Heritage Walk from Maherangarh Fort to Clock Tower
Fascinating walk which uncovers four largely undiscovered areas of the old city - Bhrampuri, Nav Choukiya, Sarafa Baaar and Katla bazar. Brahmpuri is the settlement of the Brahmins; their blue houses are packed together along narrow streets. Other sites include historic temples and shrines as well as ponds and ancient wells which are still used today.
Nau Chokiya is a bustling square in the heart of the old city which has been a popular meeting place for many centuries. Local villagers in vibrant dress congregate here to find work, old men sip chai and play cards and the place is wonderful for people watching and photo opportunities. Gangshyam ji ka mandir is a lively temple dedicated to Lord Krishna.
You will explore so much the walk concludes at the famous Clock Tower where the famous cuisine from Jodhpur, including makhaniya lassi and mawe ki kachori can be tasted.
Walks are typically conducted in a small group in Winter mornings and are recommended for experiential and heritage travellers to Jodhpur.