Group Activities in Jodhpur

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  • NehaChandel
    Bhiwadi21 contributions
    No word can describe the royalty of this place. Beautiful, royal, amazing view of city. Must visit place of Jodhpur.......... It takes 2 hours minimum to complete the round of the fort but worth visiting.
    Written 26 May 2022
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  • gopalav
    Mumbai167 contributions
    A quite place that is reminescent of bygone kings. White building and the tombs around with views of magestic Mehringer fort makes it a must place to visit. They also have a yoga demonstration.
    Written 9 April 2022
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  • Jaikishore Sharma
    Mumbai, India182 contributions
    Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park represents a unique opportunity to explore a rocky, arid landscape characterized by thorny shrubs and plants by walking along marked trails. The marked trails aspect of the park makes it unique in India. Even if it is not the sole example of its kind, it must be part of a small group. Having explored two of its trails over a morning, my wishes are for its ilk to grow!

    Do make room for this unique place while in Jodhpur. Beyond the Mehrangarhs, Umaid Bhavans and Jaswant Thadas, this place offers true value. In fact, I'd recommend this after you're done with Mehrangarh, perhaps the day after. One of the joys of exploring this place is to soak in different views of the monumental fortress!

    Here are some pointers for this place:
    1. The price of admission was Rs.100 (Oct 2019) which, given what the place has to offer, is a steal.
    2. Guided Walks in the company of naturalists are available for Rs. 200. We didn't opt for this so I am unable to share my experience in this context.
    3. They are open all days of the week from 7 AM to 6 PM. The best time to visit, naturally, is to be there at the opening hour and make the most of the 5 hours until noon. In winter, you could consider shifting this to 8 AM if you're sensitive to the morning cold but I'd imagine 7 AM is doable with the right winter gear.
    4. There are 4 trails named after colours: Yellow, Green, Red, Blue.
    5. Red Trail: Do this if you're short of time and only have about an hour. It isn't the most memorable of the four but should still provide a glimpse of what the park has to offer. This is less than a km long and is doable in 60 minutes at a leisurely pace.
    6. Green Trail: This is a must do trail if you have 1.5-2 hours given that it offers great exposure to the rocky habitat along with superb views of the fort. We did this trail and got to climb the ramparts of the fort wall.
    7. Yellow Trail: We did this trail along with the Green Trail and in some places, these trails do overlap. They share a similar character in that they provide a fascinating glimpse of unique flora, the rocky habitat and views of Mehrangarh.
    8. Blue Trail: I'm told that is the trail you should do if you're a birdwatcher. It is unique among the four in that it includes a lake as part of it and most of the birdwatching is to be done on the shores of the lake. We didn't get to do this trail and hope to do it someday.

    Give this park a full day for an immersive experience and half a day at the very least. Anything less will not do justice to this place.
    Written 1 May 2022
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  • Dunni F
    1 contribution
    I had a great time at the Umaid Hertigate Art School. Vijay, the owner, (aka Mr Lentil man - know for being able to draw detailed art on a lentil) started the school to preserve the art techniques in the area. I had a fun experience trying my best to also create art using the same techniques and take home the finished piece (see in photo). Vijay, himself was very hospitable and made me feel very welcome and comfortable.

    He also showed me some of the art his students had made, as well as many of his own. He is clearly very knowledgeable and passionate about preserving the art form. Will definitely be visiting again if I’m in the area!
    Written 17 February 2022
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  • Paul h
    Adelaide, Australia793 contributions
    What wealth is behind this sort of building, a night’s stay is probably equivalent to a decade of a poor person’s income
    Written 4 February 2022
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  • simba
    La Plata, Argentina4 contributions
    I have been here and the art I have seen is really nice, full of details and the attention was so polite.
    You must make a visit to them, generations of artists!
    Written 18 February 2020
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  • Traveller-Bangalore
    Bengaluru, India381 contributions
    Sardar market is a very crowded wholesale market, good place for shopping. Market has lots of small shops and most of these shops have lots of stuffs. Need to know bargaining stuff or else they sell at very expansive rates.
    Written 21 February 2022
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  • gopalav
    Mumbai167 contributions
    Very crowded garden with temples having no statues. Has lot of mionkeys which seem to have got used to the crowds. This place begs despetately for maintenance. Many places have stagnant water and filth. Wish whoever responsible maintains it clean. There is Funzone with some rides. Didnot visit funzone though.
    Written 9 April 2022
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  • Akhilesh A
    Gurugram (Gurgaon), India450 contributions
    As the name suggest its basically an glass work where the kings used to visit to have recreation & fresh air. You will find this particular section in every fort of rajasthan. It is located inside the mehrangarh fort of jodhpur
    You will love the vibrant colors at this particular place
    The mirror art here at is an mesmerizing one
    Written 2 August 2020
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  • priyanka s
    12 contributions
    the kabab platter portion is damn tasty. candlelight makes a beautiful atmosphere. a must visit if you are looking for a peaceful dinner.
    Written 26 March 2021
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  • AButler2015
    Granville, Ohio, United States14 contributions
    We were graciously greeted and welcomed into the beautiful compound where our friend’s parents were working on the loom, apparently they were giving their son and his wife a break. The 3x5 rugs you see on the loom take 2-3 weeks to make one with 2 people working. Folks work 12 hour shifts each day making looms and weaving. It’s hard to fathom the time it takes to make these gorgeous pieces. All of the fibers are 100% cotton or camel wool and naturally dyed with local plants. The colors were so rich and brilliant in the late day sun. The courtyard transformed with each new rug presentation. As we enjoyed the beautiful display of rugs we chatted, drank tea and got to hear a bit of the wonderful history behind these special rugs and the families that make them. I highly suggest a visit. I look forward to coming back next year.
    Written 4 April 2022
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  • Lindon H
    Bruny Island, Australia406 contributions
    this shrine was on our way to Bera from Jodphur. Just 50+ kms from Jodphur. We are very glad we stopped for a while to absorb the story and just sit for a short time under in the shade and observe the numerous pilgrims arriving by the busload. Interesting.
    Written 7 May 2020
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  • munish kumar
    3 contributions
    Temple open for all hindus Muslim , Ramdeva teach people hindu muslim ek hai.
    Must visit. Religious Place
    Written 6 December 2019
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  • Madhur441
    Mundra, India147 contributions
    Good temple for visit with family. Peaceful environment here. We have took visit here. It was nice experience.
    Written 24 January 2020
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  • rathod2017
    Bharuch, India888 contributions
    Santoshi Mata Temple is temple of goddess Santoshi Maa. this is not a big temple. but peaceful , clean and well maintained place. hindu religion temple.
    Written 24 December 2018
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