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  • 1 Mehrangarh Fort Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    IND - Jodhpur

    Since the mid 15C, Jodhpur has been dominated by the impressive Mehrangarh Fort, the "majestic fort" and a masterpiece of Rajput architecture built in ochre-coloured limestone. The building was used as the maharajas' residence right up to t..

  • 2 Mehrangarh Fort Museum Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Museums and art

    Forteresse de Mehrangarh IND - Jodhpur

    Discover the splendour of the Rajput maharajas in this museum housed in the Mehrangarh Fort. Visit the sumptuous interior of the Takhat Mahal, adorned with mirrors and coloured glass balls; the Phul Mahal, richly gilded and painted in the 19C; and Ta..

  • 3 Jodhpur's Bazaars Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Ghasmandi Rd IND - Jodhpur

    Perfect for shopping, the narrow streets of Jodhpur's old town, situated at the bottom of the fort, are lined with attractive houses limewashed in blue. The market stalls come to life at around 5pm and are grouped together according to the articles o..

  • 4 Umaid Bhawan Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    IND - Jodhpur

    This "thousand and one nights"-style palace was designed by the English architect Henry Vaughan Lanchester for the Maharaja of Jodhpur Umaid Bhawan. The huge red sandstone residence overlooks the city and was built in Art Deco style between..

  • 5 Mandore Gardens Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    IND - Jodhpur

    This beautiful park laid out on the site of the old capital of the Rathor kings was the site of royal cremations right up until the late 19C. It's a pity that the lawns are littered with plastic, as the pink sandstone buildings are really worth a vis..

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