22 December 2013
From the top of Mehrangarh fort, one can see a beautiful
marble structure standing majestically opposite to a small lake. That is
Jaswant Thada, a memorial for Maharaja Jaswant Singh II. It is relatively new
structure built in 1899.
The building looks far from the fort but it is within a km
from the entrance of the fort. One can easily walk this distance.
|Inside the cenotaph|
The monument is built from thin and highly polished marble
which emit a glow when sun falls on its surface thus magnifying its beauty.
From outside, it looks more like a Temple than a cenotaph. This is also a
cremation ground of Jodhpur rulers.
In front of the cenotaph is a beautiful garden with heavily
A simple, clean and a nice place to visit in Jodhpur.
Labels: fort, Rajasthan, travel