Geared up to glimpse on the excellent beauty of Jodhpur city (Rajasthan) and searching for a rental traveller mini coach to roam around the historic places. Rajasthan is the popular tourist destination in India, it was almost full of historical places. Each city in Rajasthan is an important tourist location, which offers different historical knowledge to the visit and Jodhpur city is one among them. In Jodhpur, you can glimpse on the historical forts, palaces and temples from which you can learn the ancient architectural style and Indian culture.
Jodhpur is located at a distance of 199.8 KM away from Rajasthan state. Jodhpur city has got a nickname “Sun City” or “Blue City”, because the walls of the houses in the old city were painted in blue color. The important tourist destinations to visit in Jodhpur are Umaid Bhawan Palace, which is situated at a distance of just 7.4 KM away from Jodhpur city, Mehrangarh Fort, is 11.6 KM away from Jodhpur city, Auwa Fort is located at a distance of 123 KM away and Jaswant Thada is around 11.4 KM away from Sun City.
The other famous tourist destinations are Kaylana Lake, an artificial lake which is located at a distance of 15.6 KM away from Jodhpur, Balsamand Lake, which is around 16.7 KM away from Jodhpur city. Visit the Sardar Samand Lake is about 52.9 KM away from Sun City.
The other tourist destinations in Jodhpur are Ghanta Ghar, popularly known as the Clock tower, which is located around a distance of 8.5 KM away from Sun City. Ratanada Ganesh Temple, which is situated at a distance of 6.7 KM away from Jodhpur city, Mandore Gardens is 15.4 KM away from Blue city.
Most of the tourists those who visit Jodhpur are loved to visit the Bishnoi Village, to learn the Indian Culture. It is one of the perfect places in India to learn the Indian culture and tradition. The village is situated around 28.1 KM away from Jodhpur city. The villagers in Bishnoi village respect environment and are interested in protecting the flora and fauna, which are close to their surroundings. The costumes that the villagers used to wear display the Indian culture. Visit Jodhpur and learn the Indian culture and architectural style.