Blue Hues: Jodhpur
Imagine the color blue as far as the eye can see, and nope, we are not talking about an ocean. Jodhpur, also known as the Blue City, is one of India’s most common visited cities due to it unending beauty and unbelievably stunning historical architecture.
The “Blue City” features what seems like infinite miles of bright blue buildings in the old city area, before it expanded past the original walls.
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Jodhpur is famous for it’s delicious and enchanting food. The city boasts a certain sweet tooth, with a well known shop called “Jodhpur Sweets” existing in cities all over India.
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This breathtaking place is home to many traditional Indian temples, forts and palaces, including the Mehrangarh Fort, set in the middle of the Thar Desert.
This city has become so popular, being one of the most photographed areas in the Indian State of Rajasthan.
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Written by Aubrey Rojas