Jodhpur City Guide | India Travel Video in Rajasthan

Jodhpur City Guide | India Travel Video in Rajasthan

Join us as we visit Jodhpur in this city travel guide covering the best things to do in the ‘Blue City’ of Rajasthan, India. Our travel video in Rajasthan (राजस्थान ਰਾਜਸਥਾਨ) covering the ‘sun city’ focusses on visiting Mehrangarh Fort (मेहरानगढ़ का दुर्ग) for some incredible views of the city and heading over to the Sardar Market (सरदार बाजार) nearby the Ghanta Ghar clock tower of Rajasthan where you can find great places to shop and grab Rajasthani cuisine (राजस्थानी खाना) and a saffron lassi. We especially recommend Jhankar restaurant where we had the best Rajasthani Thali (थाली) and regular Thali during our entire India travels. Jodhpur (जोधपुर) is also worth exploring on foot or tuk-tuk where you can just get lost down the myriad of colorful alleys. For dinner we suggest rooftop views at a restaurant where you can clearly see Mehrangarh Fort (मेहरानगढ़ का दुर्ग) lit up at night. It is just as spectacular by night as it is by day.

Things to do in Jodhpur Travel Guide:

1) Mehrangarh Fort (मेहरानगढ़ का दुर्ग) for incredible views of Jodphur
2) Mehrangarh Fort (मेहरानगढ़ का दुर्ग) for souvenir shopping, lunch and visiting museums
3) Autorickshaw ride around Jodhpur to really experience ‘The Blue City’
4) Rajasthani cuisine (राजस्थानी खाना) ordering Rajasthani Thali (थाली) and saffron lassi (लस्सी)
5) Visit Ghanta Ghar clock tower of Rajasthan and Sardar Market (सरदार बाजार) for shopping, people watching and great food
Rajasthan (राजस्थान ਰਾਜਸਥਾਨ)
6) JHANKAR Choti Haveli Restaurant for our favorite Indian food in Jodhpur
7) Rooftop dining for views of Mehrangarh Fort (मेहरानगढ़ का दुर्ग) at night

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Jodhpur City Guide | India Travel Series in Rajasthan Video Transcript:

Our first stop in Jodhpur was Mehrangarh Fort, which is one of the biggest forts in India. The fort sits on a rocky hill overlooking the city and it pretty much dominates the skyline with its imposing walls. Admission to the fort itself is free, but if you’ve come all the way here, you’ll want to pay the admission to visit the palaces which now act as a museum.

Within the fort (मेहरानगढ़ का दुर्ग) you can also visit the ramparts, see the old cannons, and get some overhead views of the city which will quickly help you realize why Jodhpur (जोधपुर) is nicknamed the Blue City.

Then, after all that food and drink, it was finally time to get lost in the blue maze that is Jodhpur.

So right now we have ended up at the Sardar Market (सरदार बाजार) just around the clock tower (Ghanta Ghar). And I would say this is both a local market and a tourist market. You can get produce and like everyday things. Yeah, you see a lot of everyday like market stalls but you also see some more ones that are geared for tourists such as the ones where you can souvenirs, carpets and saris.

Jhankar in Jodhpur (जोधपुर). Oh, it was so good Actually it was one of the best meals we’ve had in India so far. Yeah. So we are heading back there for dinner. And it is all about Thali (थाली) tonight. We are going to get an original Thali (थाली) and a Rajasthani Thali (राजस्थानी खाना). Because we are in Rajasthan (राजस्थान ਰਾਜਸਥਾਨ) and they have a special Thali so we can’t wait to try that out. Now it is off to find a little tuk-tuk. Alright, lead the way. Lead the way.

And that’s it for Jodhpur! Our two-day visit was short and sweet, but it was enough to get a taste of what the city is all about.

So that is a wrap from Jodhpur (जोधपुर). So we had a really good time in the Blue City. Um, it was only two days but I felt like we did quite a bit. Did you enjoy it? Yeah, the fort (मेहरानगढ़ का दुर्ग) was magnificent and the blue city was all it was supposed to be. Yes, so now we’re moving on to Jaipur. We’re just waiting at the train station. So we’re going to catch our train. It is about a 6 hour journey. So relatively not too long but uh yeah can’t wait to update you when we get there. Ciao for now.

This is part of our Travel in India video series showcasing Indian food, Indian culture and Indian cuisine.

Music in this video courtesy of YouTube – Sunday Plans by Silent Partner



Rohit Kumar says:

Hey you know that, that fort was in the movie Dark knight Rises.

Wayne Kerr says:

Sam your dad reminds me of Robert DeNiro ! anyway, great video ! I'm heading off to an Indian Restaurant now ! you guys motivate me to try different foods !

Space Hobo says:

That was uncanny, Sam – your Dad reminds me of good ole Bobby De Niro – I mean……:-)

Lim Meng Yong says:

Great Video!…..People who enjoy this video should share and help promote the MOST under-rated travel vlogs from Sam and Audrey!

Abhijeet Das says:

Awesome and entertaining vlog…..

coffee brownies says:

???always waiting 4 the foods part

joyjoyoo says:

Y'all keep on hinting about your dream house. Where will that be? ^_~

ab202012 says:

Th Jains do not eat garlic, onions [ ditto, 90% of brahmans], and the really orthodox, nothing growing underground, like potato, ginger, you name it!! The skinny bean-like things were sangri, the dried green pods of KHEJRI, Prosopis cinerea, a leguminous tree found from Rajasthan to Yemen, and truly miraculous, as are several such woody legumes from arid lands the world over.

You guys should consider doing some videos on such miraculous plants from different families, as they grow in Chile, USA, Mexico, Africa, India, etc. and save, nourish, nurture, billions of lives. People could become so much more sensitive to the work being done on these food plants and what more could be done. Only when global citizens add their concerns to governments around th world shall we see swords beaten into ploughshares, and every person under their own fig tree! Nice image, eh? Would b happy to help, sans any obligations.

We have some serious water and soil crises going on all over that has not escaped your notice, and the Great Lakes will become the great prize, quite as much as the great lakes of oil are today. So, Canada, N. America will become sites of conflict in your lifetimes, Sam!! Allende's Chile will follow us home! But we can do our mite, and be happy we did not just sit back and watch the tamasha, a word you will doubtless have learned by now in India. Thanks for all the hard work creating these videos, and the unfailing good cheer. Vaya con Dios, sans ceviche, yikes!!

Malik haddad أنخيل إدواردو says:

amazing travel how dou you do??? to travel around the word

wullybully76 says:

The video quality is good and the views you filmed are amazing!!!! Nice to see your subscriber base growing, too. Keep up the traveling!!

kumar siddharth says:

u missed ummaed palace in jodhpur

joyjoyoo says:

Is it called blue city because of the architecture ?

Andrea Volpini says:

You know if winter is good for visit Rajasthan?

nawabsarkar21 says:

Good videos…keep it up….visit ANDAMAN ISLAND if you can…gonna like it for sure….greetings from India 😀

Matthew Maly says:

Audrey wears Sam's pants! Did he give them up without a fight?

AV from India says:

Video was awesome, very well shown about city and food. Because of Hot weather, animals like dogs and cat were feeling heat and not comfortable. Can I know what was level of cleanliness in Jodhpur during ur stay?

ambidex0 says:

MASSIVE improvement Guys! It's not just a silly food video. You're actually showing architecture and people. Now you are real travel vloggers!

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