Mehrangarh Fort is one of the largest forts in Jodhpur that is popular all over the world. With its unique architecture, this tomb has gained lots of prominence from the visitors. It depicts the royal structure of bygone era which holds power to draws the attention of the tourists. Located about five kilometres away in a hill in the outskirts of Jodhpur city, this fort has a width of 21 metres. Further, there are various palaces inside the fort with a unique significance. The fort is open to visitors from 9 am to 5 pm.
The Mehrangarh Museum Trust was established in March 1972 by Maharaja Gaj Singh II with the prime objective of setting out-of-world class museum in Jodhpur. The main intention behind the construction of this museum is to display the Maharaja's generous collections; of miniature paintings, portraits, books and manuscripts, weapons, textiles and tents, elephant howdahs and palanquins, and various objects of art.
As far as modification is concerned, new dimensions have been added to the museum. The Mehrangarh Museum demonstrates number of objects in fourteen display rooms. The museum also consists of four period rooms.
Several displays are being constantly contrasting with due modification of lighting, the chart of visitors. Besides it, the Museum has participated in various international exhibitions all over the world, including the Festival of India in America in 1985. It displays the rich heritage of Marwar that has attracted numerous scholars and researchers of various different fields, to Jodhpur.