Jodhpur Sightseen Tour
[ Mehrangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada, Rao Jodha Desert Park ]
Jodhpur Day Tour Start from Jodhpur Tour starts at 9: am and come back at Jodhpur office on 5:PM we start our tour From Jodhpur Fort.
Mehrangarh, known for its beautiful architecture, formidable walls, and cultural heritage, is one of the most magnificent forts in Rajasthan, India. There is no exaggeration in Rudyard Kipling describing the fort as “Amazing Palace of India Rajasthan that might have been built by Titans and colored by the morning sun”.
The Jaswant Thada is a cenotaph located in Jodhpur, in the Indian state of Rajasthan. It was built by Maharaja Sardar Singh of Jodhpur State in 1899 in memory of his father, Maharaja Jaswant Singh II, and serves as the cremation ground for the royal family of Marwar.
Rao Jodha Desert Park
One of the most interesting places to visit in Jodhpur is the Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park, named after the king who built Mehrangarh Fort, and also Jodhpur. Unlike any of the other attractions in Jodhpur, which have well seeped into the history and Rajasthan's culture, the Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park is a unique attraction one must visit. Situated in a large area near the famous Mehrangarh fort, the park is an ecologically restored zone hoping to restore the desert ecology that once existed in the area and died out over the years. The project began in 2006 and after five years of clearing out the plant that had killed most of the diverse ecology and subsequently growing the plants that now thrive here, this park was opened for visitors in 2011.
Salawas Durry Udhyog
established in 1897 by Lt. Fatohji, who remains a source of inspiration to be dedicated to working. Presently the organization is handling and owning by Mr. Usman Gani. Since the last century, Salawas Durry Udhyog has been manufacturing and supplying all kinds of durries with good quality.
Jodhpur Day Tour Finished at Jaswant Thada and Drive back to Jodhpur city and Drop at Hotel and Airport. Car Rental in Jodhpur offers the best price to rent a cab or taxi in Jodhpur. Car rental Show reliable services to the customer. taxi services are useful for the travelers who wants only pickups and drops facility means transfer from one Jodhpur place to another like airport pickups and drops, railway station pickups and drops, bus stand pickups and drops and hotels pickups and drops.
The Rathore rulers of the Indian princely state of Jodhpur were of an ancient dynasty established in the 8th century. However, the dynasty's fortunes were made by Rao Jodha, first of the rulers of the Rathore dynasty in Jodhpur in 1459. Out of the 15 rulers that preceded Jodha, 9 died on the battlefield, of them 6 against foreign armies. Jodha's son himself died after a battle in which he saved 140 women from Afghan raiders.
The kingdom remained independent until it was annexed by the Mughal Empire in 1583 after the death of Chandrasen Rathore. It remained under direct Mughal control until Udai Singh was restored to the throne as a vassal and given the title of Raja. During the late 17th century it was under the strict control of the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb, but the ruling house of Rathore was allowed to remain semi-autonomous in their territory. During this time Durgadas Rathore struggled to preserve the rathore dynasty and freed Marwar from the Mughal Empire after 25 years of war. In the late 18th and early 19th centuries, the kingdom was overrun by the Maratha hordes of Scindia and Holkar. Marwar was financially bankrupt due to heavy tributes exacted by the Marathas and its once renowned army had now thinned down because of internal wars and rebellions by its nobles, forcing its rulers to ask the British for aid. The British had no role in the state's affairs until 6 January 1818, when the Raja at that time, Man Singh, entered into a subsidiary alliance, after which the Rajas of Marwar (or Jodhpur) continued as rulers of a princely state. During the Indian Rebellion of 1857, the Rajput Nobles of Pali under Thakur Kushal Singh Rathore led a rebellion against Raja Takht Singh and the British, however, the rebellion was put to an end by the British armies under colonel Holmes after a siege of the Thakurs fort in Auwa. The armies of Jodhpur State fought in World War I for the British. They actively fought in Afghanistan and the Middle-east and scored a series of victories for the British empire. The Jodhpur lancers with the support of the Mysore lancers defeated a large host of Turks and Germans in the Battle of Haifa (1918). Some of the other battles they participated in were the battles of Suez, Gaza, Jordan Valley, Abu Tellul and Megiddo.