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Jodhpur is the second-largest city in Rajasthan. It is popularly known as the Blue City, because of the unique paint the houses here are colored in. To its north and northwestern regions lies the Thar Desert. The history of the city dates back to 1459 AD. Rao Jodha, the erstwhile ruler of the Rathore Clan is credited for the origin of this magnificent town. Jodhpur is famous for its grandeur infrastructures, authentic Rajasthani cuisine served in numerous restaurants, old town busy life, and the insurmountable number of views it possesses particularly the breathtaking landscape views from the grand Mehrangarh Fort.

Jaswant Thada

Sardar Market

Toorji Ka Jhalra (Toorji’s Step Well)

Balsamand Lake and Garden

Zenana Mahal

Ghanta Ghar

The urban settlements in the town have made commuting easier than ever. You can visit places within the city as well as the ones on the outskirts by booking an autorickshaw, or a taxi. Popular commute services like Ola are available in the city. Additionally, you can hire a rental bike or scooter if you wish to dig deeper into the culture of Blue City.


Gulab Jamun ki Sabzi


Mawa Kachori

Onion Kachodi

Jodhpur, the Sun City, or the Blue City draws its significance in the history of Rajasthan since 1459 AD when Rao Jodha, the chief of the Rathoda clan, decided to shift the capital from Mandore to Jodhpur. The city is named after him. Earlier, the region was called Marwar. The kingdom of Jodhpur used to be the largest in the Rajputana-ruled territories. Later, when India got Independent, they decided to join India and became part of the largest state of India, Rajasthan.


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