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ways to reach jodhpur

  • Flights
    Jodhpur is connected to Mumbai, New Delhi, Bangalore, Ahmedabad via direct flights. Flights from all other places are connecting flight. Flights to Indore and Surat are suspended as of now.
    November to March is tourist season, connectivity is much dense during these months, but it might be expensive.
  • Road
    You can take a cab from:
    Ajmer, 200km from Jodhpur,
    Jaipur, 350km from Jodhpur,
    Jaisalmer, 280km from Jodhpur,
    Udaipur, 250km from Jodhpur,
    Ahmedabad, 450km from Jodhpur.
    These cities are near Jodhpur so the journey won’t be too long.
    (These journeys span from 4 to 8 hours)
  • Trains
    Trains go to and from Jodhpur very frequently. You will find a train from almost all cities to Jodhpur. We advise you to book in advance because train tickets can get booked very quickly.
    Mandore Express (12461) 21:15 from Delhi - 7:45 to Jodhpur
    Ranthambore Express (12465) 6:00 from Indore - 22:15 to Jodhpur
    BDTS HSR SF Express (22915) 20:40 from Ahmedabad - 5:20 to Jodhpur
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places to stay in jodhpur

  • Zone By The Park: Near the factory. 24 hrs open café & restaurant. Value for money. (₹ 3,000 to ₹ 6,000)
  • Radisson Green: The only vegetarian Radisson in India. (₹ 5,000 to ₹ 8,000)
  • Indana Palace: Experience the luxury of Rajasthan at a reasonable price. Highly Recommended. (₹ 2,500 to ₹ 6,000)
  • Umaid Bhawan Palace: One of the best hotels in the world! It doesn’t get better than this. (₹ 18,000 to ₹ 1,50,000)
  • Ajit Bhawan: First heritage hotel of India. Formerly home to Jodhpur's erstwhile Maharaja's younger brother, Major General Maharajadhiraj Sir Ajit Singh Ji. (₹ 7000 to ₹ 20,000)
  • Cygnett Style Mantra: Hotels for corporate travels.
  • Raas Haveli: Located in the old city.
  • Umed Club: For club members only.(₹ 2,500)
    Affiliations to Umed Club - The Madras United Club, The Suguna Vilasa Sabha - SVS Club, Associted Brothers Club, The Royal Madras Yacht Club, The Coimbatore Cosmopolition Club, The Kerala Club Coimbatore, Jenney Club, The Anamallai Club, The Metropolitan Club, Agra Club Limited, The Cosmopolitan Club, Bareilly Club Limited, Swarn Club, Firozabad Club Ltd, Mahobed Bagh Club Limited, Oudh Gymkhana Club
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where to eat in jodhpur

  • Gypsy Thali: A must have for those who want to try the local cuisine. Go on an empty stomach as the scrumptious meal is quite elaborate. (Budget Option)
  • Darikhana, Raas: Cocktails made with local ingredients, serene ambience and a beautiful view. (Expensive)
  • Risala: Umaid Bhawan’s restaurant, eat like royals here. Local delicacies cooked to perfection, it’s an unmatchable experience. (Expensive)
  • On The Rocks: A restaurant that will make you feel that you are in paradise! A great place to spend the evening. (inexpensive)
  • Pal Haveli: Perched on the rooftop, the view is breathtaking. Dinner and drinks overlooking the fort. This restaurant doesn’t have an elevator though. (inexpensive)
  • Filos: Looking for continental cuisine? Go to this place to grab some pancakes. Also, its on the way to the airport.
  • Mosaic Eatery: A bistro in industrial area with very good food. (budget options)
  • Kalinga Restaurant: At station road, just opposite the Jodhpur railway station. It has been said that the butter chicken here is one of the best. (inexpensive)
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where to worship in jodhpur

Christian Places of Worship

  • Sommerville Memorial Church (D road, Sardarpura)
  • St Theresa's Catholic Church (P.W.D Colony)

Hindu Places of Worship

  • Chamunda Temple (Mehrangarh Fort)
  • Ganesh Temple (Ganesh Mandir Road)
  • Kunj Bihari Temple (Katla Bazaar)

Jain Places of Worship

  • Bheru Bagh (Sardarpura)
  • Jain Mahavir Temple (Ajit Colony)
  • Shree Shital Nath Jain Mandir (Pal Road)
  • Jain Sthanak (Shastri Nagar, Nehru Park, Arihant Nagar, Mahamandir, Paota, etc.)

Muslim Places of Worship

  • Ek Minar Masjid (Khanda Falsa)
  • Jama Masjid (Sojti Gate)
  • Jama Masjid (Basni)

Sikh Places of Worship

  • Gurudwara (Sojti Gate)
  • Gurudwara Guru Teg Bahadur (Shastri Nagar)
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being tourist in jodhpur

  • Mehrangarh Fort: You can spend hours at this mesmerising palace, taking photographs, visiting the museum and temples or sitting in the café. One of the most beautiful forts in the world! Open till 5 pm.
  • Umaid Bhawan Palace: Also known as Chittar Palace, Umaid Bhawan is open to visitors from 10 am to 4 30 pm. It has an extensive collection of photographs, watches, clocks, traditional furniture and crystal ware.
  • Clock Tower: Try the famous lassi here. You can also explore the market nearby.
  • Kailana Lake: Enjoy the drive to this lake. There are boat rides available. However the facilities available here are archaic.
  • Mandore Garden: Located 5 miles north of Jodhpur, this place has a museum, fort ruins, temples and gardens. You can easily spend a few hours here.
  • Balsamand Lake: Built in 1159 AD, now converted to a resort, you can also enjoy a meal at this place. The lake is surrounded by beautiful gardens!
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about our city

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.

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