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Phalodi Tours

Phalodi - Rajasthan
Between Jaisalmer and Bikaner

Known for
Heavy woolen fibre 'Pattu” and Havelis


Best time to visit
October to Febraury

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About Phalodi
Situated in between Jodhpur and Jaisalmer district, Phalodi. The city is well known for salt business, old historical presence, temples and the art works. Here a lot of migratory birds gather. Watching them circle in noisy, undulating formations overhead, or stepping gingerly across the sands, has to be one of the great spectacles of the Thar region. A small village worth visiting.

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Getting There
Air : Daily flights to Jodhpur, which is 135 kms away.

Rail : Daily overnight trains from Delhi, Jodhpur, Jaipur and Jaisalmer, the railway station is 1.5 kms away.

Road : Well connected road network from Delhi, Mumbai, Bikaner, Nagaur and Jodhpur.

Major attractions in Phalodi
Lal Niwas : Lal Niwas built in 1750 is embellished with plethora of masons- (residential places of the affluent people)- a masterpiece in itself. As the name suggests the Haveli was completely built out of red sandstone. It was like a small palace that has been prudently restored. The interiors were just magnificent - artifacts on the wall, splendid chandeliers with cut work glass, the arms / weapons and lather opium boxes, that take you back to the Rajwaras.

Nimaj Tours

Nimaj - Rajasthan
Village Sangawas, District Pali, Rajasthan.

Known for
Miniature paintings and temples.


Best time to visit
September to March

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About Nimaj
Nimaj was a Jagidari, or a principality, under the Kingdom of Marwar, the rulers of Jodhpur. It is managed by the Rathore family and their two sons and daughter in-law. This charming family, very hospitable, and an ocean of knowledge on local history and legends. Chattra Sagar, the district where Nimaj is located, is the home of the Seervi Tribe, a tribe very similar to the better-known Bishnois. There is an enormous man made lake, a haven for water birds, also enjoy traditional Rajasthani meals that will be served with farm fresh organically grown vegetables.

Getting There
Air : Airport is 110 kms away.

Rail: Railhead is 95 kms away.

Road : Nimaj is well connected to other parts of the state and rest of the country.

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Major attractions in Nimaj
Temples : Nimaj boasts of a temple built in 9th century. It was dedicated to goddess Ma Durga. It also covers a unique art gallery showcasing some masterpieces of sculptural art, adorned within natural surroundings so as to provide an authentic ambiance.

The Nimaj fort : The fort of Nimaj was built in 1733 by the valiant ruler- Thakur Jagram Singh. Situated in the heart of the town, it is a massive structure built in traditional Rajput style with courtyards and separate wings for men & women. The little township is surrounded by places of historical interest, like the 9th century temple Magar Mandi, 3 kms away.


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Jaisalmer | Mount Abu| Pushkar | Ranthambore | Sariska Tiger Reserve | Barmer-Mandawa | Phalodi-Nimaz

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