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Mandore Gardens, Jodhpur
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Admire the imperial architecture at Mandore Gardens, housing numerous temples and memorials. Chief among the garden's highlights, a set of royal cenotaphs honor those who ruled Jodhpur state, with the dark-red structures emanating a regal atmosphere. Dating back to the 17th and 18th century CE, the cenotaphs each have their own features, including pavilions, forechambers, sculpted arches, spires, and landscaped garden areas. Set on a rocky outcrop, the garden offers many pleasant vistas of the surrounding scenery. With our custom trip planner, Jodhpur attractions like Mandore Gardens can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • The cenotaphs and gardens are beautiful but the image of the normal India full of rubbish. The Museum paid is to be avoided, nothing interesting. Go your way.
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  • Instead of me describing the bad things just dont go. I wasted my time and effort there and too much walking as well. Not worth your time. Avoid. 
  • This place has amazing temple complex that has amazing architecture. Plenty of Monkeys freely roaming around and in the evening people feed them. 
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  • Beautiful garden with a strong historical touch. It houses beautiful flowers, prominently lotus, and you can spot some rare beautiful birds as well. The first half is not that clean but as you get closer to the main part of the garden it is very clean. There is a temple and museum as well inside the garden. Must visit if u in Jodhpur. The Garden has free entry for all.
  • A little known architectural jewel on the outskirts of Jodhpur. Mandore (मंडोर) formerly known as Mandavyapur (मांडव्यापुर) was the capital of the Kingdom of Marwar in early medieval times. The place is associated as the birthplace of Mandodari the queen of Ravana from the Ramayana. A fort seems to have existed in the location from as early as the 8th Century CE. Even after the capital shifted to Jodhpur in the 15th Century in the reign of Rao Jodha, Mandore remained important as the place for royal last rites and ancestor worship. Several cenotaphs stylised as temples exist at the cremation site of the kings of Marwar from the 16th Century onwards. The cenotaphs are richly decorated, the most lavish being that of Maharawal Ajit Singhji from the early 18th Century. The place also has a small government museum in the Zanana Bagh .
  • There only Ganesh ji temple and Shiv ji temple.. No extra ordinary structure construction
  • Mandore (Old name "Mandavyapur") has many temples and memorials, cenotaphs of many rulers of Jodhpur state like Maharaja Ajit Singh, the monument was built in 1793 Ravan's Chauri (The Marriage place) is at Mandore. Ravan's wife Mandodari was married here. Most of I visit here is the Temple of Brahmmani Mata. Hall of Heroes Devtaon ki Saal & Hindu statues of local gods & popular folk heroes of the region. It contains 16 figures carved out of a single rock. The Temple of Kala (Black) and Gora (White) Bheruji (The wild god, a form of Shiva) is worshipped here.
  • Mandor garden is really get a good experience Here's Beauty of garden and temples Mandor is home of ravan's wife Here is a small fort.but this fort are special.when we see this fort in inside it's look turned.the top is our floor and floor is our top.