Jodhpur Tourist Places, Rajasthan, India

Balsamand Lake

It has become a very popular picnic spot because of additional attractions like the sprawling lush gardens bristling with an impressive array of fruit trees, and the beautiful lakeside palace built by Maharaja Sur Singh as a summer retreat, which at present, serves as a heritage hotel. An artificial waterfall originating from the reservior supplies water to the garden. One may even supplies water to the garden. One may even catch a blue bull or a peacock strutting around in the gardens or even a fruit bat hanging from the trees. There are domed embankments created around the lake, which offer excellent views of the lake.
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Jawant Thada

Jaswant Thada, a royal memorial of the Rathore caln, is located around half a kilometre away from the Mehrangarh Fort. It was built in 1899 AD as a memorial for Maharajah Jaswant Singh II by his son, Maharaja Sardar Singh. This monument is built like a temple made entirely out of white marbles, with each marble sheet displaying intricate lattice carvings. There is an impressive collection of sculptures and frescos as well. A truly perfect example of architectural brilliance. The marbles are polished so fine that in the sunlight, the outer surface of the whole building emits a warm glow.
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Mandore Garden

The Mandore gardens are located in Mandore, which is a small town about 9 kilometers away from Jodhpur. It gets a lot of tourist influx coming from Jodhpur. Mandore was the earlier capital of the Rajputana kingdom before Marwar. It is visited mainly for the Mandore Fort and the famous Mandore Gardens which was built around the royal cenotaphs (Chhatris) of the Rathore rulers made of red sandstone, six of which stand out.
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Mehrangarh Fort

The Mehrangarh Fort was originally built by Rao Jodha in 1459. although most of the existing fort building dates from Jaswant Singh period. Standing on a 125 m high hill in the outskirts of the city, this fort is spread over an area of 5 The fort bulwarks offer an overview of Jodhpur with the city seeming like a blue carpet laid at the foor of the hill. The fort walls are up to 36 m high and 21 m wide. And enclose beautifully carved red sandstone palaces and exquisite temple architecture. This fort had been extended and embellished a little more with every new ruler who reigned here. Thus this remarkable piece of architecture showcases a historical timeline with some remnants of each period preserved in its walls.
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Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park

Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park lies at the foot of Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur city, Rajasthan iconic and best known fort. The Park extends across 70 hectares about 200 acres of rocky land surrounding the fort . You can enter the Park from the Visitors Centre 800 metres from the main Fort Gate. You can also walk across the Park starting closer to the Fort or from several other points of entry.
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Umaid Bhawan Palace

This museum is fully dedicated to the history of Umaid Bhawan Palace. It showcases pictures of the palace, taken at different points of time and retells the story of how Maharaja Umaid Singh was keen on Western architecture and appointed a well-known Edwardian architect to create this palace in the Art-Deco style. A very unique antique clock collection and a huge banner presented by Queen Victoria hold special interests for the tourists. There are many more interesting artefacts belonging to the royals, ranging from cutleries, trophies and weapons.
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