Jodhpur is the second largest city of Rajasthan State, and also known as the Gateway of Thar Desert. It is a very popular tourist destination, featuring many palaces, forts, and temples, set in the stark landscape of the Thar Desert.
The Mehrangarh Fort, built in 1459 by Rao Jodha in Jodhpur, is one of the biggest forts in the nation.
It is located at the highest point on a 410 feet hill and covered by huge walls. Situated at the center of the city, the fortification covers a region of around 5 Km of the hill. Its walls are 36 meters high and a width of 21 meters.
The wonderful carvings on the walls of the fort, the sprawling yards, its significant history, majestic palaces, exhibition halls and galleries charm visitors from everywhere throughout the world.
Inside the post, there are great royal residences like Sheesh Mahal and Phool Mahal which will abandon you awestruck.
A magnificent mix of a glorious past and a promising present, Umaid Bhawan Palace is turned into a lavish hotel by Taj group, which offers an essence of the royalness to every one of its customers.
At the exhibit, the 347 - room royal residence has been divided into three sections.
One section is the house of the royal family, where the visitors are not permitted to enter.
The second part houses an exhibition hall which has a rich collection of photos, arms, watches and clocks, animal toys and numerous different belonging of the imperial family.
The third part of the royal residence has been changed over into a five-star inn and offers the most flawless service to its customers.
Khejarla Fort was built in the seventeenth century, in Jodhpur, Rajasthan.
Initially constructed for Maharajah Gopal Das Ji, it has since been changed to a lodge that is open to guests and tourists.
Located in the desert regions of Rajasthan, this fort joins the natural roughness of its surroundings with the extravagant royal fit for a Maharaja.
Ascending from the desert, the countryside of Khejarla, the fort was constructed on stone rocks and is made of red sandstone which embodies the Rajput architecture.
Balsamand Lake is a man made a lake that was made to supply the town of Mandore. Found just 5 kilometres far from the principal city of Jodhpur, the lake was constructed in 1159 AD by the Gurjara-Pratihara rulers.
Encompassed by extravagant nurseries, containing a wide variety of trees like mango, papaya, pomegranate, and so forth, the man-made lake has a depth of 15 m, a diameter of 1 km.
Developed in 1159 AD, by Balak Rao Parihar, of the Gurjara-Pratiharas, this man-made lake was initially purposed to give the Mandore town with water, however, as of late, it is all the more broadly known for its optimistic setting, scenic magnificence, and tranquil environment.