This 1,200-acre Mehrangarh Fort is located in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India. The complex was built about and is situated on a hilltop about 122 metres above the surrounding plain.
One of the biggest private residences in the world is called Umaid Bhawan Palace, and it is situated in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India.
The Toorji ka Jhalra Bavdi, one of the few even now examples of Jodhpur's traditional water management systems, was built in the 1740s and has a complicated stepwell design.
Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India, next to the famed Mehrangarh Fort, is the 72-hectare Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park.
The Mandore Garden is a home complex with a hauntingly lovely environment. The whole remains of the ancient Rathore royal stronghold.
The Mehrangarh Fort, a main draw of the blue city, is best experienced on the Flying Fox Zipline Tour in Jodhpur.
An architectural setting like that of Phool Mahal Palace, which is bathed by the monsoon-fed Gundalao Lake in front and with the massive Fort.
In Rajasthan, India, Kaylana Lake is situated 8 km to the west of Jodhpur. Pratap Singh built the lake artificially in 1872. The lake covers 0.84 km2 in all.
On the Jodhpur-Mandore Road, a lake called Balsamand Lake is located 5 kilometres from Jodhpur. This lake was turned into a well-liked picnic area by Kshatriya Balak Rao Pratihar in 1159 AD.
A zoological garden called Machia Biological Park, commonly referred to as Machia Safari Park, is situated in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India.