Came back to Zostel, rested a while and than went to the Stepwell Cafe. It is located at the stepwell which is known by the name of Toorji Ka Jhalra by the locals. People visit this cafe as it gives an bird eye view of the Stepwell. Cool place to hang out. Also provide you with an amazing view of the Mehrangarh fort. It looks amazing during night when the lights of the fort are turned on.
Toorji Ka Jhalra: A hidden gem in Jodhpur, Toorji ka Jhalra is still unknown to many tourists travelling to jodhpur. The legend says that the stepwell was built by a queen, consort of Maharaja Abhaya Singh in 1740.
Time to go Toorji ka jhalra stepwell which is walking distance from Ghantaghar market back darwaza.Dont waste money on auto just ask any local or use google map to go there.It was built in Jodhpur the 1740s by a Queen, Maharaja Abhay Singh’s Consort, continuing an age old tradition that Royal women would build public water works.Its very deep so watch your steps when you climb down or take photograph.There are so many roof top cafe around step well and you can visit during night to see the night view of Fort but as a local person i would like to mention that their food is not so good and adapted according to foreigners.
There is ancient Baoli which has dried now but was used in ancient times to store and conserve water. The Toorji ka jhalara was constructed in 1740s by Maharaja Abhay Singh’s Consort. Carved with Jodhpur’s famous rose-red sandstone steep well includes intricate carvings of dancing elephants, medieval lions, and cow water-spouts.