signs of mighty attacks, the first of the seven gates being scarred by cannon ball hits. The fort houses magnificent palaces of Rajasthan like the Moti Mahal, Phool Mahal and Sheesh Mahal that are ornately decorated with carved screens and latticed windows.

The museum has a fascinating collection of the fabulous possessions of the Maharajas - furniture, miniature paintings, musical instruments, and costumes.

Mandore : Situated 8kms from Jodhpur is captivating capital of Marwar. The main attraction is the Hall of Heroes, which has sixteen huge figures carved out of a single rock wall. The Shrine of 330 million Gods, the royal cenotaphs and the sprawling gardens are some of the other attractions.

Ossian : The ancient city of Ossian is 65kms from Jodhpur. Situated here are the Brahmanical and Jain temples belonging to the 8th and 11th centuries. They are famous for their tranquil beauty.

Mandore Garden, Johdpur

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