The historic blue city of Jodhpur is a gateway to the seemingly endless Thar Desert. The impressive Mehrangarh Fort looms large over the bright blue homes, and is the crown jewel of the city’s many architectural gems. Jodhpur also has terrific shopping options and delicious local foods.
We have all the entertainment and connectivity options that today's traveller seeks. Become a part of our world. Feel the pulse of an international business and conference destination. Stroll across 6 acres of the hotel and its lush garden. Soak in this 21st century fantasy palace. Feel like you're in an oasis in the middle of the desert. Experience the buzz.
Teej celebrates the onset of the monsoon, and the union of Lord Shiva and Parvati. It is undoubtedly one of the most popular festivals of Rajasthan. If you are in Jodhpur for these three days in August, you might see women dressed in their colourful best, their hands adorned with intricate henna patterns as they spend three days fasting and in prayer.
The colourful Marwar festival is a cultural spectacle of polo and moustache competitions, traditional folk dance forms and music. It is generally held in the cooler months between September and October.

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