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Rajput chieftain Rao Jodha founded the city of Jodhpur in the 15th century AD. Also known as the Blue City, Jodhpur features homes painted in shades of blue. The entire city is an intricate network of havelis, palaces, and temples, located in crisscrossing streets that are dotted with innumerable food stalls and bazaars. Shoppers will enjoy browsing through mountains of merchandise – everything from footwear and fabrics, to snuff and spices. Jodhpur’s majestic Mehrangarh Fort is an impressive monument that has been privately restored. Its museum displays a vast array of royal memorabilia, including about 15,000 items from Maharaja Gaj Singh II’s personal collection. Magnificent Umaid Bhawan Palace, completed in 1944, is one of the last grand palaces of India. While Jodhpur’s royal family still occupies a section of it, the rest of the Umaid Bhawan functions as one of the world’s most feted hotels. Here, guests are welcomed with the grandeur and grace of Rajput hospitality.