India Virtual Reality Tours
360° virtual reality photos will take you to Forts, Palaces and Exotic Places.
Also into simple villages where animals are still being used to draw water from old wells.
How it Works:
Open up one of the VR Photos to start your tour. Use your
mouse click and drag the photo in any direction and the mouse wheel to zoom in and out.
You will see some hotspots (red dots) (green dots) the red
ones will take you to that location, green ones open close-up photos.
At the bottom of the VR Photo is a control bar with buttons,
the buttons will give you more control.
It is recommended that you click on the
full screen button, and switch to high quality for the best views.
360° Virtual Reality Tours
Explore Jodhpur in 360° Virtual Reality where the views almost come alive as you rotate 360°
around viewing in any direction, and even zoom in for closer details.
Here you can travel around this popular tourist destination, featuring many palaces,
forts and temples, set in the stark landscape of the Thar desert.
The Mehrangarh Fort stands a lofty one hundred feet in splendour on a perpendicular cliff,
four hundred feet above the sky line of Jodhpur, and is enclosed
by imposing thick red sand stone walls. Inside its boundaries there are several palaces,
which are known for their intricate carvings and sprawling courtyards.
Clock Tower & Sadar Market.
The Clock Tower is a popular landmark in the old city. The vibrant Sadar Market is close to
the tower and narrow alleys lead from here to bazaars selling vegetables, spice,
Indian sweets, textiles, silver and handicrafts. It's a great place to ramble around at leisure.
Counted as one of the major tourist attractions in
Jodhpur, Jaswant Thada is a royal cenotaph.
The sheets of marble are thinly sliced and polished. The surface of the place emits a warm
glow when sun rays strike the polished stone walls. You will be amazed to see the marble
latticework done on the cenotaph which brings about the genius of the carver.
Umaid Bhawan Palace.
An impressive and magnificent
golden–yellow sandstone palace in the heart of the desert
capital of Jodhpur. this was the last of India’s great palaces and was one of
the largest private residences in the world. A part of the palace
is still the residence of the royal family and anther section
houses a museum displaying a range of antiques from
Jodhpur’s royal past.
Chamunda Devi Temple.
The temple is situated in the southern end of the Mehrangarh Fort located on a hill top in Jodhpur.
People in Jodhpur believe that Goddess Chamunda is their guarding deity.
Pilgrims coming here tie a piece of cloth or thread to a trident in the temple in
the hope that the goddess will answer their prayers.
The Blue City.
From the ramparts and many points of the fort, you can view
the city spread out before you with the majority of the buildings painted in a light
blue color. These blue pigmented houses were initially built to be occupied by the
Brahmins (the highest caste in the Indian caste system) but now even non Brahmins
use the pigment to paint their homes.
Hill Top Temple.
High up on a hilltop behind the Mehrangarh Fort is Red flag
fluttering over a Hindu Temple. From here you can see the surrounding countryside
and almost all of Jodhpur, with the use of virtual reality you can travel to many
places in Jodhpur from this location.