What to visit in Jodhpur, the Blue City

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WHAT TO VISIT IN JODHPUR, THE BLUE CITY

Jodhpur is regarded as India’s blue town (because to the tone in which most of its homes are painted) and is one of the best places to visit in the Hindu country’s north and west.

What is the location of Jodhpur?

Jodhpur is in the state of Rajasthan, in the northwest of India, and is one of the country’s most popular tourist destinations.
If you’re visiting India for the first time, you’ll most likely go to Delhi (the capital), Agra (to view the Taj Mahal), and the Rajasthan area.
The cities of Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, and Jaisalmer are the most significant in Rajasthan.

What’s the best way to travel to Jodhpur?

As I previously stated, Jodhpur is one of the places that is always included on a Rajasthan trip. The majority of visitors visiting India arrive in Delhi, the capital, and begin their journey from there.

This route is virtually always, if not always, taken by rail.

India has a vast railway network that connects the majority of the country’s cities. Traveling by rail in India is an experience in and of itself; in fact, I would argue that you have not experienced India unless you have gone by rail.

Here’s the crucial part: Jodhpur’s train links to the other places you’ll probably wish to visit:
Delhi-Jodhpur: 2 daily trains, each lasting around 12 and a half hours.
5 daily trains run between Jaipur and Jodhpur, with a length of around 5 and a half hours.
Agra-Jodhpur: 2 daily trains, each lasting around 11 hours.
Jaisalmer-Jodhpur: 2 daily trains, each lasting around 6 hours.

There is no train link between Udaipur and Jodhpur in either way. The bus (7 hours approx.) or cab are the best ways to go between the two. A cab ride between the two cities might cost between $50 and $60.

In Jodhpur, there are a few sights that you should not miss.

Fort of Mehrangarh

The major reason to visit Jodhpur is to see Mehrangarh Fort, which is the city’s principal attraction.
If you’re anxious about looking for information to figure out where it is in the city, don’t worry; you won’t need a map. The fort is situated on a hill and is visible from many parts of Jodhpur.

What information do you require about the fortress?
To reach there, you may either walk up a wonderful hill or take a tuk-tuk as an option.
It contains seven entrance doors, four of which you will travel through on your tour.

They include an audio tour in a variety of languages with your ticket! You must make a decision. This podcast will describe Mehrangarh Fort to you.
You must leave your passport or a deposit at the audio guide kiosk in return for a piece of paper that you must present at the exit in order to receive your money or passport back. It is preferable to leave money, since the passport should never be misplaced.

9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The greatest views of the blue city are from the fort.
The fort tour takes roughly two hours.
You’ll be astounded. 

Visit the historic district of the city

The ancient town of Jodhpur with its blue homes are the city’s second draw.
There are other wonderful blue towns in the globe, one of them being Chauen or Chefchauen in Morocco.
You might be asking why the houses are painted indigo blue.
There are two causes, according to Wiki:

The color blue was employed to paint the Brahmins’ (priests’) homes, and over time, the rest of the castes followed suit. You know, I see ass, and I want ass.

They painted the dwellings sky blue in the hopes of keeping mosquitoes at bay and keeping the interior cool.

Jaswant thada

The Jaswant Thada Mausoleum was created in the 19th century by Maharaja Sardar Singh to honor his late father.
The Taj Mahal of Jodhpur is the name given to the mausoleum.
What’s up, folks! They seem to be from Bilbao!
Yes, the place is cute, but comparing it to the Tajmahal has me a little creeped out.

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