Architecture of Mandore Garden
Mandore garden is popularly known for the dewals and cenotaphs which were built by the former rulers. Instead of following the typical style of Rajasthani Architecture these cenotaphs are built in the style of Hindu temples. There are four storeys, with fine columns and elegant spire, built in red sandstone. The most impressive among them is the dewal of Maharaja Ajit Singh. These cenotaphs are placed amongst the beautiful landscapes and the cenotaph of the Maharani is placed in the rocky outcrop of the hill.
The Hall of Heroes of the Mandore Garden is decorated with the statues of all the famous Rajput rulers and brave warriors, who stand as a reflection to the glorious past of Rajasthan. These statues are carved out of stone and painted in vibrant colours. Other than these, there is the shrine of the 300 Million Gods, with the brightly coloured images of the various Hindu Gods.
Visiting Information on Mandore Garden
The Mandore Garden is easily available via roadways and the local transport in Jodhpur. The nearest railway station is at a mere distance of 9.5 km from the garden and the Jodhpur Airport is at a distance of 12 km from the Mandore Garden.
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