Jodhpur is the second largest city in Rajasthan, which is painted in blue and known as the Blue city. This city was founded by Rao Jodha in 1459.
Earlier Jodhpur was only limited to the fort of Mehrangarh. This fort is one of the largest forts in the country, also known as the Sun Palace.
Mirchi Vada is the irresistible street food of the city. It is a pakora (i.e., fritter) made with green chilli which is big in size and stuffed with spicy potato filling.
Jodhpur is famous for its incredible handlooms and handicraft items. The fusion style of this city is a unique feature of its markets.
Jodhpur is a historical land with uncountable stories as well as facts. This city is the centre of the Mewar region and the local language here is Marwari.
Umaid Bhawan Palace is an incredible palace was commenced in 1928 under the guidance of Maharaja Umaid Singh. It is made of Jodhpur’s Chhitter stone.
The best time to visit the city is in the months of October – March. During these months the weather is cold at night and pleasant on days.
Therefore, we can say that Jodhpur is a mini-Rajasthan in Rajasthan. It has every colour of the state from its royal history to lip-smacking cuisines.