I am 35 and i have stayed in nine different places till now. So whenever someone asks me from where do i belong it becomes difficult to explain.Though that is a different topic altogether, growing up in different places gives you an opportunity to soak in the culture and environment of different places. Every place is different and has its own beauty. I must say that i have really cherished living in all those place. I will talk about one of these places a little bit.
I have stayed the most in Jodhpur ( around 10 years). The most i like about Jodhpur is that it is the perfect place where you will find modernization and also serenity and peace. It is a city with a population of around Mio which was even less when we lived in 1990s.I went there recently and to see the empty roads with very few vehicles is something unthinkable in Metros.It has wide roads and is very clean or cleaner than most of the places in India(You need to see the railway station).We can find rich cultural heritage and historical tourist places like Mehrangarh Fort and Umaid Palace.(Which happens to be one of the best hotels in the world) .
In Jodhpur you can relish spicy snacks such as Mirchi Bada & Pyaaz ki Kachodi, to name a few which you can’t find anywhere else.Also for main course you can try gulab jamun ki sabzi , taditional thali which is a treat for people who love spicy food.
Though it is quite hot in summers still the morning breeze is just awesome and it just rejuvenate you.Rain is few and far but when it rains it is refreshing to see how people come out and enjoy the rains.Winters are very cold and it is a good time to visit for the tourists.It is also a place where you can shop for traditional dresses such as Bandhej, Mojdi etc.
At last I can say that I have really enjoyed spending most of my childhood in Jodhpur, away from the hustle bustle of metros and would advice one should visit their once in their lifetime.