Jodhpur- The Sun City of India

Jodhpur, the second big city of Rajasthan is referred to as the Blue city just as the Sun City of India. It is one of the beautiful urban areas in India. This city is recognized as the Sun City since it appreciates the brilliant and radiant climate all around the year. There are different attractive Heritage Hotels and Palace Hotels in Jodhpur to watch. Jodhpur is a very well-loved vacation destination goal as there are different fortresses, sanctuaries, and royal residences to explore. Jodhpur is also known as ‘Blue City’ as the homes are blue-painted in the old area of the city.

The majority of the houses in Jodhpur’s old city are Blue-shaded and a few people say that the shading is related to the Brahmins and that blue places of the city have a place with that caste individual. It’s likewise said that as it’s called the Sun City in light of the fact that the climate stays splendid and radiant all around the year, and to keep the houses cool Blue shading is utilized on the Houses. Blue Color helps in recognition of the Houses cool in the warmth, which is essential for this the Sun City of India.


Best Places to Visit:-

Umaid Bhawan Palace

Umaid Bhawan Palace, situated in Jodhpur in Rajasthan, India, is one of the world’s biggest private residences. A piece of the royal residence is overseen by Taj Hotels. Named after Maharaja Umaid Singh, grandfather of the present proprietor Gaj Singh. The castle has 347 rooms and is the primary habitation of the previous Jodhpur regal family. A piece of the royal residence is a historical center.

Mehrangarh Fort

Mehrangarh Fort holds the pride of spot in Jodhpur in light of its awe-inspiring engineering and the various history related to it. Considered as a standout amongst the most imposing and eminent strongholds of Rajasthan, Mehrangarh Fort was built by Rao Jodha in the year 1459. The fort is spread over a zone of 5 km and is based on 125 m high slope in the edges of Jodhpur city.


Inside the fort, one can see the eminent royal residences. The principal castles situated in the Mehrangarh Fort are Moti Mahal, Phool Mahal, Sheesh Mahal, Zenana Dude, Takht Vilas, and Jhanki Mahal. There are additionally two sanctuaries situated inside the fortress – Chamundi Devi Mandir and Nagnechiaji Mandir, devoted to Goddess Durga and the Kuldevi separately.

There is additionally a historical center inside the Mehrangarh Fort, which displays a rich accumulation of palanquins, melodic instruments, regal supports, ensembles, arms, furniture, and artistic creations.

Kailana lake

kailana Lake is a little counterfeit water body situated on the Jaisalmer Road. This is a well-known excursion spot which is prestigious for its regular excellence. Sailing on the lake is encouraged by the Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation. This lake has another part known as Takhat Sagar Lake which is situated around 10 km far from Jodhpur city. This lake is named in the wake of King Takhat Singh who ruled Jodhpur during the nineteenth century.

Clock Tower

At a distance of 1.5 km from Jodhpur Junction and 3 km from Jodhpur Fort, Ghanta Ghar, also known as the clock tower, is situated in Jodhpur city of Rajasthan. It is one of the major landmarks in Jodhpur and also one of the top places to visit in Jodhpur.

The clock tower is a mainstream milestone in the old city. The energetic Sardar Market is near the pinnacle, and restricted back roads lead from here to a bazaar selling  Indian desserts, marble inlay work, silver, and crafted works. One can also shop here for the finest variety of spices.

Balsamand Lake

Balsamand Lake is a counterfeit lake that was manufactured route in 1159 AD by Balak Rao Parihar as a water repository to oblige Mandore. One kilometer long, 50 m expansive and 15 m profound; the lake is situated in the midst of a manicured greenhouse brimming with mango, papaya, pomegranate, guava, and plum trees.

Chamunda Mata Temple

Chamunda Mata sanctuary in Jodhpur is the sanctuary of Chamunda Devi, Isht Devi of the imperial family. It is situated in the southern piece of Mehrangarh Fort,  Rao Jodha brought the icon of his preferred goddess Chamunda Devi from the old capital of Mandore in 1460. He introduced the Chamunda Devi icon in the Mehrangarh Fort and from that point, Chamunda becomes their diety. Worshipped and visited by numerous fans in and around Jodhpur, at the season of Dussehra.

Jaswant Thada

This site was built in the nineteenth century by Maharaja Sardar Singh in the memory of his father, Maharaja Jaswant Singh II, the 33rd Rathore leader of Jodhpur.

One should visit this commemoration, which has a sanctuary like design, on their visit to Jodhpur. Jaswant Thada is an ideal case of compositional splendor. The design is made of white marbles which are fine to the point that the external surface of the entire structure transmits a warm sparkle during daylight. Presently it shows an assortment of canvases and representations of Jodhpur rulers.

Complete Itinerary of Jodhpur-

Day 1

Land in Jodhpur and look into your inn. After breakfast head to Mehrangarh Fort, arranged 5 kilometers from Jodhpur city, the stronghold encases delightfully cut red sandstone royal residences and wonderful sanctuary engineering.

Mehrangarh Fort Museum is a standout amongst the best-kept exhibition halls of India. It houses everything from period ensembles, artworks, classical decorations and weapons having a place with formers rulers and warriors, to an entrancing accumulation of howdahs and palanquins.  Next, you can visit Jaswant Thada, which is near the Mehrangarh Fort. This landmark is manufactured like a sanctuary made completely out of white marbles, with delightfully unpredictable grid carvings.

Your next stop is the clamoring Clocktower (Ghantaghar) showcase zone. It’s shopping time! The Nai Sadak – Clocktower territory is a perfect spot for getting the nearby kinds of the city. You can make some stun bargains in the flavors and coffee bars, particularly around the Clocktower.

There are different markets in the city, however, they require voyaging further ahead. You will locate that various markets have some expertise in various products. Like, for manikins, carpets, reflect work, Bandhani (tie and color) textures, Jodhpurs, and other dress things, the business sectors of Kapra Bazaar, Sojati Gate, and Sardar Bazaar, will be your most logical option.

Along these lines, that is it for your first day here. Head back to your inn for some sustenance and rest.


Day 2

Post breakfast, you can set out toward the Umaid Bhawan Palace. Built by Maharaja Umaid Singh, over a million square feet of marble and an uncommon kind of sandstone (Chittar sandstone) was utilized to develop the royal residence, which is the reason, it is likewise alluded to as Chittar Palace. With its galleries, nurseries, patios and stately rooms, the royal residence symbolizes the best of Indo-Saracenic design. The castle is partitioned into three sections.

The castle, historical center, and the market shouldn’t take you over 3 hours. When you are done, it will be the ideal time for informal breakfast and proceed to the next destination

Various lakes and natural life havens inside 50 kilometers of Jodhpur. A few lakes like the Balsamand lake and the Kalyana lake are under 10 kilometers away. Both these lakes are very pleasant and make magnificent cookout spots.

Along these lines, prepare for a fun and bright ride into the lively culture and marvelous grand excellence of this mystical city in Rajasthan.


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