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Culinary Delights of Jodhpur: A Foodie's Paradise

Jodhpur, known as the ‘City of Blue’ for its architecture, is also a place for mouthwatering, spice-blended with sweetness that kicks your taste buds. From sumptuous cuisine to local Jodhpur kachori, here is a place to try world-class cuisine. The Rajasthani cuisine is highly nutritious due to using millet, pulses, lentils, and legumes to replace the vegetables.

A caretaker sitting on his camel in the desert

Culinary Delights of Jodhpur: A Foodie's Paradise

Jodhpur, known as the ‘City of Blue’ for its architecture, is also a place for mouthwatering, spice-blended with sweetness that kicks your taste buds. From sumptuous cuisine to local Jodhpur kachori, here is a place to try world-class cuisine. The Rajasthani cuisine is highly nutritious due to using millet, pulses, lentils, and legumes to replace the vegetables.

A caretaker riding his camel through the desert

Culinary Delights of Jodhpur: A Foodie's Paradise

Jodhpur, known as the ‘City of Blue’ for its architecture, is also a place for mouthwatering, spice-blended with sweetness that kicks your taste buds. From sumptuous cuisine to local Jodhpur kachori, here is a place to try world-class cuisine. The Rajasthani cuisine is highly nutritious due to using millet, pulses, lentils, and legumes to replace the vegetables.

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A mughlai delicacy served alongside some flatbread

Jodhpur, known as the 'City of Blue' for its architecture, is also a place for mouthwatering, spice-blended with sweetness that kicks your taste buds. From sumptuous cuisine to local Jodhpur kachori, here is a place to try world-class cuisine. The Rajasthani cuisine is highly nutritious due to using millet, pulses, lentils, and legumes to replace the vegetables.

A view of the city from the city fort

Mehrangarh Fort, a grand testament to India's historical and cultural richness, has gained fame as an alluring backdrop for filmmakers aiming to encapsulate the desert state's essence. Let's explore a selection of remarkable films that have utilized Mehrangarh Fort's majestic charm to celebrate its beauty and heritage.

Artisans performing the local dance in the desert

Jaisalmer proudly stands as a testament to the valour, grandeur, and rich heritage of the Rajput rulers. The "Golden City '' of India, Jaisalmer, with its mesmerizing sandstone architecture, intricate havelis, and captivating culture, offers a timeless glimpse into Rajasthan's royal past.

Mehrangarh Fort at night under the stars

The desert is a place where you can experience starry nights and desert dreams. It is a place where you can find yourself, and lose yourself. It is a place where you can create memories that will last a lifetime.

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Nestled in the heart of India, Rajasthan, often referred to as the “Land of Kings,” boasts a heritage steeped in colour, vibrancy, and cultural richness. One of the most captivating facets of this heritage is the splendid array of Rajasthani folk dances, each a living testament to the state’s history, diversity, and the spirit of its people.

Camels resting alongside their caretakers in front of the tents at Manvar Resort and Desert Camp

When you think of a trip to Rajasthan, images of majestic forts and expansive deserts often come to mind. However, there’s a side to this vibrant state that’s equally captivating yet lesser known – the charming village walks. One such hidden gem is the village near Manvar, where you can immerse yourself in the heartwarming local culture and discover the essence of rural Rajasthan. 

View of Jaipur through a gap in the wall of a fort

Jaisalmer, the “Golden City,” is a treasure trove of history, culture, and natural beauty. While the city itself offers a plethora of captivating experiences, venturing beyond its borders unveils a world of enchanting nearby attractions. In this blog, we invite you to explore the breathtaking Sand Dunes, the serene Kuldhara Village, and the picturesque Gadisar Lake. 

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Jaisalmer, the “Golden City” of India, is renowned for its rich cultural heritage and vibrant markets. In this blog, we invite you on a virtual shopping spree, exploring the colourful markets of Jaisalmer and uncovering the remarkable handicrafts, textiles, and jewellery that make this city a shopper’s paradise.

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In the vast expanse of the Thar Desert, camels reign as the majestic “Ship of the Desert.” From transportation to trade, camels have been invaluable companions to desert-dwelling communities. In this blog, we delve into the significance of camels, exploring their role as the lifeblood of the desert and celebrating the unique bond between humans and these resilient animals.

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Embarking on a desert adventure is an exhilarating experience that pushes the boundaries of excitement and offers a unique perspective on nature’s raw beauty. In this blog, we explore the heart-pounding world of desert adventure sports, where adrenaline junkies can immerse themselves in activities like dune bashing, camel safaris, and quad-biking. 

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Welcome to the enchanting world of Rajasthan’s fashion heritage, where vibrant colours, intricate craftsmanship, and timeless elegance come together. Rajasthan, the land of majestic forts and rich cultural traditions, is renowned for its opulent fashion heritage. In this blog, we invite you to immerse yourself in the vibrant tapestry of Rajasthani fashion.

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Jaisalmer, the stunning golden city of Rajasthan, has captivated filmmakers from Bollywood and the international film industry. Its enchanting architecture, vibrant culture, and breathtaking landscapes have provided the perfect backdrop for numerous cinematic creations. Let’s explore the popularity of Jaisalmer as a filming location and some of the famous films shot in this mesmerizing city.

Artisans performing the local dance form

Nestled in the golden sands of Rajasthan, Jaisalmer is a city that exudes a rich cultural heritage. Beyond its magnificent architecture and picturesque landscapes, Jaisalmer is known for its vibrant festivals and captivating folklore. This blog takes you on a journey through the cultural extravaganza of Jaisalmer, where festivals come alive with fervour and folklore weaves tales of the past.

A camel walking through the desert during sunset

In the heart of the Thar Desert in Rajasthan, lies a hidden oasis of luxury and tranquillity known as Manvar a Luxury Desert Camp in Jaisalmer. Nestled amidst the golden dunes of Jaisalmer, this desert camp offers a unique opportunity to experience the magic of the desert while indulging in the comforts of a luxury retreat.

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Rajasthan is a thriving state renowned for its voluminous heritage, history, and culture. It is renowned for its palaces, forts, deserts, and vibrant bazaars. In Rajasthan, taking road trips is a common way to experience the state’s diversity and beauty. The MANVAR desert camp is one such rising-in-fame road trip site. 

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The city of Jaisalmer in Rajasthan, India, is known for its magnificent architectural marvels that stand as a testament to the rich cultural heritage and history of the region. In this blog, we will explore the architectural marvels of Jaisalmer and why they are a must-visit for any traveller visiting Rajasthan.
 

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The Thar Desert, also known as the Great Indian Desert, is one of the most fascinating places to explore in India. Covering an area of approximately 200,000 square kilometres, it is the world’s 17th largest desert and lies in the northwestern region of India.
 

Mehrangarh Fort at night under the stars

Jaisalmer, also known as the “Golden City,” is a city located in the westernmost part of the state of Rajasthan in India. It is a popular tourist destination known for its rich cultural heritage and unique architecture, which is reflected in the beautiful sandstone structures that dominate the landscape.

A herd of Indian Gazelles grazing in the desert

Despite the expectations that a desert does not harbour many living creatures, the Thar desert is an incredible place to experience scrub forest-type wildlife. This arid region is home to a variety of species that have adapted to the harsh conditions of the desert. In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at some of the wildlife you can expect to encounter on a safari around our desert camp near Jaisalmer.
 

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Despite the expectations that a desert does not harbour many living creatures, the Thar desert is an incredible place to experience scrub forest-type wildlife. This arid region is home to a variety of species that have adapted to the harsh conditions of the desert. In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at some of the wildlife you can expect to encounter on a safari around our desert camp near Jaisalmer.