Make an Entire Visit in Jodhpur with Udaipur Taxi

Posted by payal gour on April 22nd, 2017

The city of Jodhpur was founded in 1459 AD by Rao Jodha, the chief of the Rajput clan. The city has got its name from him only. Rao Jodha successfully conquered the surrounding territory of present-day Jodhpur and founded a state called Marwar. Initially, Mandore, the nearby town from where Jodha came from, served as the capital of the Marwar kingdom. However, soon Jodhpur took over and became the capital of Marwar.

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Mehrangarh Fort

Mehrangarh’s main entrance is at the northeast gate, Jai Pol. It’s about a 300m walk up from the old city to the entrance, or you can take a winding 5km autorickshaw ride (around ₹120). Jai Pol was built by Maharaja Man Singh in 1808 following his defeat of invading forces from Jaipur. Past the museum ticket office and a small cafe, the 16th-century Dodh Kangra Pol was an external gate before Jai Pol was built, and still bears the scars of 1808 cannonball hits.

Mahamandir Temple in Jodhpur

It is Also known as Chittar Palace, this monument is divided into three areas, namely a heritage hotel, museum and the Maharaja’s royal residence. Umaid Bhawan Palace is one of the most exclusive hotels of Jodhpur. An architectural marvel, it is equipped with all modern facilities and offers a royal experience.

Jaswant Sagar Dam in Jodhpur

Jaswant Sagar Dam, in Pichiyak Village of Jodhpur, was built in 1892 by Maharaja Jaswant Singh. The reason behind the construction of this dam was to fulfill the irrigation requirements of Jodhpur. At present, the dam serves as a recreational spot - providing boating facilities and offering scenic views of the surroundings.

Sardar Samand Lake Overview

Bird-watchers rejoice, for this beautiful lake allows an excellent viewing opportunity of migratory birds. Located 60 kilometres south-east of Jodhpur, Sardar Samand Lake offers peaceful environ to visitors. On your way to the lake, you might just spot black bucks, neelgai and chinkara. What’s more, this lake offers a beautiful and peaceful retreat from the busy metropolitan life.

Jodhpur RIFF - Rajasthan International Folk Festival in Jodhpur

Celebrated every year in the month of October, this 5-day festival is spearheaded by the RIFF society ( which includes the Mehrangarh Museum Trust and the Jaipur Virasat Foundation) since 2007. More than 200 musicians and artists unite to celebrate Rajasthan’s folk music and history. From a hippy jazz night to a comforting morning raga, witness the different genres of music under one roof. And it’s not just music, you can also see some ethnic dances being performed by the artists her.

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