Jodhpur, the second biggest city of Rajasthan, is located on the western side of Jaipur and renowned for magnificent forts, old temples, and princely palaces. This is one of the best tourists’ destination not only in India but also for the world. Located near the stark landscape of Thar Desert, Jodhpur always experiences a sunny and bright weather all round the year and this is why the city is also known as the ‘Sun City’. As almost all the houses around the Mehrangarh fort are painted in vivid blue, the city even called the ‘Blue City’.
The city is well connected with all parts of Rajasthan, the roads, rails, and air. This is the only city in Rajasthan that bags the golden history & heritage from the period of the Rathore rulers. Jodhpur is also a place for many local festivals. These local festivals are not only snatched the heart of the local people, but they are also equally favorite to the foreign tourists. Some of these festivals are Marwar festivals, Veerpuri fair, Nag Panchami, Nav Sati, Holi, and Diwali etc. People celebrate these festivals with great cheer & religious fervency.
From the medieval times, the Polo has become the royal sports of Jodhpur. The city is also well-known for the furniture industry, cutlery, handicrafts, carpets, cutlery and marble goods. The city also brags about a unique cuisine. This unique cuisine creates an exceptional taste for the tourists.
Jodhpur is not only a city for glory, romance, beauty, and warmth of the desert, but it also a place for joy and amusements. The traditional folk-dance & night music performances are the great attraction to the tourists.
In Rajasthan Jodhpur is one of the most popular tourist spots in the country. The forts and palaces are the best attraction among the tourists. These places bear the tradition and culture of the city. The most popular attractions are Achal Nath Shivalaya, Government Museum, Mehrangarh Fort, Raj Ranchhodji Temple, and Umaid Bhawan Palace etc.