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Gulab Sagar


Gulab Sagar Lake was actually constructed in a source of water storage in 1788 by Maharaja Vijay Singh, which is near Sadar market of Incredible Jodhpur, Rajasthan.  It is around 150x90m in size which took approx 8years for completing the gulab sagar project. 

There is a Kunjebehari temple of Lord Krishna and the Raj Mahal garden palace on the bank of lake which is the nearby attraction spots.


Airport (6 Km)
Railway Station (3 Km)

Balsamand Lake


The Balsammand Lake in Jodhpur is Historical Lakes in Jodhpur and a prominent spot for picnic encompassed by slopes. It is a fake lake inherent 1159 AD. Balsammand Lake is approx 7 kms from the principle city, on the Jodhpur - Mandore Street. This lake is approx one kilometer long, fifty meters wide and fifteen meters profound. Alongside the lake stands the Balsammand Palace, an imaginative eight-pillared palace with three passageway doors. Maharaja Sur Singh got the palace developed in 1936, as a midyear structure. All around the lake are lavish green enclosures. A counterfeit falling waterfall brings water from the store to the enclosures.

Airport (8 Km)
Railway Station (6 Km)

Kaylana Lake


The Kaylana Lake found 9 kms North West of Jodhpur city on Jaisalmer Street is a perfect excursion spot. The lake is otherwise called Pratap Sagar, as it was constructed by Pratap Singh of Jodhpur amid the year 1872. Prior, the locale connecting the lake had castles and enclosures of two Jodhpur rulers which were crushed to manufacture the Kaylana Lake. Spread in excess of 84 square kms of area Kaylana Lake is the Historical Water Sources In Jodhpur and fundamental wellspring of water supply to the city, where water comes the extent that from Himalaya through Indra Gandhi Canal. Flanked by a lovely arrangement, the lake and its surroundings are the home to assortment of flying creatures and little creatures. Sailing offices in the lake is accommodated voyagers. Kaylana Lake is a fantastic spot for flying creature viewing furthermore offers an amazing perspective of the dusk. As the lake is profound, swimming is disallowed here.

Airport (11 Km)
Railway Station (8 Km)

Rao Jodha Desert Park


Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park is spread over 70 hectares of rough land encompassing the Mehrangarh Fort Jodhpur. The passageway of the Park is around 800 meters through the Visitors Centre from the fundamental Fort Gate. One can likewise achieve the Park from a few different purposes of entrance. The Visitor's Centre is housed in a notable sixteenth century passage to the city. From the Visitors focus one can happen to a stone staircase that prompts a non-useful antiquated hand cut reservoir conduit. The high dividers and the thin section of the Aqueduct serve as an intrepid strolling trail, where one can watch the desert plants one after the other. It is suggested to convey the decently outlined hand aide of the plants while strolling along this trail so as to perceive the different plants and take in more about them.

Park Timings: 9am to 5.30pm. 

Airport (9 Km)
Railway Station (5 Km)



Mandore was the capital of the marwar prior the foundation of Incredible Jodhpur which is situated 7-kms north from the Jodhpur junction.  The popular local attraction of mandore is its royal based gardens with high rock terraces and most important there are the cenotaphs of the former rulers of Incredible Jodhpur.
The special attraction of these cenotaphs is that instead of usual Chatri-shaped as typical Rajasthan style, there are set in the beautiful landscape mandore garden along with the line of a Hindu temple. Here they are four stories with the fine columns and a unique spire, all in red sandstones. The most appealing dewal is of Maharaja Ajit Singh. Over the hills on a rocky outcrop the cenotaphs of Maharani’s are set.

In this victorious Mandore garden you will get to see “the Shrine of the Three Hundred Millon Gods”, fully surrounded by colorful bright images of Hindu Gods which gives us a pleasant feeling.


Airport (9 Km)
Railway Station (7 Km)