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Brimming with historical delights, Jodhpur is a jewel in the crown of the royal state of Rajasthan. Popularly known as the “Sun City” & the “Blue City”, it gets its name from founder Rao Jodha, a Rajput chief, who founded Jodhpur in 1459. With its enchanting forts and palaces, mouth watering delicacies (made with age old recipes) and exquisite range of furniture, Jodhpur will leave you spellbound, whether you are a tourist or a business owner.
The magical ingredient that lends that special warmth to a restaurant/café and makes it welcoming is produced in the dusty lanes of Jodhpur by highly skilled craftsmen. Many entrepreneurs set foot in the city looking for products that would give their space the quintessential café flavour they desire and leave, only to be back for more.
Generations in Jodhpur have devoted themselves to preserving the rich art forms resulting in the development of the city as the furniture producing hub of India. Intricately carved wood, flawlessly chiseled and polished, made into a unique chair or table is a common sight here. A collection of such alluring pieces can be seen at the showroom of Kernig Krafts, Jodhpur.