Articles about travelling to Jodhpur - Page 1

Dubbed the 'Blue City' for its blue-painted houses, Jodhpur is a reflection of Rajasthan's royal history. Dominating the cityscape is the massive Mehrangarh Fort, housing museums that display artifacts from Rajasthan's princely era. Just a stone's throw away, the bustling Sardar Market offers everything from spices to handcrafted items. Jaswant Thada and Umaid Bhawan Palace are other landmarks showcasing the city's architectural brilliance. 

The local cuisine, featuring dishes like 'Dal Baati Churma' and 'Mirchi Vada', is a delight for food enthusiasts. Jodhpur's airport, with connections from major Indian cities, aids in making the city a popular travel destination.