Picturesque Ranisar and Padamsar in Jodhpur

This article is about one of the beautiful and ancient cities of Rajasthan that I literally fell in love with. Tradition, culture or harshness of this heritage city, you must at least visit at least once to discover what Rajasthan holds more than the famous cities of Jaipur, Udaipur, and Pushkar. Let’s talk about Jodhpur.
Ranisar and Padamsar are two lakes adjacent to the lakes of the city of Jodhpur, located in the historic center near the Mehrangarh fort, near Fateh Pol, built to preserve natural water. These picturesque lakes were created to conserve water, as Jodhpur falls into a desert area where water is scarce. These lakes are also visible from the fort; Part of the fort is surrounded by these lakes. For travelers looking for a quiet and peaceful place to rest, Lake Ranisar offers great relief. This place is a big attraction, away from the hustle and bustle of the city, relatively quiet and picturesque. If you like hiking, the Rocky Mountains offer an adventure. One of Jodhpur’s most famous lakes, the locals love to swim or have fun, feel the wind in their hair and watch the birds gather on the lake. Visit with Jodhpur Car Rental to Ranisar Padamsar Lake and enjoy the calm and calm lake the development of the two lakes was commissioned by two different queens in the fifteenth century. Lake Ranisar was created by order of Queen Jasmade Hadi, wife of Rao Jodha, founder of Jodhpur. Lake Padamsar was created by Queen Padmini, daughter of Rana Sanga of Mewar. These lakes were built to conserve water in the desert region and are excellent examples of the ancient tradition of real women who oversee public water systems. They represent the classic water storage systems still present in this region. They are considered a constant source of water in the city.

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Hidden among lush trees and perched on the shores of the lake, Jaswant Thada is a monument that a tourist would want to miss in Jodhpur. Take a theoretical look at this beautiful mausoleum before planning your visit to Jodhpur.

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The mausoleum presents the magnificent marble sculpture, in particular, the work of jali (reticulum) of Indian artisans. Before entering the building, we take our time to examine the beautiful stone and jali (lattice) production.visit in “Jaswant Thada” with Luxury Metro Jodhpur Car Rental
Visitors can enter the cenotaph through a side door. Natural light enters the building through the beautiful jali, providing a soft light effect inside. The sunlight penetrates through the thin pieces of marble, creating a light effect on some parts of the wall. Deep green is applied to wooden doors and windows, which creates a beautiful contrast with the color scheme of the architecture. Back in the parking lot, we find a traditional musician.
From the Jaswant Thada car park, see the majestic Mehrangarh Fort.