Tags » Mehrangarh Fort

7 places to visit in Jodhpur

Initially I wanted to write a post about ten things to see in Jodhpur, but I couldn´t find so many of them and didn´t want to write about silly stuff here. 1,188 more words


2000 kms in Rajasthan: Between a music festival and a big fat Indian wedding!

15 days, 2000 kms, two souls driving through innumerable towns and cities in the most enchanting state in our country. Rajasthan is everything travel magazines claim it is and then some. 28 more words


Mehrangarh Fort – The Royal Heritage of Jodhpur

Rajasthan is known for its Mehmannavazi or hosting. People here treat their hosts as Royal Guests. They are proud of their heritage and will tell you about it with pride and show you around as much as they can. 859 more words


Jodhpur, India – Home of the Colossal Mehrangarh Fort

From Udaipur (via Ranakpur and Kumbahlgarh) we visited the large Rajasthan city of Jodhpur, about 198 miles (319 km) distant. For a map of locations visited in India, click… 542 more words


Geo-Tourism- A new trend

A new trend of Geo Tourism is becoming a fad with tourist visiting Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur. Mehrangarh fort is established on 750 million year old volcanic rocks which made a welded tuff of the emanations that spurted out from a volcano which were carried by air and ultimately settled here. 131 more words

Travel And Tourism

Mehrangarh Fort

Mehrangarh Fort, located in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, is one of the largest forts in India. Built around 1460 by Rao Jodha, the fort is situated 120 metres above the city and is enclosed by imposing thick walls


TTL: Jodhpur

Finally, the last stop, Jodhpur, and from here, I turned back homewards.  I arrived at Jodhpur in the morning, around 7, and I had my train back in the evening. 120 more words