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Jodhpur– or the ‘Blue City’ known for its indigo-painted houses to keep them cool in summer revolves around the history of the Rathore clan. Rao Jodha, on whom the city is named, founded the city in 1459 which was previously known as Marwar. The clan traces its lineage to Lord Rama, hero of the ancient Hindu epic the Ramayana. Under the reign of Maharaja Umed Singh, Jodhpur grew into a modern city with a rich cultural heritage.

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Mehrangarh Fort

It tops the list of ‘must visit’ places in Jodhpur and is one of the best among the largest of Indian forts and towers magnificently situated 400 feet above the city. The fort’s bulwarks offer an overview of Jodhpur with the city seeming like a blue carpet laid at the foot of the hill.

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Mehrangarh Fort

It tops the list of ‘must visit’ places in Jodhpur and is one of the best among the largest of Indian forts and towers magnificently situated 400 feet above the city. The fort’s bulwarks offer an overview of Jodhpur with the city seeming like a blue carpet laid at the foot of the hill.

The fort walls are up to 36 m high and 21 m wide enclosing beautifully carved red sandstone palaces and exquisite temple architecture. The Mehrangarh museum displays a rich collection of palanquins, musical instruments, royal cradles, costumes, arms, furniture and paintings. Open all days of the week from 09:00 am to 05:00 pm, the entry fees is Rs 60 for domestic visitors and Rs 200 for foreign nationals.

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