Mandore Garden: Beautiful Royal Garden in Jodhpur City many royal cenotaphs (Chattris) of former rulers – each has a small sign to tell who the tomb belongs to.
The complex has temples, memorials, and a smaller museum as well, all surrounded by beautifully manicured green lawn, planted trees, and a lot of monkeys.
Famous for its wide greenery expanses and exquisite architectural view Mandore Garden of Jodhpur is indeed a sight to behold.
The Mandore garden is the only thing that remained from the once-great capital, Mandore. It lost its significance after the maharajahs moved their capital to the more defendable hilltop of Jodhpur.
The mandore garden is not a much tourist spot, more like the hangout place for local families and dating couples. It is slightly off the beaten track, so you’ll see hardly any international travelers around but you can see the local and Indian National travelers.
Mandore Garden is well worth checking out if you were in the neighborhood of Jodhpur or planning to visit Jodhpur City, so give it a go!