Mehrangarh Fort

Meharangarh Fort, one  of the largest forts in Jodhpur, India, it built approximately one hundred and twenty feet perpendicular in sheer opulence above the  ground, and four hundred into the sky blue horizon,  it was built in 1450 A.D., by the Rajput Emperor Rao Jodha.

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Umaid Bhawan Palace

Umaid Bhawan Palace, was built by Maharaja Umaid Singh in 19th Century, using stones extracted from Chittar Hill. Earlier palace was also known as Chittar Palace.

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Jaswant Thada

Jaswant Thada, also referred sometimes, as the Taj Mahal of Jodhpur is a memorial built in 1899 by Maharaja Sardar Singh, in remembrance of his father, Maharaja Jaswant Singh II.

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Clock Tower & Sardar Market

About 300 years old, Clock tower (also known as Ghanta Ghar ) is a popular sight in Jodhpur city. Sardar market is bustling, with wide variety to shop for, there are about seven thousand, shops and you are definitely spoilt for choices right from silver jewellery and artifact, paintings, embroidered leather shoes, tie and dye cotton sheets and Saris etc.

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Ranisar Padamsar Lake

Ranisar & Padamsar are two Lakes, situated in the old city near Fateh Pol. These lakes are 500 years old built for conserving natural water.

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Mandore Garden

Mandore Garden, famously known, as the erstwhile capital of Marwar, Mandore is an ancient town, located seven kilometers to the north from Jodhpur.

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Kaylana Lake

Kaylana Lake, is an unnatural - manmade lake, it is situated approximately eight kilometers, north west on Jaisalmer road.

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Balsamand Lake

Balsamand Lake was built by ‘His Highness Maharaja Jaswant Singh I’. If you are intrigued by where did the Royal Family unwind, Balsamand Lake Place, served once as the summer retreat for the royal family.

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Stepwell (Tuwar Ji Ka Jhalra)

Stepwell or (Tuwar ji ka Jhalra) is quite an interesting place to visit it also renders a glimpse into the kind of important responsibilities women had in royal families; the building has layers and layers of stairs, fencing from all corners and eventually leading towards a water pond. 

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Gulab Sagar

Gulab Sagar Lake is among the few lakes of Jodhpur, situated in old city near Sardar Market of Jodhpur city. The lake was constructed in 1788 by Gulab Rai the beloved of Maharaja Vijay Singh, that’s where it took its name from.

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