Bishnoi Village Safari

Duration : Full Day ( 08 to 10 Hours )

Bishnoi Village Safari

After Arrival In Jodhpur You Will Be Received By Our Representative At Your Desired Place In Jodhpur And Further Drive Straight For Excursion Tour To Bishnoi Village Safari

The Bishnoi’s are an eco Friendly sect of Hindu religion, it is one of the different community of Rajasthan who are famous for their rich cultural Rajasthani Life and there true love for nature and animals. Bishnoi Village Safari is the organization started by Rajas and Maharaja`s of Jodhpur to show that Indian and foreign guest a glimpse of rich cultural life around their state of Marwar, A True Rajasthan. Located just at a distance of 22 km from Jodhpur city, the villagers of Bishnoi are basically hardcore worshippers of nature. The major reason for its popularity is the unique cultural and rich heritage aspects of the state. Bishnoi Village is the ideal location of Jodhpur Rajasthan`s rich heritage, culture, customs, traditions and hospitality. With rural surroundings, it is a heaven of peace and tranquility. It offers the perfect gateway to meet your holiday requirement. We organize full day and half day safaris at very reasonable cost and in some ways give our sincere efforts to help the poor and needy local people in this water scarce region.

Explore Bishnoi Village Safari

With Jodhpur Taxi Cab

The details of major tourist spots in Bishnoi Village Safari which are featured in our full day sightseeing tour are given below.

Guda bishnoi village

Here you can watch wild animals in there natural habitats, many species of desert animals are found there some of them our Antelopes, Gazelle, Dumessille Crane, Rabbits, Blue Bulls, Migrated Birds, Peacocks etc and where you can visit to families of shepherds people. See how shepherds live in traditional way and only working with animals like goat, ship, Camel etc…….

Kakani village

block printing and potters village Where you will see how people do print by hand on fabrics and know how people make pottery. tourists can see people doing pottery, if you want you can also try pottery, We will completely demonstrate the way people here do pottery and will also help you in doing same.

Khejarli village

Khejarli is the name of the town is derived from Khejri trees that were once abundant in the village. In this village 363 Bishnois sacrificed their lives in 1731 AD while protecting green Khejri that are considered sacred by the community. The incident was a forebear of the 20th-century Chipko Movement Khejarli was the site of a forebear of the Chipko movement. In September 1731, a royal party led by Giridhar Bhandari, a minister of the maharajah of Marwar, arrived at the village with the intention of felling some Khejri trees that were sacred to the villagers. The trees were to be burned to produce lime for the construction of a new palace.

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