Sarvar Guest House

Address: Manak Chowk, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, 342001, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Manak Chowk, Jodhpur, is near Meherangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada, Mandore Gardens, and Balsamand Lake and Garden.
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    Travel Blogs from Jodhpur

    Visiting the fort of the blue city

    A travel blog entry by hans.francis on Apr 27, 2015

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    ... fortress and stands 120m above the skyline of Jodhpur and is build in 1459. In the ticket price an audioguide was included and we have to say it was very interesting. It had also beautiful views over the more blue city on the other side of the fort than where we are staying. The blue colour traditionally signified the home of a Brahmin and as well as glowing with a mysterious light, the blue tint is thought to ...

    Jodhpur - the blue city of Rajasthan

    A travel blog entry by crosbywilsher on Mar 13, 2015

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    ... Eventually we were allowed to leave to visit the palace, to the shouts of goodbyes and cheers from our new friends! The palace was beautiful, all white marble and wooden doors and shutters that would be any interior designers dream. However, architecture just doesn't engage our teenagers for more than 3 minutes so they ended up chasing 2 chipmunks around the building ( very mature! ) whilst Toby and I oohed and ahhed at the monument, the ...

    Driving across the real India

    A travel blog entry by groversroving on Feb 25, 2015

    11 photos

    ... pieces and throws them in the direction of our captors. Bits of musli bar bounce off a big monkey. He turns slowly and like a scene from Monty pythons holly Grail, Ali is running back through the group yelling "run away, run away". Having regrouped a small distance from the scene of the battle and with no holly hand grenade of Antioch to disperse the black faced hoard, we ponder our next move. As a council of war forms, 3 independent travelers walk through our huddled group ...

    Into the blue

    A travel blog entry by meva on Dec 26, 2014

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    ... several others behind us struggled to make room for such a large vehicle between the steep rock walls on one side and the sudden drop-off to our left.

    At last we reached the Jain temple of Ranakpur where Vanessa preferred to wander around the outside of the temple while Laine completed a quick audio tour inside. It is one of the best known Jain temple complexes in India. We visited a Durrie-maker (rugs woven ...

    Till The Cows Come Home...

    A travel blog entry by shyam_t on Nov 01, 2014

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    ... fort's biggest claim to fame is that there were absolutely no touts or hawkers - a first for me in India - or anywhere really!

    It was past 2PM by now and we were all starving. Sham led us through the narrow winding up-and-down streets lined with blue buildings to what used to be a haveli (a private mansion) which was now a guest house. We had a marvellous lunch - some local specialties - gatta curry (a gram flour dumpling curry), lal maas (a red hot lamb curry ...