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Jaswant Thada

Jaswant Thada

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Jaswant Thada is famous for its architecture which is located in Jodhpur, India. In the memory of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II this was built by Sardar Singh in 1899. White marble was used to construct this monument.   What to see in Jaswant Thada:  Jaswant Thada was constructed with marble. As polished marble are used for this, it looks so shiny. When sun rays fall on the surface of this monument, it looks like rays are dancing. In this Thada two more tombs can be seen by the visitors. This is the best example for architectural brilliance in India. Sculptor’s talent can be known by seeing the carving of this monument.   Main memorial is looks like a temple. This consists of most attractive pillars, domes, frescos, and beautiful sculptures. To visit this place visitor has to go through rocky hill. It is most exciting and memorable experience. Portraits of rulers along with Maharajas of Jodhpur can be seen in this cenotaph. This monument is surrounded by multi tiered garden and carved gazebos. Complex of this cenotaph also consists of 3 other cenotaphs, royal crematorium. From this place visitors can see the fort of Mehrangarh. Visitors are allowed into the monument only between 9 AM to 5 PM.   What to see around Jaswant Thada: Mehrangarh Fort: It is located at the height of 400 feet above Jodhpur city. This fort is named after Sun deity. It was the seat of the Rathores rulers from the house of Marwar. This palace is one of the largest forts in Rajasthan. It is located 1km away from Jaswant Thada. Maha Mandir Temple: It is situated in Mandore road which is 5kms away from the city Jodhpur. Visitors attracts towards this structure for its architectural style. Different designs and figures depicting various Yogasanas will look most beautifully on the pillars of the temple. There are 84 pillars to the temple. It is located 8kms away from Jaswant Thada. Girdikot & Sardarkot Market: It is located 5kms away from the Palace. This market consists of several markets. Market looks so colourful consists of plenty of small shops. In all the shops, shopping lovers can have Rajasthani Silver Jewellery, marble knick knacks with decorative...

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Umaid Bhawan Palace

Umaid Bhawan Palace

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Umaid Bhawan Palace is located at Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India. This palace is named after Maharaja Umaid Singh. Other name of this palace is Chittar Palace. Palace was designed by Henry Vaughan Lancaster. Taj Hotels are managing this Palace. It is divided into 3 parts. They are Museum, Royal family residence and luxury Taj Palace Hotel. Art Deco style can be seen in the inner part of the Palace. Yellow Sandstone is used in the construction of this Palace. Several celebrities such as Eva Herzigova, Bob Geldof, Sarah Ferguson, Diana Ross, Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, and Mick Jagger stayed at this hotel.   What to see in Umaid Bhawan Palace: Umaid Bhawan’s Zodiac Club: This is one of the attractions in Umaid Bhawan Palace. It consists of 4 tennis courts, marble squash courts, a sauna, a gymnasium, the billiards room, sub terranean swimming pool. All these can be used only by the people who are staying in the hotel. The Museum: Major attraction of this palace is this museum. This consists of Chinese Vases, period furniture, artefacts, antique clocks and arms. Other attraction of this museum is collection of stuffed leopard. This is the huge banner presented by Queen Victoria. Umaid Bhawan Palace Hotel: In 1972, Palace was converted into hotel in association with hotel chains ITC Hotels. This hotel consists of Kebab Konner, the Pillar restaurants, Marwar Hall, Risala Restaurants and the Trophy Bar.   What to see around Umaid Bhawan Palace: Mehrangarh Fort: It is located at the height of 400 feet above Jodhpur city. This fort is named after Sun deity. It was the seat of the Rathores rulers from the house of Marwar. This palace is one of the largest forts in Rajasthan. It is located 6kms away from the Palace. Maha Mandir Temple: It is situated in Mandore road which is 5kms away from the city. Visitors attracts towards this structure for its architectural style. Different designs and figures depicting various Yogasanas will look most beautifully on the pillars of the temple. There are 84 pillars to the temple. It is located 5kms away from the Palace. Girdikot & Sardarkot Market: It is located 3kms away from the Palace. This market consists of several markets....

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