Located 91 km away from Jodhpur, Bhadrajun village is noted for Bhadrajun Fort, constructed strategically on a hill and protected by an enclosed horse-shoe shaped valley with only one entry. Its pale yellow walls and stained glass windows transport you to a different time. With a rich and colourful history that speaks greatly of Marwar kings, the fort is a testament to the wealth and opulence of the Marwar dynasty. The fort has now been converted into a heritage hotel that combines contemporary facilities with the splendour of the medieval period, giving guests the opportunity to live like the royals of India during their stay.

The fort is presently owned by Ratan Singh Rathore, son of Maharaja Maldeo, the 16th successor of Marwar Ranas.

It is said that the existence of the village of Bhadrajun can be traced back to the Mahabharata era (almost 5,000 years ago), and its name alludes to Subhadra (Lord Krishna's sister) and her husband Arjun (the third among the Pandava brothers), who ran away from Dwarka, a Hindu pilgrimage site, as advised by Lord Krishna.

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