Skywatch Friday - Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur

The Indian Desert State of Rajasthan is dotted with numerous Forts and palaces. Jodhpur is one of the important destinations in Rajasthan.

It is a small town - known as "Blue city" - with a wonderful hillock fort - palace. 

It takes at least two hours to complete the tour of the fort. The fort-palace is managed by Jodhpur royal family and they have done an excellent job in maintenance of the fort-palace and display of the royal artefacts. There are options of audio guide as well as human guides. It is recommended  to opt for either of the two which will help to understand the details of architectural heritage and stories behind the artefacts displayed in the fort-palace.



We were in Jodhpur during our long trip to Rajasthan in 2009.

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A Travel Blog from India: Skywatch Friday - Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur

Friday, 5 July 2013

Skywatch Friday - Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur

The Indian Desert State of Rajasthan is dotted with numerous Forts and palaces. Jodhpur is one of the important destinations in Rajasthan.

It is a small town - known as "Blue city" - with a wonderful hillock fort - palace. 

It takes at least two hours to complete the tour of the fort. The fort-palace is managed by Jodhpur royal family and they have done an excellent job in maintenance of the fort-palace and display of the royal artefacts. There are options of audio guide as well as human guides. It is recommended  to opt for either of the two which will help to understand the details of architectural heritage and stories behind the artefacts displayed in the fort-palace.



We were in Jodhpur during our long trip to Rajasthan in 2009.

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7 Comments:

At 7/05/2013 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

so coool

 
At 7/05/2013 , Blogger Ercotravels said...

Wow, a great heritage site!

 
At 7/05/2013 , Blogger Amazing wonders in my life said...

Beautiful...!

 
At 7/06/2013 , Blogger Meghana Hassan said...

Beautiful...

 
At 7/06/2013 , Blogger R Niranjan Das said...

Excellent shot. I loved the angle.

http://rajniranjandas.blogspot.com/2013/07/responsible-tourism-and-mature-actions.html

 
At 7/06/2013 , Blogger Shoshana said...

That is a spectacular palace. Do you have pictures inside of it?

 
At 7/07/2013 , Blogger Vasco Da GirDhar said...

I had seen Mehrangarh so many times as it is in my hometown. But every time it looks different from different lenses.

 

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