Overview : Jogi Mahal
Jogi Mahal is referred to as one of the places in Rajasthan where tigers used to rule. This is because of its close proximity to the hub of tigers – Ranthambore National Park. The Mahal is located at a distance of 500 meters from the Ranthambore Fort. It is considered as one of the oldest heritage buildings in exanse of Ranthambore. The Mahal made its way as a hunting resort for the royal families. The royal family used to spend some time at the Jogi Mahal in the course of their hunting expedition to the nearby forests of Ranthambore.
Despite being a hunting lodge in the middle of the woods, it had been fashioned in the typical Indian style. The unique design features and architecture of the Taj Mahal will undoubtedly wow visitors. It is surrounded by a lovely setting that includes India’s second largest banyan tree and a pristine lake.
Tourists nowadays like to spend time at this Mahal to rest in the middle of their Ranthambore trip. The availability of food and water at this location makes it more appealing to travellers, and spending some time here will undoubtedly refresh your souls, as it has done for royal families for centuries. As a representation of Rajasthani architecture and complex embellishments, the Mahal bears witness to the remarkable age-old traditions of the royal family of Rajasthan.