Jodhpur is dominated by the magistral Menhrangarh Fort that towers 120 meters above the city. This larger than life structure is really just one big piece of history. The museum houses in the former living quarters of the palace, an impressive network of courtyards and halls in the style of the Rajputs. Many of the decorations are so finely carved, that it looks more like carved wood than sandstone. Inside there are galleries with textiles, drawings, manuscripts and paintings. Make sure you walk around the ramparts and take a look at the antique canons and artillery.
The old town of Jodhpur consists of winding old streets lined with blue houses. Initially, the blue colour was used to signify the homes of the Brahmin, but later on other people started doing the same.