Introduction of Rohetgarh
Rohetgarh is a remote, unspoilt and undiscovered village which is located in the desert region of Rajasthan. Rohetgarh is about 41 kms from Jodhpur.
Rohetgarh is positioned in the region of Marwar, and expresses a mystery of loyalty, valour, and battle. Rohetgarh is well-known for its heritage hotel, Rohet Garh. Some of the local people of Rohetgarh are the wandering Raika shepherds of Marwar; Bishnois; Paliwals and Meghwals.
Various migratory and domestic species of birds are found in Rohetgarh which includes chinkara, blackbuck etc. Common languages which are spoken here are Rajasthani, English and Hindi. September to March is the best season to visit this place.
History of Rohetgarh
Rohetgarh is a remote city which was the home of the descendants of the 16th century Rathore of the Champawat clan, Thakur Dalpat Singh I. In 1622 AD, the "Jagir" of Rohet was given to him by the Maharaja of Jodhpur, to appreciate him for his bravery in a battle. Rohet Garh was constructed by the generations of various kings, Rohet Garh is the heritage palace where the aristocratic values of the people are respected.
Tourist Attractions in Rohetgarh
One of the prominent tourist attractions in Rohetgarh is the Rohet Garh which is a famous Heritage Hotel in Rajasthan. From the beginning this hotel was a family home and hospitality is provided to the guest in a very pleasant way by the members of the erstwhile ruling family. The rooms of the hotel are elegantly furnished with all modern facilities. The drawing room has elaborately carved wooden ceiling, old photographs and traditional lamps.
In addition to all these, guests can interact with local people of Rohetgarh and know about their traditions and culture. Guests can enjoy the sight of the village artisans at work creating pottery, woven handicrafts and leather articles and also view the ceremonies of the people. Activities which can be enjoyed by the guest are jeep safari, horse safaris and camel safaris.