It was built during the rule of Rao Jodha in the year 1459. It sits on a 125 m high hill and is spread over an area of 5 sq. kilometres. The seven gates residing in the Mehrangarh Fort were constructed by different rulers who ruled here. It is one of the huge and exquisite Jodhpur Forts that tons of visitors explore every year.
Location: P.B # 165, The Fort Rd, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342006.
Timing: 9 AM-5PM.
Entry fees: For Indian Tourists: INR 60 per person; For foreign nationals: INR 400 per person.
Umaid Bhawan Palace
In the hospitality space of this Palace, 347 exquisite rooms are offered for the guests to taste the lifestyle of royalty. In the private residence, principal royal Jodhpur family stays at this palace. This fort has received prestigious awards like World's best hotel at the Traveller's Choice Award.
Location: Circuit House Rd, Cantt Area, Jodhpur, Rajasthan.
Timing: 10:00 am – 4:30 pm.
Entry fees: For Indian Tourists: INR 30 per person; For foreign nationals: INR 100 per person.
Rohet Garh Fort
The place resides luxury royal accommodations along with tents at its premises to offer its guests the feel of all types of accommodations at its place. The fort itself is 400 years old and is a treat to the eyes to watch its every corner.
Location: Village Post Rohet, Rohet Garh, Rajasthan.
The excellent architecture and royalty can be seen fused in everything. Maharaja Manish Soni got it constructed in the first place and today it is owned by his generation’s royalty Maharaja Manish Soni and Rani Madhu Devi. It sits in the spectacular backdrop of Thar Desert and is located close to the main attractions like Urban Haat, Mehrangarh Fort, Luni Rivera and more.
Location: Luni, Jodhpur, Rajasthan.
The architecture of the fort is Rajput-Mughal inspired and the robust structure of the fort will capture your heart. This fort had saved the Rajput’s during their rule from an array of Muslim attacks. Presently it is running as a hotel catering to the desires of visitors to spend a day or two in royalty on their vacation.
Location: FORT, Khejarla, Rajasthan.
Timing: 10 AM-5 PM.
Although the Mandore Gardens in the fort have well preserved the beauty of this fort of the bygone times. One can also catch a glance of the remains of Durga Temple, huge Brahma Mandir and others in the fort. Another main attraction of this fort is the Hindu temple that is often renowned as the ‘Temple of 33 crore gods‘.
Location: Mandore Fort, Mandore, Jodhpur, Rajasthan.
Timing: 10 AM-5 PM.
Entry fees: INR 50 per person for visiting the museum in the fort.