A Royal voyage- Vintage Cars in Ajit Bhawan Jodhpur

Jodhpur is the city of royals and there’s one thing that adds to the grandeur of the city, and makes it even more fascinating is the fleet of Royal Vintage cars in the city.


Fleet of Vintage Cars at Ajit Bhawan

Isn’t it the sight of a life time when all the vintage cars in Jodhpur crawl out of their spaces and are displayed in full splendor. Every year at the Vintage car Rally, they are lined up at the Umaid Bhavan, with their occupants and then drive down to the Polo Grounds followed by the grand welcome with much fanfare and commentary.


Vintage car ready to welcome guests at Ajit Bhawan

That’s the moment one can cherish once in a year, but there’s this one place in Jodhpur- Ajit Bhawan Palace, which has its own fleet of royal, classic vintage cars ! For all the Vintage and Classic Car Lovers from Around the Globe, the Palace of Ajit Bhawan reserves a special experience on your trip to Jodhpur; it is the “Vintage and Classic Car Collection” of Ajit Bhawan, Jodhpur.  The Collection includes more than a dozen of splendid vintage cars.

You can also enjoy a ride of the Jodhpur City in these vintage cars and taste the royalty. Whether you call them “classic” or “antique,” these cars that are over 20 years old tend to have a special place in the hearts of people all over the world. Don’t you think these classic cars, and for whatever reason, are just amazing and turns one passionate for their makes, models, and styles. You’ll find alluring colors, robust builds and intriguing details in each of these marvelous beauties.

Vintage Car Drive

Just as you are fancying right now, plan a trip to Jodhpur and take an exhilarating drive through the enchanting city of Jodhpur in a classic vintage car accompanied by your royal butler.




Tourist Places to visit in Jodhpur on World Tourism Day


Vintage Car Drive

The World Tourism Day is commended on September 27 every year since 1980. The day aims to foster awareness among the international community of the importance of tourism and its social, cultural, political and economic values. It is marked with special cultural programmes and events across the world and so in Jodhpur!


The sun kissed city of Jodhpur has a wonderful history behind it. Jodhpur is dotted with rich tourism attractions like soaring forts and palaces shimmering in sandstone. The narrow lanes on the other side lead to an alluring world of antiques and handicrafts to offer a complete experience of this great city to the tourists!  Jodhpur, where history breathed and lived is one of the most vibrant places to make the most of World Tourism Day in Rajasthan! Here we have a list of few places to be visited by tourists in Jodhpur. In addition, there are also some marvelous tourism sites in Jodhpur that offer free entry to the tourists on World Tourism Day!

  1. Mehrangarh Fort Museum

With its spread out expanse, it prides to be one of the largest forts across the country. The breathtaking history, well-preserved heritage and impressive architecture of this fort make it the face of Jodhpur on national as well as global platform.

Mehrangarh Fort

  1. Jaswant Thada

The milky white marble complex features some beautiful portraits of the erstwhile rulers of Jodhpur and a memorial of the peacock that flew into a funeral pyre. Magnificently carved gazebos, an exquisite multi-tiered garden and a tiny lake surround this admirable cremation ground.


  1. Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park

This Desert Rock Park was developed in the year 2006, with the aim to restore the natural ecology of a large rocky wasteland area next to the Fort. The Park extends across 70 hectares of rehabilitated land and has a walking trail. It’s interesting to explore at different times of the year, as its foliage changes with the seasons.



  1. Government Museum

Visit this Museum on World Tourism Day for free to see a unique display of the rich collection of weapons, textiles, miniature portraits, local crafts and images of Jain sages. A visit to this popular museum is a must if you are a connoisseur of history and archaeology.


  1. Umaid garden Zoo

Meet the exotic African and Australian birds. Watch rabbits and ducks play among them in natural habitat as you visit the ‘Walk-in Aviary’ at the Umed Garden Zoo. You must pay a visit to this place if you are travelling with kids.

  1. Jai Pol

A handsome section of the mighty Mehrangarh Fort, Jai Pol is a massive gateway, constructed as a victory memorial. It is one of the seven entrances of the impressive citadel that is set atop a hillock. Even today, some cannon ball scars formed during the battle can be seen around the Pol, which are testimony of Jodhpur’s gallant history.


  1. Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum

Visit the Umaid Bhawan Palace’s museum to admire the magnificence of erstwhile royalty through royal artifacts and armour, old clocks, glassware and other miniatures that are on display.



  1. Clock Tower

The Clock Tower, also popular as Ghanta Ghar , is a prominant landmark in the Old City of Jodhpur. Bazaar surrounding Clock Tower is a hub of shopping with more than a thousand small shops that sell a variety of products at quite a reasonable price. This bustling market is popular for selling spices, handicrafts, tea, sweets, jewellery and what not :).


Nevertheless, music, food, art and language too blend perfectly to give one a sprightly experience of Marwar in Jodhpur!  As the World Tourism Day is approaching, , Ajit Bhawan invites you to soak in the regalia of this bustling Blue City!



Village Safari- A Day with the People of Rural Marwar


The weather is fine and thanks to the monsoon rain that has made everything to blush and blossom everywhere in Jodhpur! So how about ditching all those conventional weekend chores and go for a thrilling Jeep safari to explore the rural lifestyle of Marwar in this pleasant weather?

The Bishnoi village safari on private jeep of Ajit Bhawan gives an opportunity to meet native people and learn the skills of indigenous artists residing in the village.


It’s the morning Jeep safari that takes our guests to the Bishnoi Village of Marwar region for a close look into the Rajasthani Desert Life!

Unlike the never ending sand dunes of Jaisalmer, this particular region of Jodhpur has dry scrub, and is full of mini settlements which are called ‘Dhani’. People in these Dhanis are indulged in livestock rearing, earthen pottery making, farming, weaving durries/carpets and other activities for living. During the Village Jeep Safari you also get to meet the Bishnois. They are the “world’s oldest environmentalists”, who hold trees and animal life sacred.

The Jeep Safari also takes you to the Desert wildlife of Jodhpur, which is also a very interesting and intriguing part of the rural Marwar. During winter, between November and February, the migratory winter birds arrive here in thousands to offer an awe inspiring experience to the spectators. It is recommended that you bring your binoculars.


Nevertheless, the scenic beauty of the village marked with khejri trees, natural lake and deer makes your village safari even more adventurous and exciting.

img_9770img_9852Birds in Jodhpur

So wait no more, and book your holiday with Ajit Bhawan to see the rustic and rural lifestyle of Rajasthan’s Marwar. And retire in your ultra lavish suite at Ajit Bhawan, Jodhpur!

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