Jodhpur is the second biggest city in Rajasthan. It was in the past the seat of a royal kingdom of the same name, otherwise called Marwar. Jodhpur is a prominent holiday destination, including numerous wonderful royal residences, temples and temples, aside from a stark, picturesque desert scene. Jodhpur lies at the heart of Rajasthan making it easily accessible to any other nearby tourist destinations in Rajasthan. The ancient city of Jodhpur is encompassed by a thick stone divider and should you choose to book one of the Jodhpur tour packages, there is a world of historical gems awaiting for you in this city. Here is a rundown on some of the important places to visit.
• Umaid Bhawan Palace
Maharaja Umaid Singhji who gave birth to this royal palace was well versed with the western ways of life, so he marshaled and approached a surely understood Edwardian designer, Henry Vaughan Lanchester, a respectable equivalent of Edward Lutyens (engineer of New Delhi) to develop a three hundred and forty seven storied Umaid Palace.
• Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum
Maharaja Umaid Singhji also went on to tell Henry Vaughan Lanchester to design a museum inside the museum in the same fashion and concept as he has built the majestic palace.
• Mandore Garden
Mandore was the previous capital of Maharajas of Marwar and is situated around 10 kms north of Jodhpur, however was later surrendered for the security of Mehrangarh stronghold. Here you will discover the dewals, or cenotaphs of Jodhpur’s previous rulers. Dissimilar to the standard chhatri-formed cenotaphs normal of Rajasthan, they were assembled along the lines of a Hindu temple, four stories high, with fine segments and a rich tower, all in red sandstone.
• Mehrangarh Fort Museum
A visit to this museum is a must. In the center of the Umaid Public Garden, this gallery houses a rich gathering of exhibition of various ancient artefacts of those time ranging from art to ancient manuscripts. This fort and surrounding garden existed during the rule of Maharaja Umaid Singhji.
• Mehrangarh Fort
Perched on a 150 m high slope its sprawl is the most considerable and wonderful fortress in Rajasthan. Rao Jodha established it in 1459 yet consequent leaders of Jodhpur have likewise added to it throughout the hundreds of years. A wandering street prompts the from the city 5 kms underneath. Fight scars of group ball hit by assaulting multitudes of Jaipur can in any case be seen on the second door.
Rajasthan is a land where tourism extremely rich. The other places of tourist interests in Rajasthan apart from Jodhpur are Jaipur, Jaisalmer and Udaipur. All these places equally are equally distinct and interesting. Book one of the Jaipur, Udaipur or Jaisalmer tour packages or simply get the whole Rajasthan tour package and be ready to have your mind blown!