Due to blue buildings around Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur is also known as Blue City. Rajasthan is a popular tourist destination, offering a rich cultural heritage, Jodhpur Tourism is a rich industry on its own in this destination. We offer a wide range of Jodhpur tour packages. These Jodhpur packages are designed specifically according to budget and in line with other personal needs of all types of tourists. The pioneer name in the tour package area in Jodhpur.
Jodhpur's largest tourist attraction, and the Jodhpur tour packages are essentially a specialty, for the famous Mehrangarh Fort. Located on the top of the hill, Mehrangarh Fort is also called Jodhpur Fort or Jodhpur ka Qila. Another important tourist attraction in Jodhpur is the Umad Bhavan Palace. Mehrangarh Fort along with Umad Bhawan Palace is a special feature of all types of Jodhpur packages. For those interested in the royal family and the pedigree of Jodhpur, Jaswant is a memorial to visit Thada. Built in memory of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II, Jaswant Thada is one of the most attractive structures built in marble in Rajasthan. As a cone of the Maharaja, Jaswant Thada has been designed like a tomb, even if there is no deadly relic of these. Apart from Cenotaph, there are other graves even inside the Jaswant Thada.
History of Jodhpur
Jodhpur comes from an early grace of Indian trouser called Churidar, which is tight around the hips and around the baggy. In Jodhpur, India, they used the same style and made a suitable punt for the ride. These pants are slightly different from tight hip-hogging riding pants styles that we see today.
Sir Pratap Singh, son of Maharaja of Jodhpur, presented the trousers for the first time in England. Singh was a fierce polo player and when he visited Queen Victoria in 1897, he brought with him his entire polo team. Jodhpur, who was worn by him and his team, created a sensation between the United Kingdom's fashionistas. Singh's Jodhpur style was thinner on thighs and hip and calf, which was picked up quickly by the British polo game community, which had converted Jodhpur into its current design, which was like the English Breach which ended under the bull and socks and long rides are worn with shoes.
Although the word "Jodhpur" was used for this style, although these are not real Jodhpur and they are called "Flare-Hip Breach". The British versions of these riding pants were being produced in London soon. With the use of Indian style, ankle-length Jodhpur, riders helped save money and long expensive ride shoes are not needed. The leg calves were newly designed and long pants were protected by the lower fit snag, which helped rug the bull's bull against the sides of the horse and against the skin of stirrup.