Trip to Jodhpur

Hello everyone,
Here I am with my next blog about my visit to the Sun City.
Jodhpur which is popularly known as the blue city or the sun city is an amazing place for explorers or photographers. This city is famous for its forts and people.

I went to Jodhpur for a short 2-days trip. Jodhpur is divided into two parts-the new city and the old city. I visited the old city which began with Ghanta Ghar (Clock Tower). I entered into the Sardar Market Girdikot which was a big market place where you can find anything and almost everything to buy. But basically you will get the chooras, bangles, ethnic jewelry, handmade things etc., things that describe the people of Jodhpur, their culture. I bought 3 pairs of Jhumki from there as I love them a lot. Be careful while purchasing anything from there as pick pocketing takes place there and also, you can do a lot of bargaining.

After that, I went to see the Mehrangarh Fort, it is the most famous place for visitors.
It is the place from where you can have a mesmerizing view of the whole Jodhpur city. Since I was already very tired I didn’t see the inside of the fort because it was too sunny and climate was very hot and harsh.
P.S. While walking down the streets to reach the Mehrangarh Fort, I clicked many people.
Will be posting the pictures in this blog.

For all the foodies out there, you can go to Janta store and have some tasty Mirchi bada and Pyaz ki kachori there. Mirchi Bada as well as Mawa Kachori is what Jodhpur is very famous for. Going to Jodhpur and not eating a Mirchi bada, then your trip is not worth it.

So, I hereby come to an end of this blog. This is all I ate and visited at Jodhpur since I had some personal works to do as well.
Below are the pics. Enjoy and do comment as well. Thanks.







Author: Photography Enthusiast

I am an Indian. I love to capture everything that catches my eyes, I also make sketches and doodle when I'm free. Photography has become the most essential part of my life and therefore, I want to make my name in this field and let success knock my door.

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