Encircled by a stone wall, Jodhpur city was once the capital of Marwar. The city was established in 1459 by Roa Jodha, the chief of the Rajput clique. A 10-km extensive wall supported by 8 entrances encompasses the old and new Jodhpur City.
The exquisite Jodhpur’s art comes to vitality in its ethereal palaces, forts, temples and havelis, which stand affirm with the majestic splendor. The most tantalizing part of Jodhpur is its culture and tradition, lucid life, festivals and colorful glowing people who add charm to this royal city.
Mehrangarh Fort: Constructed on a sloppy terrain of Aravali hills, Mehrangarh fort is one of the colossal forts of India. The elegance and the eminence of diverse palaces in the fort speaks epic of red sandstones.
Umaid Bhawan Palace: Built in 20th century Umisd bhawan Palace is now been transmuted into a hotel. Some part of the Palace is preserves as a museum by the royal family of Jodhpur.
Ossian : Ossian one of the oldest cities in Rajisthan stands at a distance of 65km from Jodhpur. It treasures the ancient Jain temples of 11th century.
Jodhpur is famous for its tie and dye work, hand woven carpets, leather shoes with embroidery work, and puppets. Sadar Market is the main shopping area, with many shops lured with silver ornaments, marble stone work and clay work.
By Air: Jodhpur is well linked with Jaipur, Delhi, and Bombay through all major Airlines Flights.
By Rail: Jodhpur is connected by rail with Jaipur, Delhi, Mumbai vis Ahmedabad and Jaisalmer.
By Road: By road Jodhpur to Delhi 592km, Jaipur 343km, Agra 577 Bikaner 240 kms, Mumbai 1073 kms.