Jodhpur’s sublime architecture is what catches the eyes of the tourists while sightseeing. The mighty Mehrangarh Fort perched on a hillock and breathtaking Umaid Bhawan Palace, which now is one of world’s best heritage hotels certainly offer a glimpse of what this popular attraction in Rajasthan is all about. Jodhpur offers its visitors an unbeatable blend of modern and ancient that divides the city neatly into two parts, Old and New. The Old Jodhpur is crammed with the famous blue painted houses, and consistently mushrooming hotels catering to hippie culture, and those interested in witnessing the rustic side of this one of the favourite getaways in Rajasthan. On the other side, New Jodhpur area teems with malls, high end accommodations, amusement parks, and cafes and lounges. However, one cannot overlook the gorgeous suburb of Jodhpur that is adorned with lakes like Kaylana; and the travel places nearby such as Osian that is dotted with beautiful ancient Hindu and Jain temples; and a desert area for camel safari. Indeed, Jodhpur would be an enriching and fulfilling experience for family vacations, honeymoon tours, history lovers, students, and for that matter, even for solo travellers. For those, wanting to relish the culture and tradition of Jodhpur can best plan their holiday during the fairs & festivals like Marwar Festival, Jodhpur International Desert Kite Festival and Nagaur Fair.