Jodhpur is the wonderland of mojaris, odhanis (dupattas), spices, leather products and a number of handicrafts. If solid colours, block prints and Rajasthani motifs are your style, then you can find them on anything from wall hangings, bed covers and rugs to clothes at Shri Mangalam in Makrana Mohalla. For a wide variety of dried spices and different flavoured tea, head to Mohanlal Vermohal Spices. A tour of Rajasthan is never complete without exploring the hustle-bustle and the rich cultural heritage of Jodhpur. The graceful palaces, monuments and temples strewn throughout the city bring alive the historic grandeur and royalty of Jodhpur. Lending a romantic aura to Jodhpur are its beautiful lakes where you can take a boat ride while watching the moonlit forts. There is plenty to see and do in Jodhpur. The mighty Mehrangarh Fort is the star attraction of this city, among other forts and palaces. The blue coloured houses surrounding the Mehrangarh Fort lend the name, 'Blue City' to Jodhpur. The Gateway to Thar introduces you to spectacular sand dunes and exciting camel safaris in Jodhpur. What’s more, village safaris are truly recommended when visiting Jodhpur. They give wonderful and interesting insights into the lives of the Bishnoi tribes and loads of unique and novel experiences to make your trip a memorable one. Jodhpur is visited by thousands of tourists who come to witness the beauty of this royal city. With multiple shopping options and a great variety when it comes to food, this city has everything that you could wish for. Whether you’re planning a holiday with your family or looking for an adventure, Jodhpur makes for a perfect destination choice for you.