A sleepy small village in the state of Rajasthan – Khejarla is not one of the tourist villages where abundant tourists visit. However that’s what makes it an ideal place with peace and serenity for those who wish to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city life. With simple people leading a simple way of life in Khejarla the villagers offer warm traditional hospitality to the visitors. Travel through the lanes here interacting with local villagers and learning about their culture and customs. Khejarla is one of the places in Rajasthan which offers the perfect experience of an authentic Indian village.
Sightseeing places in Khejarla
How to reach Khejarla
Fort Khejarla is marvelous heritage structure constructed in 1611 AD for Thakur Gopal Das Ji. It was a reward for his courage and bravery during the war against the Mughals. The fort is mounted atop granite boulder and looks like a rising building with the golden tint of the desert ambience. With the brilliant blend of past elegance and modern day amenities Khejarla Fort has opened its doors to the visitors to experience the grandeur of royals. The stunning red sandstone is a mesmerizing example of the Rajput architecture. Today the fort is known as one of the finest heritage hotels in the state and takes its guests back in the medieval times to have an experience of the lifetime. Restored with contemporary and luxurious facilities it retains its heritage touch giving it a fairy tale appearance.
Nearest airport to Khejarla is Jodhpur which is only 85kms away from here and takes approx 1 hr to reach.
Jodhpur is also the nearest railway station to visit Khejarla. Trains operating from Jodhpur connect it to main cities of the state and other parts of the country.
Khejarla can be reached by road from Jodhpur. Jodhpur has easy accessibility by road from all other major tourist cities of Rajasthan.