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Jodhpur – A Perfect Tourist Destination

Jodhpur also known as ‘The Sun City’ or ‘Blue City’ was founded by Rao Jodha in 1459. It is the second largest city in the state of Rajasthan which is divided into old and new city. The city is famous for magnificent forts and palaces. Tourists comes here to enjoy the Desert Kite festival which held every year in the month of January. The city has everything that makes your Rajasthan Tour memorable.

  1. Jodhpur Tourist Attractions
  2. Jodhpur Cuisines
  3. How to Reach Jodhpur?
  4. Best Time to Visit Jodhpur
  5. Best Places to Stay in Jodhpur
  6. Shopping in Jodhpur

1. Jodhpur Tourist Attractions

Jodhpur Tourist Attractions

Jodhpur City Tourist Attractions

Mehrangarh Fort – It is the largest forts in India which lies 400 feet above the city. The fort has seven gates among them jayapol is the largest gate in this fort. Moti Mahal or the Pearl Palace is the famous grand palaces on this fort.

Jaswant Thada – It is close to Mehrangarh Fort. It is built in milky white marble in the memory of Jaswant singh. Because of its beautiful marble structure, it is often known as ‘Taj Mahal of Marwar’. The marble architecture during that era attracts the people from all over the India and the world.

Balsam and Lake – It is an artificial lake which was constructed by Balak Rao Parihar. It was served as a summer resort for the royal family of Jodhpur.

Umaid Bhawan Palace – It is situated on the highest point of the city. The palace is built with a combination of Indian and European style of architecture. The palace is divided into two parts. One part serves as a residence of the royal family while the other two parts are converted into Taj Palace hotel and museum.

2. Jodhpur Cuisines

Jodhpur Cuisines

Jodhpur Cuisines – Govind Gatte

Jodhpur is mainly famous for sweets. And it has been said that people of Jodhpur have a sweet tone. Some of the varieties of sweet dishes are –
Mave ki kachori, Besan ki Chakki, Makhaniya Lassi and maakhan vade.

3. How to Reach Jodhpur?

How to Reach Jodhpur

How to Reach Jodhpur

The city has a well-connected mode of transportation so if you are thinking on how to reach Jodhpur and then here is the entire thing that you need. Jodhpur is well connected to other cities via railways, roadways and airways. Jodhpur airport which is 5 km away from city is connected to major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur and other cities. Jodhpur is well connected to other cities through railways and roadways. There are direct buses from Jaipur and Delhi which connects to Jodhpur. There are various trains also which connects to Jodhpur. The luxurious Palace on Wheels stops in Jodhpur.

4. Best Time to Visit Jodhpur

Best Time to Visit Jodhpur

Best Time to Visit Jodhpur Rajasthan

Travellers prefer to visit the country during the pleasing months during their India Tourism and the winter season is the best time to Visit Jodhpur. The temperature goes down from November to February. The temperature goes down during this time. Thus honeymoon lovers visit this place during this time to enjoy the desert activities. Desert Kite Festival is a famous festival which is celebrated in January.

5. Best Places to Stay in Jodhpur

Best Places to Stay in Jodhpur

Best Places to Stay in Jodhpur

There are various luxurious and Cheap Hotels in Jodhpur to stay according to your choice and convenience. Vivanta by Taj, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces and The Ummed Palace are the best 5 Star Hotels in Jodhpur. The Fern Residency hotel, Indana Palace and The Park Plaza are the best 4 star hotels in Jodhpur. Hotel Monarch, Hotel city view, Chandra Imperial and hotel Paras Inn are the best 3 Star Jodhpur Hotels.

6. Shopping in Jodhpur

Shopping in Jodhpur

Shopping in Jodhpur

It is one of the famous hubs for whole sale export operations in India. It attracts large number of European and North American dealers. It is also famous for textile dyers and die makers.

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