RAJASTHAN TOUR-PART-4

ONE DAY IN JODHPUR, NOVEMBER 27 , 2018

We left for Jodhpur by car at 8 am November 27. We reached Jodhpur by 11:30 am. Before reaching the hotel we told the driver to take us to Udaipur in the next morning. The driver was a resident of Jodhpur and a nice person.

After arriving the hotel we took bath and had lunch. Then we went to see the famous Mehrangarh Fort.

MEHRANGARH FORT:

MEHRANGARH FORT
AT MEHRANGARH FORT
MEHRANGARH FORT

Mehrangarh Fort is one of the largest fort in India.The fort is situated 410 feet above the city.The elevator can be used while climbing this large fort. With this our guide and we climbed the fort. Audio guide is available here. The museum in the fort is one of the most well-stocked museums in Rajasthan. There is a selection of old royal palanquins. Mehrangarh Fort was built in 1438 by Rao Jodha, after whom the city of Jodhpur is named. The palaces at Mehrangarh fort are called Sheesh Mahal( the mirror hall), Moti Mahal,Phool Mahal and Zenana Deoti(women’s quarters made of sand stone).

Timings:

9 am to 5 pm daily.

Entry fee:

Indian visitors: Rs. 60.0 and Foreign visitors: Rs. 400.0

AT MEHRANGARH FORT
PALANQUIN OF QUEEN AT MEHRANGARH FORT MUSEUM
MOTIMAHAL AT MEHRANGARH FORT
CRADLES OF PRINCE OR PRINCESS AT ZENANA DEOTI (WOMEN’S QUARTERS)
A VIEW OF ‘BLUE CITY’ JODHPUR FROM MEHRANGARH FORT

Jodhpur is called “Blue City”. Some say blue color is related to the Brahmins. Blue buildings of Jodhpur are belong to Brahmins.

If you are in Jodhpur, it is good if you have two days. One day is not enough to eat local food and to get a better tour.

JASWANT THADA:

After visiting Mehrangarh Fort we went to see Jaswant Thada. It is a cenotaph located in Jodhpur. It is also known as “Tajmahal of Mewar”.

JASWANT THADA
AT JASWANT THADA

Umaid Bhavan Palace is another tourist spot where the Maharaja of Jodhpur still lives.

Next morning we left for Udaipur.

About CHHANDA GOSWAMI

Hi, I am Chhanda Goswami. I am a housewife.I love to travel. Recently I am drafting my travel experiences to help future travelers. I live at Sonarpur in West Bengal(India)

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