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Half day Tour to explore nearby villages of Jodhpur

Half day Tour to explore nearby villages of Jodhpur

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Khejarli Village

Khejarli is a mute witness to first document and one of the greatest green movement in India.Khejarli or Khejadli is a village in Jodhpur district of Rajasthan, India, 26 km south-east of the city of Jodhpur. The name of the town is derived from Khejri (Prosopis cineraria) trees, which were in abundance in the village. In this village 363 Bishnois, by Amrita Devi sacrificed their lives in 1730 AD while protecting green Khejri trees considered sacred by the community, by hugging to them, this incident is the first event of Chipko Movement in the recorded history


Guda Bishnoi

Discover a world of tribal color & rustic cultural grandeur on your on your tours to the Guda Bishnoi village located at a distance of 25.kilometers from the main jodhpur city.

Guda is scenic beauty marked with Khejri trees and deer. Also in the village is the guda bishnoi manmade lake, around the lake you can see numerous migratory birds like domicile, cranes etc, blackbucks and chinkaras. This pond is drinking point for the antelopes blackbucks and the migratory birds. This village is a kind of desert oasis. It is the perfect place to experience the tradition & customs of tribal life. It is a place caught in a delightful time wrap where life still goes on like the days od the past.

Singhasni (Muslim religion potter's village)


The village of singhasni is about 20 km south of jodhpur. It is a rural paradise where your cultural adventure would take place.

The village is famous for pottery, tourist can see people doing pottery. You can see the villagers creating amazing shapes out of mere lump of clay. The whole demonstration is like a magic, anywhere you look around, there is a evidence of a potters house as they use their pottery (esp. pots) in making internal walls. If you want you can be instructed by the tourist guide and craftsman on how to spin the wheel, from clay and set the pots out to dry. The drying pots resembles as if piles of cannonballs giving the entire view of a village like a battlefield.

Salawas (Weavers village)


Salawas is a land of magic carpets, a land where fantasy and reality joins forces to keep alive one of its most famous tradition; the durry( rugs).

Salawas is a small village 22 kms from Jodhpur & is famous for durries(rugs) made by local craftsman. The durry(rugs) weaved out of cotton or wool, spreads colourful tradition & heritage from its primitive form of weaving in the village of rajasthan. Maje your home a cozier place by adding to it the magical glamour of India with the colourful folklore of the dury.


Here we will take you to the famous Durry Udyogs, where you can buy and see how these rugs are being manufactured.

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