Top Tourist Places In Jodhpur Rajasthan

Top Tourist Places In Jodhpur Rajasthan

top tourist places in Jodhpur Rajasthan– Today I will tell you the best palaces of Jodhpur. Jodhpur A Good Palace For Visiting If You Are Interested.

Ghanta Ghar

Ghanta Ghar is a beautiful clock pillar built by Jodhpur’s late Sardar Singh. Sadar Bazar, located near this tower, is a popular shopping area. Tourists can buy Rajasthani Anything from Here Which is available here.

Mehrangarh Fort

Mehrangarh Fort is situated at a height of 150 meters on a lofty mountain. This magnificent fort was built by Rao Jodha in 1459 AD. This fort can be reached by road from Jodhpur city. This fort has seven gates where visitors can see the marks created by cannon balls during the war at the second gate.

Siddhartha Shiva Temple

Siddhartha Shiva temple is situated between the hills of Takhat Sagar. The temple route starts with a raw road which goes right to the right of the Jodhpur filter house. After this, there are stairs to reach this temple, which are made by cutting the rocks.

Santoshi Mata Temple

Santoshi Mata Temple is located in the Red Sea, 10 km from Jodhpur city. This temple is dedicated to Hindu Goddess Santoshi Mata, who is especially worshiped by women in India. This temple is considered to be true among all Santoshi Mata temples of India.

Gooda Bishnoi Village

Gooda Bishnoi Village, located 25 km from the city of Jodhpur, is an Adivasi Purva. Beautiful Khayeri Trees and Guda Bishnoi Lake enhance the beauty of the village. Tourist can see peacocks, black deer, deer, chinkara, stork and many migratory birds.

Kailana Lake

Kailana Lake is a small artificial lake situated on Jaisalmer Road. It is a popular picnic spot famous for its natural beauty. The facility of boating on the lake is available by Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation.

Baba Ramdev Temple 

Baba Ramdev Temple, also known as Aadhar Shila Temple, is an ancient temple situated on the top of Masurian hill. It is situated in the sandstone hill, Jodhpur’s Jaurori and Nagauri gates.

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