It's also a museum and the home of the current owner, Raja Gaj Singh. Because it's on Jodhpur's Chittar Hill, it's also called the Chittar Palace.
Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park in Jodhpur covers 72 hectares near Mehrangarh Fort. The park opened in 2006 to rehabilitate a rocky area's ecosystem and promote vegetation.
It's on a 410-foot hill surrounded by massive fortifications. It has appeared in Hollywood and Bollywood films including The Lion King and The Dark Knight Rises.
If you're seeking for a wonderful vacation from Jodhpur, Balsamand Lake is 5 km distant and offers breathtaking beauty.
Ranisar Lake offers one of Jodhpur's nicest views. This is one of the nicest places in Jodhpur to spend time alone or with a friend.
Kaylana Lake is an 84-square-kilometer manmade lake 8 km west of Jodhpur. Built by Pratap Singh in 1872, it provides Jodhpur's drinking water.
The Rajasthan Clock Tower marks the beginning of Old Jodhpur. From the tower's top, you can see the whole city.
Known as the Taj Mahal of Marwar, this monument has beautiful sculptures. Its attractiveness is enhanced with a multilevel garden, pond, and gazebos.
Mandore Gardens is one of Jodhpur's top parks to visit on a busy day. Mandore dates back to the 6th century, before Jodhpur.
This adventure has 6 300-meter zip lines. These zip lines overlook Chokeloa Palace and Garden, Mehrangarh Fort, Ranisar Lake, Balsamand Lake Palace, and Rao Jodha Park.
Popular 'kund' or stepwell in Jodhpur, Rajasthan. It's built in the spirit of the Rajasthani royal architecture.
Umaid Singh built it in Umaid Bagh Park. It displays Jodhpur's past through weaponry, fabrics, paintings, sculptures, inscriptions, and metal artefacts.
This park is a paradise for nature and animal lovers, as it is home to many wild animals like Blue bulls, rabbits, desert foxes, deer, monitor lizards, wild cats, etc.
The lake is close to the city of Jodhpur, and travellers can see beautiful green views from it. Here, you can see different kinds of migratory birds from around the world.