Chamunda Mata Temple

Chamunda Mata temple is dedicated to Chamunda Mata also known as Chamundi Devi or Goddess Chamundeshwari.  It is built is the property of Meherangarh Fort, located at the south end of the fort, Chamundi Devi is the main goddess of the the royal family.

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Brahmpuri

Demanding attention right at the footsteps of the majestic Mehrangargh Fort , the Bhrampuri, derived from two words Brahm - Brahmins (priestly class) and puri - land i.e. land of the Brahmins. 

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Sathin Fort

Located around 70 kms away from Jodhpur on Jodhpur-Merta Road, Sathin Fort is also known as “House of Sathin” or Sathin Garh, it’s a 350 years old fort. Sathin Fort & its history have an exceptional contribution in the history of Bhati Clan of Marwar.

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Rao Jodha Desert Park

The Roa Jodha Park, get its name after Roa Jodha, the 15th century warrior, who had built the Mehrangarh Fort. If you plan to visit the park do not forget to carry a pair of comfortable footwear and a set binocular to help you view the diversity of the park.

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Khimsar Fort

Khimsar fort is sited near Khivsar Village, to the extremity of the Thar Desert. It lies in the Nagaur District of Rajasthan.  Established in the 16th Century by Karamsot dynasty, their rulers fought battles with grace and dignity. 

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Osian Village

Built during 8th century, Osian is an old town situated 65 kms away from Jodhpur on Jodhpur-Bikaner highway. This town is famous for its temple and its magnificent architectural built. 

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Machiya Safari Park

Machiya Safari Park lies on the jodhpur-jaisalmer route. It is located in machiya forest block, around the hills near kalayna lake. It is a biological safari park housing the wildlife.  The park was constructed with main objective to conserve the flora & fauna, and preserve the endangered species.

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Guda Bishnoi Village

Situated 25 kms away from jodhpur city, is the tribal hamlet named as Guda Bishnoi Village. The village is renowned for its majestic beauty. Next to the Guda Bishnoi village there is a Guda Bishnoi Lake and the village is surrounded by prosopis cineraria; species of a flowering tree locally known as Khejri.

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