Jodhpur's Mehrangarh Fort towers 400 feet above the city. It was a Rajput residence for nearly 500 years and today symbolizes power and dignity.
Gaj Singh's grandfather, Maharaja Umaid Singh, named this fort. One of Jodhpur's most stunning forts, it has three parts: royal house, museum, and Taj Hotels' hospitality.
This beautiful floating marble structure is situated in a lake built by three Mewar monarchs over the course of their reign.
This 18th-century fort-turned-hotel is constructed from Jodhpur's renowned red sandstone. Excellent architecture and royalty are woven throughout.
One of Jodhpur's magnificent Forts is a historic monument among the desert's splendor. It was constructed historically for the purpose of defending the city's perimeter.
King Nahar Rao Panwar, who was part of the Gurjara-Pratihara family and lived in the sixth century, built this fort.